Category Archives: photographer


Behind the Photograph: sometimes creative inspiration hits at the oddest moments

I had been sitting in the middle of my campsite a few nights ago, busily scouting on my iPad for locations and campsites around Sedona in preparation for the next day’s activities. While walking back […]

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Finding Great or Hidden Locations to Photograph While Traveling.

Photographers, if you’re not asking locals every chance you get about their favorite scenic spots in the area you’re missing out on hidden gems like this (below – waiting for me to photograph tonight and […]

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Waiting in Vain: in Landscape Photography Sometimes the Planets Never Align

Sometimes we have the image in our mind, and we wait for the light to appear. We wait, and hope, all to no avail. Even the frustrating times of photography are rewarding. The sights, smells, […]

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The lure of the Mountain

I hope I never tire of seeing mountains. More accurately, watching them… sometimes for an hour, sometimes more if the mood and the rock moves me. At times I’ll scan the features with binos, looking […]

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Light Painting Abandoned Homeless Possessions in a Trailer

 Light Painting-   This photograph was lit with only a pocket flashlight. The interior was completely dark and the camera shutter was locked open. I painted each object with my flashlight, adding highlights or […]

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