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What's Wrong With This Picture?

November 16, 2017
As a landscape photographer my number one objective is to convey the beauty of a place and show what the world has to offer. Sometimes that is easily accomplished. If the...
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A Must Have for Your Photo Bag. And It's Free!

October 12, 2017
I routinely stay in hotels during workshops, photography trips and even family vacations. As soon as I enter the room I head straight to the bathroom. No, not because I d...
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Iceland Workshop Recap

September 30, 2017
Iceland. The land of fire and ice. Or as I like to say, "the land of fire, ice, waterfalls, rainbows, unpredictable weather and arctic char". This year Iceland threw more...
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Tripod Tip

August 29, 2017
As a landscape photographer my tripod gets put into some harsh conditions. Water, snow, sand, mud and dirt. You name it it has probably been put into it. Yes, even poo...
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Palouse Workshop Recap

August 15, 2017
The Palouse region of Washington offers a wide range of photographic opportunities. From colorful barns, rolling wheat fields and crumbling structures to the patterns and...
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ECCP: Explore | Compose | Capture | Publish

June 25, 2017
People often hear photographers talk about workflow. Most of the time this is referencing "digital" workflow or the steps, settings, processing techniques and file catalo...
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Waterholes Canyon. A Hidden Gem?

April 26, 2017
Have you ever heard of Antelope Canyon? How about Horseshoe Bend or Lake Powell? If you are a landscape photographer these landmarks are well known and are some of the mo...
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Sleeklens Lightroom Presets Review

March 29, 2017
Who doesn't like presets? They can help speed up your workflow. They can provide endless inspiration. Or, they can just make processing images fun. I was recently invited...
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Death Valley Workshop Recap

March 14, 2017
Death Valley National Park in California typically lives up to it name. With an average rainfall of around 2" and average temperatures of 116 degrees in the summer, very...
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Try Something New

January 23, 2017
When I first started my photography endeavor, I reached out to a local group that was providing professional pet portraits in order to help get the pets adopted. They see...
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