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Rediscovering my 24mm eyes
Back in the film days, my only wide angle landscape lens was my Nikon 24mm f/2.8D. We had many fine moments together. Like the time we hiked seven miles one way to photograph a field of wildflowers in front of Mt. Rainier. Or the time I actually injured my Xiphoid process while spread eagle over ... Read more
I just finished up a pair of workshops in Olympic National Park. Both trips had great opportunities. During the first trip we had a really nice sunset on the Obstruction Point Road and nearly perfect conditions in the Hoh Rainforest. During the second trip we had an amazing sunrise on Hurricane Ridge and a pair ... Read more
Unfortunately, I don’t get out shooting as much as I’d really like to. What with the fact that I don’t do a lot of photographing at workshops and all the doggy walks I’m committed to when at home, I’m just not making the needed time. So my selection of favorites is rather limited. One of ... Read more
Autumn in the southwest
I just returned from my Zion workshop. We had beautiful crisp fall days and, unfortunately for the photography, screaming blue skies the entire time. While that makes for amazing tourist weather, it’s not the best for photography. Sure, you can still get some really nice pictures, but after the first morning you can start to ... Read more