In the Face of Adversity

In late September and early October, 2013 we took a journey from San Francisco, California to Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Our thousand mile drive up Highway 1 was made all the more challenging as the […]

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Journey North

Getting above the Arctic Circle presents some challenges, but the benefits are astounding. The first step in the process is flying to Fairbanks. This is a reasonably easy task and can be achieved either flying […]

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How to Afford Travel

Image captured in Pohick Bay, Fairfax County, VA. Taken this past spring, this place has become one of my very favorite places to be; an easy weekend get away, within an hour of my home. […]

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2016 Begins! Where will you go?

Happy New Year! As I mentioned in a post a few weeks ago, I will be using this blog to share travel experiences, antics, challenges, and lessons learned. Simply put, I love to travel. Above […]

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Travel Journal

My plan, starting in January, will be to use this blog as more of a travel journal. To share the antics and experiences of travel, both domestic and abroad. From lessons learned to sights seen […]

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Don’t Let Low Light Get You Down!

Noise… that is to say image noise, is most notable on images taken in low light or with higher ISO. When using digital cameras noise is produced by the sensor randomly attributing light and dark pixels to […]

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Composite Imagery

Composites are built by taking very aspects of images and blending them together, seamlessly, to create a wholly unique image. Compositing enables the photographer to go back through their image catalogue and identify images that […]

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Seeing It Different

Not to long ago I was chatting with some photog friends and I mentioned that I wanted to go to New York and find the pier pilings and shoot the NY skyline. A couple of […]

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Reworking Old Images

I don’t know about everyone else, but I enjoy going back and rethinking and reworking old images. It’s not that I don’t have current work that I could or rather should focus on, because I […]

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Changing Skies

A few years ago I wrote a blog titled “Shoot the Sky.” In this blog, I advocated taking every opportunity to capture images of beautiful, dramatic skies. Now, I have put together a video on […]

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