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on Jun 26, 2017 in Thought of the Month

Decisive Moment – Sight Unseen

Lynsey Addario in 2009 embedded with a medevac team in Afghanistan. Her story of what unfolded from a historic, photographic and personal quest and mission as featured in April 2015 on Radiolab. The role of photography, ethics, business and most importantly integrity and the visual story come out in this amazing interview and story. It just might be the most important radio you listen to for your...

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on Jan 9, 2017 in Thought of the Month

Education – Inspiration 2017

Sharon & I have a limited number of opportunities in 2017 to spend time with you in the field exploring our passion of photography. And at this moment, we have just a handful of openings in our 2017 offerings: Mar 15-20 ’17 FL Bird Photography 1 Opening Mar 25-26 ’17 Print Lab Weekend 2 Openings April 03-07 ’17 Grouse & Chicken FULL 26-30 June ’17 Madera Cyn, AZ 1 Opening 18-23 Sept ’17 Palouse, WA 2 Openings 90-13 Oct ’17 VT Fall Color 1 Opening 01-06 Nov ’17 Oregon Coast, OR 1 Opening None of these “workshops” are normal because well, I’m not normal. You will have fun, you will learn a lot and you will be inspired. If you’re interested, have questions of want to join us, give Sharon a call … 661.204.1506. Cya out...

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on Nov 23, 2016 in Thought of the Month

Thanks Start at Home!

It’s that time of year when we do what we should do everyday, and that’s give thanks. I feel fortunate that my list runs for days and days to cover it all but at the top of that list everyday is my family. Many good fortunes made it and make it possible that Sharon and I have the great fortune to spend tons of time with our boys Brent and Jake (and Brent’s much better half Katt). While I tell them every opportunity I have, just want it publicly said how thankful I am they are all in my life!...

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on Dec 10, 2015 in Thought of the Month

Gift of Learning – Gift of the Print

There is nothing like the gift of photography! We love teaching the craft and art of photography so we offer a number of workshops throughout the year. Many spouses give a workshop during the holidays and we want to thank you. So between now and the end of the year, give a workshop (or just simply sign up) and you’ll receive a 17×22 print of your choice as a thank you! Jan 11-15 ’16 Yellowstone Jan 28-31 ’16 Snowy Owls, MN April 04-08 ’16 Grouse & Chicken April 13-17 ’16 Santa Fe, NM April 25-3 ’16 Storm Chasing May 27-29 ’16 K&M AirAdventure ND June 10-12 ’16 Sierra Birds, CA July 01-03 ’16 K&M AirAdventure ND Aug 14-20 ’16 Australia Sept 09-11 ’16 K&M AirAdventure ND We have a number of offerings, from critters to landscapes to aviation. If you see one that interests you, give Sharon a call 661.204.1506 and she’ll be happy to provide you more information and get you signed up! We look forward to sharing...

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on Sep 20, 2015 in Thought of the Month

The Love of My Life

Forty years ago today, my life was changed forever. It’s when our adventure together began, one that continues to this day and points to the future. She’s my business partner, my best friend, gave me two amazing sons and has been by my side from the very start. There are no words to describe my love for her, and no words to say thanks. But she will always be, the love of my life! This is how it all began “Will you go out with me?” That one question launched the two great love affairs of my life. In my dad’s new Dodge Dart Swinger (what a name for a car), I picked up my date. In the trunk was my new Minolta SRT202 w/50f1.4 and 105f3.5 I had worked all summer to buy, a 24mm lens borrowed from a friend and my brother’s tripod and cable release I had borrowed from him. With that we made the drive down to Huntington Beach, a 30min rush of nervousness. We...

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on Dec 31, 2014 in Thought of the Month

A New Year’s Resolution?

Those who know me know I love history and none better than my family. Under the tree this year were many new books, one was Kiska: The Japanese Occupation of an Alaska Island. I know it was a busy year for me, I only got 19 books read (last year was normal with 28) but this last one, Kiska was great! Written by a biologist working with birds, he went looking for our history as well as birds. The Aleutian Battle during WWII fascinates me to no end because as many have called it, it was the forgotten war. The island of Kiska especially, because of its long history with men, wildlife and then, war. I have always wanted to spend time on Kiska with my camera and now after reading the book, more than ever. What has that got to do with a New Year’s resolution? As photographers, and don’t be mistaken we are VERY fortunate to be photographers, we have a certain responsibility to keep the craft...

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