I recently joined Jack Graham Photography to teach a photo workshop on Whidbey Island Washington, focused on monochrome images capturing "Americana" of the island. The workshop was run in conjunction with the Pacific Northwest Art School in the picturesque town of Coupeville. So what is "Americana"? Well according to Wikipedia...."Americana is a collective … Continue reading Whidbey Island Monochrome Americana Photo Workshop
Whenever Fall rolls around and the leaves begin changing their color, I make plans for visiting several locations around my area to photograph the color. This year was no exception and I made several trips to capture what I feel was a “average” year for Fall colors. The mixture of temperature change, and, period of … Continue reading Fall Colors in Silver Falls State Park
I've been a long time Fuji X camera system aficionado, from the X-T1, X-E1, X-T2 and most recently the newly released X-T3. I've loved these cameras since they came out. The ergonomics, the logic for how the functions are laid out and most importantly, the incredible image quality that comes out of these cameras. Even … Continue reading Why a Fujifilm GFX?
Jack Graham and myself led a successful workshop to Katmai National Park in Alaska to photograph the amazing Alaskan Brown Bear (grizzly) in it's natural habitat. I put together a short video with highlights from our workshop. Check it out here If you want to check out the video from 2017, you can see that … Continue reading Katmai Photo Workshop Video 2018
If you follow any mirrorless camera news, you may have heard that Fujifilm released a new camera last week, called the X-H1. It's a fantastic addition to the X line and brings some long awaited technology as well. The biggest news about the camera is that it is the first of the X cameras to … Continue reading Fujifilm X-H1
Yes folks its that time of year when the days get shorter and the summer gives way to Fall. Cooler temps, occasional rain and most importantly, the changing of color of the leaves on the trees before they drop to the ground. Fall is without a doubt my favorite time of year to shoot. Perhaps … Continue reading Shooting Fall Foliage
If you haven't read the adventures of our Alaska trip to photograph the brown bears feeding on salmon as well as amazing landscapes, please read my previous posts. I thought I'd give a few parting thoughts about the gear I took on this adventure and what I used, and didn't use, on the trip. … Continue reading Alaska Photo Workshop – Thoughts on Gear