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Happy Mistakes

About 9 years ago, I spent some time in Thailand photographing seascapes. At the time, I recently went back to film after shooting digital for a few years.

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The Valley to Gjógv

Looking down valley towards the small and picturesque town of Gjógv in the Faroe Islands. An incredible soft blue light blanketed everything.

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Harvest Moon

Came across this beautiful scene on the way to Saksun in the Faroe Islands. Incredibly soft light, fantastic bright red tractor and the moon made a fleeting appearance.

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Saksun Church, Faroe Islands

Soft light on a cool winter morning in the Faroe Islands.

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Instagram Fun

Ive recently started using Instagram as a way to showcase my work and reach a broader audience. Mt work tends to be portfolio driven, however, on Instagram I will be putting out a loose collection of images that did not really fit anywhere else…most of which I have never published before.

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Back from the Faroe Islands

I was lucky to spend a couple of weeks in these incredible Islands. Wind swept fjords fall into the frothy blue North Atlantic, sheep perch impossibly on rocky cliffs and sea birds dart here and there attempting to find purchase in the wind with their strained wings. The Faroe Islands have Norway’s fjords, Iceland’s Drama and Scotland’s Mystery .

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Packing for Iceland

I thought I’d share a photo of my camera gear that I will be taking to Iceland. All this fits in an amazing camera backpack made by FStop Gear, specifically the Loka. I’ve tried numerous backpacks over the years, most of which broke rather quickly or destroyed my back before I was even out of the airport on a trip. This pack on the other hand is a pleasure to use, even on long hiking trips.

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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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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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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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Lupine in the Wind

“Lupine in the Wind”

Shot this in mid June. The Lupine were incredibly beautiful this year.
Roughly a 40 second exposure on Velvia 50

Enjoy!.

Baldy Reflection

Well hello everyone!

Its been about a month since my last post. Been busy with photography lessons/workshops and manning the gallery.

I haven’t shot much in the last 6 weeks, but I did get out to capture this nice reflection of Mt. Baldy not long ago.

Shot on a Mamiya 7ii, 43mm lens, Velvia 50, minor dodging and burning in Lightroom 5, no color enhancement whatsoever…one of the many reasons I still shoot film

Hope you all are having a great Summer!.

Summer Images

The wildflowers here in Crested Butte are having a fantastic year. If you have the means to do so, I highly recommend making a trip out to any one of the many flowering meadows. Its a beautiful sight.

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Images of Scotland

Some of you may already know that I took a trip to Scotland this Spring to photograph in the Outer Hebrides. I must say the trip was absolutely amazing. Everyday was full of special and magical moments.

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I SHOT IT Competition Winner : First Prize

Competition Winner : First Prize

I am incredibly excited to announce that I won first prize in The I SHOT IT photo competition! I don’t usually enter competitions, but I’d thought id give this one a go…glad I did!

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