Tag Archives: landscape


Composition in Landscape Photography

Compositional Visualization: See the ball, be the ball Developing an eye for composition in landscape photography is something that takes a great deal of time and practice in the field.  Sure, some folks don’t have […]


Art, Social Media and the Impact on Modern Landscape Photography

Forward Although I’ve touched upon the topic of social media and its impact on landscape photography before in a previous post: LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL MEDIA: A BLESSING AND A CURSE; I felt that it was important enough […]


Landscape Photography and Social Media: A Blessing and a Curse

Preface I’ve only been in the field a short time; I started this journey in 2012, but the changes that I have seen over the past few years have really inspired me to write a […]


Aloha ʻĀina: Panther Creek Falls

This is a much more subtle and less seen view of Panther Creek Falls. A lot has been written in the past few weeks about the ecological damage that has been done to many of […]



Welcome to my black and white seascapes landscape photography gallery.  Here you will find a variety of images taken in the often pounding surf from the Olympic Peninsula of Washington, down through the rugged coast […]


Landscape Photography 101: Getting The Shot Landscape Photography Tutorial

Landscape Photography Tips Landscape photography can be very challenging, but with the right skill set and some perseverance you too, can set yourself apart from the crowd.  Here, I will be outlining a few tips […]