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on Jul 20, 2007 in Landscape Photography

Stuck at the Airport – 07.20.07

What a trip! Glad I bought the extra storage drives, needs the space! We’re on the way home…well sort of…Jake & I are stuck in Alaska Airline hell at the moment. Hope to blog a couple of shots from the trip if time permits. Being gone for a couple of weeks, I’m sure there’s some work awaiting me. This is “sunset” over the Alaskan Range from our campsite. I say sunset because this photo of God Beams was taken around 11:30 at night. Have a great weekend! Photo captured by D2Xs, 70-200VR on Lexar digital...

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on Jul 15, 2007 in Landscape Photography

Where’s Moose – 07.15.07

Jake and I have been in the Alaskan Range for the past week working on a project on Collared Pika. With scientists from Univ of Alaska Fairbanks and Canada. a 3yr project looking at the pika is winding down. We are literally out in the middle of nowhere, living out of tents and our rental H3. We came into town to resupply for the next week out in the bush and I snagged a phone line using dialup to blog. Why did I select this photo to blog with? So mom back home would see that I’ve not killed our youngest and in fact, he’s doing great on his first photographic assignment. While we both a bit water logged from all the rain, we’ve been with every critter AK has to offer and in the company of some really nice folks. This is the first project I’ve worked on in 30yrs where all the scientists were women. Kinda fun The whole story on this adventure will be in vol...

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on Jul 15, 2007 in Landscape Photography

Where's Moose – 07.15.07

Jake and I have been in the Alaskan Range for the past week working on a project on Collared Pika. With scientists from Univ of Alaska Fairbanks and Canada. a 3yr project looking at the pika is winding down. We are literally out in the middle of nowhere, living out of tents and our rental H3. We came into town to resupply for the next week out in the bush and I snagged a phone line using dialup to blog. Why did I select this photo to blog with? So mom back home would see that I’ve not killed our youngest and in fact, he’s doing great on his first photographic assignment. While we both a bit water logged from all the rain, we’ve been with every critter AK has to offer and in the company of some really nice folks. This is the first project I’ve worked on in 30yrs where all the scientists were women. Kinda fun The whole story on this adventure will be in vol...

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on Jul 3, 2007 in Great Stuff, Just Out!

Wildlife Photographer’s Base Camp – 07.03.07

Just how was that photo captured, what lens & technique were used? After attending WPBC you’ll know! Better yet, you’ll know when it counts, when YOU’RE behind the lens. This five day course is designed for the Nikon and Canon digital shooter to maximize the most of today’s technology and tools with time proven wildlife photography techniques. Taught in various locales across North American, 10 participants will join Moose and his assistant Josh in some very intense learning. Our classroom is within four walls as well as behind the lens. You’ll be able to take what you’ve learned in the classroom, put it right to practice and than have your results critiqued so you can go right back out and build on what you’ve learned the very next day. Peaked your interest, head here to learn more or simply call the office now to register. You’re going to learn tons, be totally exhilarated and completely exhausted by the end of the...

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on Jul 3, 2007 in Great Stuff, Just Out!

Wildlife Photographer's Base Camp – 07.03.07

Just how was that photo captured, what lens & technique were used? After attending WPBC you’ll know! Better yet, you’ll know when it counts, when YOU’RE behind the lens. This five day course is designed for the Nikon and Canon digital shooter to maximize the most of today’s technology and tools with time proven wildlife photography techniques. Taught in various locales across North American, 10 participants will join Moose and his assistant Josh in some very intense learning. Our classroom is within four walls as well as behind the lens. You’ll be able to take what you’ve learned in the classroom, put it right to practice and than have your results critiqued so you can go right back out and build on what you’ve learned the very next day. Peaked your interest, head here to learn more or simply call the office now to register. You’re going to learn tons, be totally exhilarated and completely exhausted by the end of the...

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