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I SHOT IT Competition Winner : First Prize

Competition Winner : First Prize

In incredibly honored to receive another first prize from this great contest…Thank you!

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Inclusion in the Black and White 2014 exhibition

I just received some exciting news that an image of mine was accepted into The Center For Fine Art Photography’s Black & White exhibition!

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What $4,000 of film looks like

I recently filled my film coffers as a price hike from Fuji is expected at the end of this month. I thought it would be a good idea to tally what I have in stock, been a while since Ive done so.

Turns out I have just over 500 rolls of film on hand! 460 rolls of 120 and about 40 rolls of 135. One particular film stock I have on hand is called Kodak E-100vs. Its a beautiful slide film that really sings in the reds, oranges, and browns. Its said that Velvia is for the spring and E-100 is for the Fall.

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Iceland II ~ New Portfolio

Skógafoss Under the Stars.

I just published a small collection of new images of Iceland. This small portfolio of 10 images contains some of my favorite images from my trip there last September.

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The hidden power of ND Grads

Most of you all know about Graduated Neutral Density Filters. I for one, find them to be indispensable, even when shooting with a digital camera. (more info on how to use them here)

They are used balance the exposure within a scene – typically between the bright sky and dark foreground…(as in the Photo above of Peanut Lake)

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Fujifilm Price Increase

Stock up now on your favorite films from Fuji as a global price increase will go into effect as of April 1st 2014.

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Iceland Photography Tour

I’m incredibly exited to announce that I will be assisting Bruce Percy again on his 9 day South Iceland Photo Tour. I assisted Bruce last September, and I must say his tours are top notch. Bruce is an extremely knowledgeable and accomplished photographer and artist, a fantastic tour leader, and an all around great person.

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Black and White Miniatures (Finished Portfolio)

There is something quite rewarding in seeing how a body of work comes together, especially one that was created over multiple outings, and a span of 4 months.

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New “Point and Shoot”

Got a new “point and shoot” today…quite excited to shoot with this little beauty!

My goal is to have a camera on me ‘at all times’. I have not done this for years, and would like to give it another go.

Voigtlander Bessa R3A ~ 40mm 1.4 lens.

Blue Guitarist

Found some slides from about 15 years ago. Had some friends that were pretty deep into the Metal scene in Seattle. This particular show was amazing…and very loud.

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I SHOT IT Competition Winner : First Prize

Competition Winner : First Prize

I am incredibly honored to take my second first prize in a year!

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

What do these images and the new movie “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” have in common?

I took these photos last April using the same camera that Sean O’Connell (Sean Penn) was seen using in the movie…an old Nikon F3.

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Black and White Miniatures

High altitude landscape photography can be incredibly rewarding, however, it does not come easy. One main challenge is the fleeting light during sunrise or sunset. Generally this is the only time I photograph landscapes (the quality of light is at its best during these times).  On average, I have about 2 to maybe 15 minutes to capture this brilliant display of color and light.
The following collection is a different story.

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Impressions of Iceland

During the latter part of this past September, I was lucky enough to spend 9 days traveling and photographing across the south coast of Iceland.

We passed countless towering waterfalls, desolate black sand deserts that went on for miles, multiple glacial lagoons, expansive moss covered lava fields, and a myriad of other bizarre landscape features unique to Iceland.

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It’s Not About The Camera

As I looked at the incredible reflection in Bear Lake, my first thought was, “Wow, this is quite beautiful.”  My second thought was, “This would be even better had I remembered my camera gear.”

Fortunately, my wife was nice enough to loan me her 7 year old point and shoot camera.

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