Archive for September, 2013

October Desktop Wallpaper / Here Comes the Sun

On our trip to Missoula last month Aiofe and I stopped in Glacier National Park twice.  On our first stay there we arrived at the St. Mary’s entrance pretty late and so we weren’t able to get a campsite.  Sleeping in the car isn’t so bad unless you can’t recline your seats due to your car […]

35 and Alive / Glacier National Park

On our way back from Missoula we spent another trip out in Glacier National Park.  When I’m surrounded by nature I feel alive.  I spent my 35th birthday photographing Glacier National Park, hiking in the woods, sleeping in a tent, making breakfast  from a propane stove and spending time with my beautiful wife and soul […]

The Secret to Photographing Waves / Matt Kloskowski

Have you ever thought about the proper techniques when photographing waves in motion?  Matt Kloskowski gives a couple valuable techniques to help you capture a great wave/beach shot.  Click on the image or here to read more. Matt is a full-time Education Director for Kelby Media Group and a Tampa-based photographer.  He’s the Editor of Lightroom Magazine and teaches Photoshop […]

Go Big or Go Home / Glacier National Park

I’ve visited Glacier National Park a few times.  Each time I go I come back breathless.  This past weekend on the way to Missoula we drove the Going to the Sun highway from the St. Mary’s entrance.  I’ll be in Missoula for a week long photography workshop. If you ever needed an excuse to have a […]

September Desktop Wallpaper / Stand by Me

My good friend Dave and I headed out to the Crowsnest Pass area about a month ago and I just finally got a chance to review the images.  Dave is a great night photographer and often has great ideas for me.  For instance, I left my cable release at home.  A good cable release / […]

Photos of Burning Man 2013

In case you weren’t aware of the Burning Man Festival, it’s an annual festival where an estimated 68,000 people gather at the playa of Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.  The massive pilgrimage of people form a temporary city for a few days.  People attend from all walks of life and all parts of the world to […]

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