I love shooting in the Palouse area of Eastern Washington. There is so much variety and creative possibilities. However, there is one thing that I really look forward to shooting and when i see something, I get excited, maybe giddy, with the possibilities.....that is the plethora of natural abstracts in the wheat fields. I use … Continue reading Natural Abstracts
Wide open vistas, historical sights, interesting bits of Americana, down to earth people....what more could you want in a photographic experience? The Palouse area of Eastern Washington provides all of that and more and it is a Mecca for photographers wanting to capture a slice of this amazing landscape. This area is the largest … Continue reading Photographing the Palouse area
We just released our latest episode of our landscape and nature photography podcast, called We Talk Photo. In this episode my co-host Jack Graham and I discuss some breaking photography news, safety outdoors and then do a deep dive in to our workflows for image processing. Post-Processing is unique to each photographer and we're not … Continue reading Podcast Episode 9 – Image Post Processing Workflow
Since its beginning, enthusiasm for Nature Photography Day continues to grow worldwide. Each year, June 15 is designated by the North America Nature Photography Association (NANPA) to promote the enjoyment of nature photography, and to explain how images are used to advance the cause of conservation and protect plants, wildlife, and landscapes locally and worldwide. NANPA … Continue reading Nature Photography Day – June 15th
I'm always looking for more efficiency and effectiveness from my gear, so I'm always on the look out for gadgets or hacks that I can use to make my photographic life a bit easier or more effective. One challenge I've had since acquiring the Fujifilm GFX Medium Format camera system, is what to do about … Continue reading Charge GFX camera batteries on the go!
Our latest podcast was just released this morning. In it we discuss a wide range of topics in this podcast, touching on how to be creative in a popular location with tons of tourists and photographers, are tripods really necessary any longer and some recent news shaking up the camera industry. Plus, a lively discussion from … Continue reading Photography Podcast – Spring Tulips
Spring has sprung here in Oregon. YAY! I gotta admit, I have grown tired of the grey and wet weather (but hey, that's what makes this place so green!)We are fortunate in this area to have some amazing flower farms that provides a huge variety of color, texture and pattern to shoot throughout the year. … Continue reading Spring Photography – Tulips