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More Light Painting Ideas

Old haunts always present themselves with new challenges. Often it is the challenge of trying to come up with something new. This is Bear Trap Canyon where the Madison Dam is located and forms Ennis Lake. The Hydroelectric dam was built in the canyon back in the early 1900′s Today it has become a common […]

August 20th, 2014 | Comments Off

Working the Wire

I love when life surprises me. I love it even more when I have my camera in hand. While out working the Madison I stumbled upon a couple of the locals and decided to talk with them for a while. At least as long as they would let me. One of the common species that […]

August 19th, 2014 | Comments Off

Once Again Chasing the Clouds

Summer just keeps flying by. Pretty soon it will be time for the fall color and the fall rut. It seems like every year summer goes by faster. This year seems to have had a lot more storms come through our area then in the past couple of years. Maybe that’s just because I have […]

August 18th, 2014 | Comments Off

Overcoming New Challenges

Last week I mentioned another new project that I was working on over this past summer. This past May I started working with my Brent and Red Rover Adventures to create content that would be used to show Dr. Ross’s work with patients with eye problems. The overall goal behind the project is to bring […]

August 15th, 2014 | Comments Off

A less Subtle look into Light Painting

The other day I talked about why and how I use ACR to bring out more drama in my landscape images. Most of the time I like to be subtle so that it’s not obvious what I’m doing. The reason being that I want people to stop and look at the image and say to […]

August 13th, 2014 | Comments Off

A first Look at ACR Light Painting

Yesterday I announced that I was going to be speaking at the Adobe booth at Photoshop World this September. The topic I’m going to be speaking about is what I like to call Light painting in ACR. Here is a more in depth look at what that is. We all know that working with the […]

August 12th, 2014 | Comments Off

Speaking at the Adobe Booth

I am happy to announce that this September at Photoshop World I will be giving my first presentation at none other than the Adobe Booth. I am so excited and a little bit anxious but it’s going to be fun. The topic I’m going to be talking about is what I like to call Light […]

August 11th, 2014 | Comments Off
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The Summer of New Beginnings

It’s truly amazing what life brings your way when you work hard. If you had asked any of my family ten years ago if they thought we would all end up working together in photography, none of us could have told you yes. It’s kind of one of those paths that we all just ended […]

August 8th, 2014 | Comments Off

My First Wedding Shoot, Part 2

Yesterday I blogged about overcoming some of the challenges of my first wedding shoot and showed some of the images from just the pre-ceremony, mostly shots of the little details that make up the whole event. Going into this whole project I tried to keep as open a mind as I could not knowing really […]

August 7th, 2014 | Comments Off

My First Wedding Shoot, Part 1

Over the last few years I have learned one very important lesson in photography and that is always to be open to everything that comes your way. A while back I wrote about having to become a general photographer and taking advantage of all opportunities that come your way even if those are outside your […]

August 6th, 2014 | Comments Off