Tag: winter

Wintertime in the National Parks

Wintertime in the National Parks

The National Park system is this country is such an AMAZING treasure for all of us to hold on to and visit as often as we can.  The foresight of those who came before us to preserve and protect these amazing landscapes cannot be overlooked....what they did is fantastic and was/is a model for other … Continue reading Wintertime in the National Parks

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Revisiting Familiar Places

Revisiting Familiar Places

I love to visit new places and have new experiences.  I can't deny that.  It's exciting, activates different senses, creates new memories and all that good stuff.   I'm all for going on an adventure. What I have found though is to produce some of my most meaningful work, I like to visit more familiar … Continue reading Revisiting Familiar Places

Fuji 100-400mm Lens and 1.4x Teleconverter

Fuji 100-400mm Lens and 1.4x Teleconverter

Having just returned from a photography trip to the Grand Teton National Park, I wanted to share a couple of thoughts about one of the lens systems I used while there.  if you've ever been to the Tetons, you know that there are a lot of grand landscapes and wide open spaces, as well as an abundance … Continue reading Fuji 100-400mm Lens and 1.4x Teleconverter

Tetons 2016

Tetons 2016

I've just returned from a winter trip to the Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Wyoming, which is turning into a yearly tradition.  5 days, over 1900 miles driven, (one cracked windshield and one nail in tire with a slow leak, 700 frames captured, good times and some laughs with others in our group.  All … Continue reading Tetons 2016

Getting In The Zone

Getting In The Zone

Want to pass on an observation about myself as I'm getting ready to head to the Tetons next week for some early winter photography. One of the buzzwords in photography is around this concept of "pre-visualization"   of an image.  Envisioning what type of image you want to capture when  you get on location.  Actually, … Continue reading Getting In The Zone