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Brents Blog

It runs in the Family

I work a lot with my Dad on various projects throughout the year. I am blessed this way in my photography. Well over the last couple of years I have had the pleasure of working with my brother Brent on several projects. He is a very talented digital artist and our current project, that we […]

December 19th, 2014 | Comments Off

The Humor in Wildlife

There is humor in every form of photography, all you have to do is look for it. One of the joys of Wildlife photography is seeing those silly moments that give us a chuckle. This Grey Go Away Bird, which the name itself makes me laugh, was sitting by the side of the road just […]

December 18th, 2014 | Comments Off

The Buffalo Ministations Thunderbolt

For many years now I have been a long supporter of Buffalo hardrives. I have 24TB of NAS drives in my office as Primaries and portable Ministations when I travel. Well Africa was a series of jinxes it felt like. It started with my brother and then it transferred over to me. I had a […]

December 17th, 2014 | Comments Off

Working those patterns on the Limbs

I love shooting in the snow! Winter can be one of the best times to be out shooting because the possibilities are endless. Snow adds a brand new layer of interesting to everything that it touches and the best part is, even if you go somewhere that you have been to in the previous years, […]

December 16th, 2014 | Comments Off

Why we Buy the Best

One of the worst feelings to have in this profession is to have a piece of invaluable equipment go down when you’re on a shoot. On the very last day in Mala Mala my 128GB CF card went down and I couldn’t fix it in the field. I was not happy. I was quite grateful […]

December 15th, 2014 | Comments Off

Wake Island

Continuing with the events that occurred after Pearl Harbor. While the attack on Pearl was going on, the international dateline showed that on December 8th, the same time, Japanese forces were attacking Wake Island. Some of the radio transmissions caused confusion thinking that the first attacks on Pearl were actually going on at Wake. This […]

December 11th, 2014 | Comments Off

As Usual, Dad Says it Right

Earlier this week I received my latest edition of EAA Warbirds which I knew had the upcoming piece that Dad and I did together on the Planes of Fame Airshow. When I opened it I couldn’t believe my eyes to see 29 photos used between the two of us. While I was planning out blogs […]

December 10th, 2014 | Comments Off

The Plane Vs. the Submarrine

While the majority of the Pearl Harbor attack was done by air, the Japanese did have a large navy outside the Hawaiian islands including submarines. One of the greatest mysteries of the attack was the use of five Type A midget submarines. Each submarine could hold two people and two torpedoes. Four of the five […]

December 10th, 2014 | Comments Off

The Flying Fortress Around the World

While the B-17 Flying Fortress was one of the most iconic aircraft in the European theater, being seen later in the war as mass droves flying across the skies, they were actually used in all theaters including North Africa, Italy, China and the Pacific. Skipping forward a year, in November of 1942 the Japanese established […]

December 9th, 2014 | Comments Off

The Day After Pearl

The day after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States declared war on Japan. The the night before FDR spent hours working on his speech that he would give before Congress in hopes that the American people would rally behind him. Even with the objections of his cabinet, he kept it short to drive […]

December 8th, 2014 | Comments Off