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The Stinson L-5 Sentinel

There are thousands of aircraft that have been built over the years in order to perform certain tasks. Some of the planes have become famous by them men and women that have flown them. Others remain famous only amongst the true diehard aviation crowd. The Stinson L-5 Sentinel is one of those aircraft that served […]

March 5th, 2015 | Comments Off

Barns Barns Barns

Every photographer has different opportunities present to them everyday of their lives as each are immersed in the environment that he or she lives in. If I were to be living by the ocean, I would be photographing shore birds and the waves all the time. If I was in a city it would be […]

March 4th, 2015 | Comments Off

All Roads Lead Somewhere

I’ve always been an advocate for using man made roads or any other form of roadways when photographing landscapes. Like any other photograph there has to be a way for your eye to move through the image. While this can be done with many tools, using a road is certainly one of the most obvious. […]

March 3rd, 2015 | Comments Off

The Other Reason to Keep Shooting

Last week I talked about one of the most important reasons to be constantly shooting, to preserve history while it’s still around. There are many reasons to shoot all the time, one of which that happens more often then not, is the one reason that we all hate. Getting skunked. It really sucks but it […]

March 2nd, 2015 | Comments Off

How a Long Lens Can Help With Landscapes

I do a lot of landscape work and often it’s with a wide angle lens. The reason for that is usually because of great light or great skies. But when neither of those two things show up then it’s great to go tight and take out little chunks of the landscape. While waiting for the […]

February 27th, 2015 | Comments Off

North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber

The B-25 Mitchell Bomber was the little brother of the bombing effort. During the air war of WWII, the bomber campaign was one of the largest endeavors taken on by the Allies. High altitude precision bombing by the British and the United States was daily routine to keep the production capabilities, transportation and moral of […]

February 26th, 2015 | Comments Off

The Importance of Shooting Everyday

While I Was out cruising this past weekend I went by a previous shooting spot and was aghast to what I saw. On the northern edge of town, where once was a great old barn, there remains now just a pile of dirt. I couldn’t believe it. While it was in a commercial spot of […]

February 25th, 2015 | Comments Off

End of the Storm Light

After spending time with the Geese I wasn’t sure where to go IF the skies would break up or not. That’s the joy of cruising. I ended up cruising along the Bridger Mountains heading north parallel to them, up to a point a knew about that would go into the forest. The light over the […]

February 24th, 2015 | Comments Off
PSW Instructors

It’s Official!!!

When I started in Photography I was told that it would be a lot of hard work. I grew up around my Dad and saw what the life of a photographer had in store. It had some amazing moments and it had some sad ones. Every business is like that, photography is no exception. Despite […]

February 23rd, 2015 | Comments Off

Winter Practice Down at the Ponds

Have you ever had that itch to get out a certain a lens or go to a certain spot no matter how good the results may be? Well this past weekend I had the itch to get out my 600f4 and find something to put in front of it. A small weather snap rolled through […]

February 23rd, 2015 | Comments Off