Tag Archives: pacific northwest landscape photography

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Why I Switched From Full-Frame to the Fujifilm X-T2

Oh the Madness My journey to the Fujifilm X-T2 wasn’t exactly straight and narrow and it definitely wasn’t conventional by any stretch of the imagination; but 8 weeks into the switch, here I am writing […]

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F-Stop Collaborate and Listen Podcast

The very talented Matt Payne recently interviewed me for his new Landscape Photography Podcast: F-Stop Collaborate and Listen. It was an honor and a ton of fun to chat about my passion for landscape photography. We […]

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Black and White Landscape Photography: Why it’s still relevant today

Black and White Landscape Photography Let’s face it; we live in a world of saturated colors. In recent years it seems that the popularity of a photo is dictated by the ‘wow factor’. Saturated colors, […]

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Enchantments: Behind the Shot

Behind the Shot Enchantments Edition: “Inclement Weather” The journey to this photo started at Isolation Lake in the Upper Enchantments Core. We decided to take a jaunt up to the summit of Little Annapurna, break […]

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Consumption, creativity and their impact on landscape photography

Consumption, creativity and their impact on landscape photography This image was taken in a hidden canyon in Zion, Utah I love Iceland and Patagonia, but I have to say, seeing the same compositions from famous […]

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Light in Motion Photo Tours

Max Foster and I are extremely excited to announce our first Light in Motion Photo Tours landscape photography workshop for 2017! Join us on the Washington Coast April 7-9th, 2017 for a one of a kind […]

 

Post Processing Videos

I will be releasing my first of a series of Post Processing Videos in February 2017. It will feature the techniques that I use to achieve my signature look in my black and white images. […]

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Post Processing Tutorials and Workshops

post processing tutorials and workshops

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2016: A photographic year in review

2016: A Photographic Year in Review Can you believe that 2016 has already come and gone? As the New Year approaches I decided to take some time to reflect on what 2016 has meant to […]

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One on One Photography Workshops

  Private Landscape Photography Workshops Private one-on-one landscape photography workshops are now available!  My goals for any of the workshops that I have available are for the client to gain a fundamental understanding of sustainable landscape […]

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Tahoma: An intimate look at Mt. Rainier

Mt. Rainier in Monochrome I decided to take a jaunt up to Mt. Rainier during some rather questionable weather conditions. I was really inspired to shoot the mountain in a different way that I haven’t […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Top 15 from 2015: Pacific Northwest Landscape Photography

Pacific Northwest Landscape Photography Best of 2015 This is a collection of my favorite images landscape photography images from 2015.  The images you see here were taken in Washington, Oregon and Montana.  It was a […]

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Seattle Japanese Garden

Here’s a series of fall images from the famous Seattle Japanese Garden in WA.  I really tried to capture the peace and tranquility that this place so beautifully represents.  Most of the images are single […]