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Bringing out that foreground

We’ve all been there before. a great spot with a beautiful view and clouds! But flat light. It sucks but hey it could be worse. What do you do? Well the answer is you keep on shooting. I took this years ago up at Glacier National Park, one of my utmost favorite places to go, […]

August 28th, 2014 | Comments Off

Going too Far

One thing that I have come to notice when it comes to photography blogs, and to be fair this does get asked a lot, is that photographers tend not to show their mistakes or at least what they believe are mistakes. To some degree it makes sense, this is a business and if you use […]

August 27th, 2014 | Comments Off

What Isn’t Known about Fame

There are a lot of famous people in the world and most of the time it is that one thing that they did to become famous that we all know about and nothing else. Well sorry to say this was somewhat the case when I started reading this book. Robert Morgan was captain of a […]

August 26th, 2014 | Comments Off

Photopaths Photo Contest

This really does feel like the summer of firsts for me. A few weeks back I was asked by the founder of Photopaths if I wanted to be a judge in their first ever photo contest. Having never done one before I naturally said, Yes! I am thrilled to be a part of this with […]

August 25th, 2014 | Comments Off

The Brightest Spot

It’s been a great a busy week but I ended it on a good note by getting out and shooting some critters. I still feel really rusty and in some ways it shows. I was over at my friends ranch again working on a project for them, and when I was done I decided to […]

August 22nd, 2014 | Comments Off

Going Underground

Back in 2008 I was shooting with the D2Hs. It was my first truly professional camera body and I absolutely loved it. On my adventures throughout Montana I stumbled upon the Lewis and Clark Caverns. Despite the name it actually was never discovered by the pair but by a couple of ranchers who were stuck […]

August 21st, 2014 | Comments Off

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