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That End of the Week Feeling

Don’t loose your heads over this one, but it’s Friday! It’s been a long week of writing and frankly I couldn’t think of anything else worth saying for today. In the absence of greatness humor finds its place. When working with critters I love finding those funny moments. It helps add a personal touch to […]

October 2nd, 2015 | Comments Off on That End of the Week Feeling

How to Improve your Air to Air Photography

Hey everybody! Today is usually my aviation history day but I have a rather large aviation project to finish today which hopefully I’ll be able to share with everyone later. In the meantime to keep with today’s theme I thought I would spread the news in case you hadn’t heard yet that Dad’s new course […]

October 1st, 2015 | Comments Off on How to Improve your Air to Air Photography

Barns in Fall Color

If you were at Photoshop World this past August and came to my class, then you probably heard me talk about writing down places you’ve traveled to previously so that you can go back later. There are a lot of barns in Montana and I love photographing them because they make great subjects. I keep […]

September 30th, 2015 | Comments Off on Barns in Fall Color

Breaking up the Fall Color

This time of the year brings a lot of photographers outdoors to photograph the fall color. In Montana Yellowstone is one of the hot spots to go to in the fall because of the great fall color spots as well as the fall rut going on with the Elk. Fall has always been one of […]

September 29th, 2015 | Comments Off on Breaking up the Fall Color

The Watchers Above

Fall is a great time to be out shooting and not just the leafs. North American mammals are in their prime for the season and is a great time to be photographing the big boys that roam the land. One of my personal favorites has always been the Rocky Mountain BigHorn Sheep. Fall is great […]

September 28th, 2015 | Comments Off on The Watchers Above

New Article on Warbirdsnews

Hey guys. Since this is Thursday and I usually do something aviation related today, I thought that is a perfect time to be sharing my article on the history of the Texas Flying Legends Museum over on Warbirdsnews. Over the last five years the museum has grown a lot and each plane added it’s own […]

September 24th, 2015 | Comments Off on New Article on Warbirdsnews

Going through the Canyon

The best images are the ones that don’t need to be explained, they don’t need finishing, they are the ones that when you capture that moment you know you’ve seen something that you haven’t before.

September 23rd, 2015 | Comments Off on Going through the Canyon

Fall Landscape Photography

Fall is back and that means the brilliant oranges, yellows and reds are here too. While here in Gallatin Valley the Cottonwoods are just starting to turn, the signs that winter is approaching are everywhere. This is one of the times when I enjoy shooting the most because there are some many opportunities even if […]

September 22nd, 2015 | Comments Off on Fall Landscape Photography

First Snow has Fallen

It’s my favorite time of the year again when the first snow falls and the days are getting shorter. Sure the summer months are nice with the warm long days but for me, I grew up like a ski bum and having snow again is paradise. The shorter days means that sunrise is later, which […]

September 21st, 2015 | Comments Off on First Snow has Fallen

The Day the Air Force was Created

On this day in 1947 the United States Air Force was officially created and the United States Army Air Force was officially disbanded. For decades the command structure of the Air Force was disputed over. Starting with the Army Signal Corp in 1914, then the Army Air Corp in 1926, then the GHQ in 1935 […]

September 18th, 2015 | Comments Off on The Day the Air Force was Created