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Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 3

Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 3

Once again Jack Graham and I led a fantastic photography workshop to Alaska to photograph the grizzly bears in their natural habitat in Katmai National Park.  We have done this for several years now and each year has been special and memorable to every one of our attendees.  It is a bucket list item for … Continue reading Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 3

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Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 2

Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 2

Once again Jack Graham and I led a fantastic photography workshop to Alaska to photograph the grizzly bears in their natural habitat in Katmai National Park.  We have done this for several years now and each year has been special and memorable to every one of our attendees.  It is a bucket list item for … Continue reading Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 2

New Podcast Episode – Interview with Mike Moats

New Podcast Episode – Interview with Mike Moats

We released our latest podcast episode on We Talk Photo.  In this episode we interview Mike Moats who is an incredible macro and close-up photographer. Mike Moats is an international award-winning, professional macro photographer from Sterling Heights, Michigan. Mike’s love of photography, which started out as a hobby in 2001, has since evolved into a … Continue reading New Podcast Episode – Interview with Mike Moats

New Podcast Episode – We Talk Photo

New Podcast Episode – We Talk Photo

We just released our latest podcast episode on the We Talk Photo podcast.  This is our 12th episode and we're going strong. In this episode we, Jack Graham and myself,  talk about the importance of monitoring and being able to predict the weather so that  you can maximize your photographic opportunities while on location (and … Continue reading New Podcast Episode – We Talk Photo

Natural Abstracts

Natural Abstracts

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

Photographing the Palouse area

Photographing the Palouse area

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