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on Aug 25, 2015 in WRP Ed Zone

My Workflow

It’s a continual question, “What’s your workflow?” As my boys will say, I’m just a machine because I get through my images so bloody fast. How fast? A 4000 image air to air shoot shot in the afternoon will be by bedtime, edited, filed, renamed and backed up. How do I do it so fast? There are two main factors, the first and main one is, I only take those images I like. This is really, really important. When I watch folks go through their images, they spend a helluva a lot of time looking at this or that images, cropping, moving sliders, wondering if they like the image. I’m not doing that, I’m just flying through them. When I go through my images I only have to ask myself one question and do one action. Is it sharp or not? If sharp I just click forward and if not, it gets deleted. It’s that simple for me. I’m really never sure just what is really being sought after...

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on Aug 18, 2015 in K&M Adventures

Air to Air For You!

We have an K&M AirAdventure coming up 11-13 Sept, Minot ND with an opening with your name on it! The video pretty much tells the story but if you’d like more info or want to register, give Sharon a call at 760.924.8632. Cya in the...

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on Jul 21, 2015 in K&M Adventures

K&M AirAdventure Wants You!

Catch the romance, soak in the atmosphere and experience the speed! Wanna find out why aviation photography is the fastest rising genre of photography and learn how to do it right? Come spend a weekend with K&M AirAdventures! We have dates in Sept and Nov and a seat in a plane with your name on it! Call 661.204.1506 NOW! And thanks Brent for the kickass video! And thanks to TrippleScoopMusic and Kurt Oldman for Trojan...

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on Jul 17, 2015 in K&M Adventures

K&M Adv – Australia 2016!

K&M Adventures is heading to Australia, 14-20 August, 2016. We’re heading to a once in a lifetime location for critter photography, O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat. I first went there after seeing Sir David Attenborough’s special on the Satin Bowerbird. The nest he filmed at was still being used years later and I was able to shoot there for a couple of days. I came back from our time there with photos of an additional 50 species of really cool bird species hard to find elsewhere. It’s really an amazing place! Of course, the trail boardwalk that goes through the TOP of the forest canopy, the bar in the TOP of a tree and the friendliness of the birds don’t hurt the attraction either. We’re looking at the first week of August, 2016 for this adventure. The price should come in around $5400 which covers your lodging at O’Reilly’s, breakfast and dinner, transportation to and from the airport to the lodge, guides and instruction (they gave us a killer rate since...

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on Jul 13, 2015 in BT Journal

BT Journal – Going To The Sun

In case you didn’t notice, the latest issue was released and is on your iPad / Android ready for you to download. It’s a FULL issue on one of the greatest place to take your camera, Glacier Nat’l Park. You subcribers, thanks for your continued support. Those of you wanting to improve your wildlife and landscape photography, what are you waiting for. Go get it...

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on Jul 13, 2015 in K&M Adventures

How’d You Do That?!!!

Ever since I posted this video teaser over the weekend, I’ve been flooded with emails asking how was it shot. The video was shot over a 24hr period on our recent K&M AirAdventures in Minot, ND by Brent. There are a couple of things that make it really amazing. First and foremost is Brent and the talent he brings behind the camera telling the story. He’s just really good at shooting, editing and telling a story. Next is the location, Minot Aero Center, we only use the best when it comes to our AirAdventures. Lastly are the tools Brent used. He shot with the D4s, 24-85AFS on the Revo 23″ Camera Track Slider. I posted about this simple rail a while back. Brent simply followed the light and used the rail to bring life to the static aircraft. He’ll be at Photoshop World in August so if you have more questions, find him and ask. He’s really a great...

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