Month: January 2018

Loving Our Parks To Death

Loving Our Parks To Death

A couple of recent announcements has once again brought to the forefront how much we are loving our National Parks and other scenic areas to death and causing our government to step in and try to manage the situation. First was an announcement a few weeks ago about the ban on using tripods in Zion … Continue reading Loving Our Parks To Death

What’s Right With The World

What’s Right With The World

I recently came across a talk from a former National Geographic photographer, Dewitt Jones.  His views and learnings through life come together in an amazing Tedx talk in South Lake Tahoe. As a photographer, I've realized and been extremely thankful for the way that photography has helped to reshape the way I see the world. … Continue reading What’s Right With The World

Preserve memories by printing your photographs

Preserve memories by printing your photographs

I just wrote a recent post about how I create a book each year with the best of my images from the previous year.  It's a way for me to preserve and reflect on what I've accomplished, and, it's a way for me to evaluate and learn from the year and strive to be better … Continue reading Preserve memories by printing your photographs

End of Year Photography Workflow

End of Year Photography Workflow

At the end of each year and the beginning of the new, I tackle the backlog of images I captured during the year.  My goal is to extract the best shots to process and share and then eventually combine in to a curated collection of images in a printed book. I shoot anywhere between 3000-8000 … Continue reading End of Year Photography Workflow