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on Oct 3, 2017 in Landscape Photography

Scale by Focal Length

Clouds are such an easy subject to bring wow to your photograph. Now because clouds are so universal, everyone can relate to them. This can be a good or bad thing depending on how you bring them to life in your photograph. This is because we’ve all seen amazing cloud formations sometime in our life. The key here that many miss in their photographs are the relationship of the clouds with the earth. Remove the earth and they are just big white cotton balls and a lot of their drama and wow evaporates. So therein lies our photographic challenge. This is where the landscape becomes so important to our clouds! The clouds need a visual anchor, a means to compare their size with something that we can relate to yet be so insignificant that visually we don’t give them any importance. This is where lens selection plays such a huge role in the photograph. Capturing the right slice of the earth and at the same time bring drama and...

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on Oct 3, 2017 in Moose's Camera Bag

rGPS is Pretty Darn Cool!

About a month ago, rGPS reached out to me to give me their product a try. To say I was really skeptical is an understatement but to be fair, I loaded it and gave it a try. The concept is really simple, crowdsource photo location finder to aid you when in that locale to find a place to shoot landscapes. With a click, if the locale sounds interesting you have a map guiding you to that locale. After checking it out for a month, trying some of the locales, I’m impressed enough to pass rGPS along to you. You can get it for FREE and then if you like it, go Pro. When you find yourself shooting in a new place and need suggestion where to go, you’ll find rGPS pretty darn...

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on Oct 2, 2017 in Random Thoughts


I was very fortunate to be part of Wanderlust Travel Magazine piece on worldwide wildlife piece. You can check it out...

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on Sep 29, 2017 in Moose Adventures

Palouse 2018 Landscape Workshop!

We’ve been up in WA and really smitten by The Palouse! I’m not sure why it’s taken us this long to get here but I love it! I want to come back up to photograph it when’s its green so we’re offering a trip for 6 folks 23-28 April (in 23rd & out the 28th out of Spokane). This is simply an amazing place and the possibilities seem endless. We’ve already been to places you don’t see in print which is really spinning my imagination. The price is $1895 which covers transport once on location, guiding, instruction and entertainment. Oh yeah, a bit of education, as well as this, is a bit of a new world of landscape photography. This is a long landscape shoot just as much as pano which makes it such a photographic delight. If you’re interested, give Sharon a call...

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