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Yearly Archives: 2009

I just posted my new classes and workshop schedule for the next few months. The winter and spring classes that I will be teaching are designed to push you to the next level. They are designed to make you work on projects, look where you photography is going and in the end produce photographs that […]

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It’s that time of the year when you start your holiday shopping and I thought I would give you some ideas to make your holidays more photographic. So here is some of the thing I would like to add to my gear bag. Canon’s 17mm and 24mm Tilt-shift lens I had a chance to play […]

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On our way back from Zion National Park my buddy Jeff and I decided to stop at a state park called “Snow Canyon”. It’s not far outside Zion and a little over two hours outside Las Vegas. When we arrived at the park we wished we had gotten there earlier and had more time to […]

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There is a special place inside Zion National Park called the “Virgin Narrows”. It is an unique spot to walk, experience and photograph. You have to take a shuttle to the back of the valley most times of the year and then hike a mile to get to the start of the real trailhead. The […]

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Landscape photography has to be a passion of most photographer when they start taking pictures, and I can be counted among them. I feel as if I am on a safari stalking that great image. I feel a thrill when I am at my computer an see those first images pop up on my computer […]

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In the digital age, we have many options for manipulating our photographs at the tips of our fingers. A beautiful black and white photograph is more than a color image converted to grayscale with a software mouse click or camera switch, however. A black and white photograph begins before you activate the camera’s shutter.

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In the digital age, we have many options for manipulating our photographs at the tips of our fingers. A beautiful black and white photograph is more than a color image converted to grayscale with a software mouse click or camera switch, however. A black and white photograph begins before you activate the camera’s shutter.

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