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I’ve done a handful of podcast interviews recently, the first two of which have just been released: The My Crazy X-Life Podcast and the Latitude Photography Podcast. I really enjoy connecting with other shooters and sharing ideas in this kind … Continue reading →
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Luminar has come a long way in a very short time. At the end of 2018, they released the long-awaited Library module, which gives Luminar 3 the ability to power your entire photography workflow. This makes it a viable alternative to … Continue reading →
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Often times, especially when photographing landscapes, we often shoot with a wide depth of field, or we use Hyperfocal Distance techniques in order to achieve maximum edge-to-edge sharpness from front to back. This technique works so well with grand vistas that … Continue reading →
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  I’m excited to announce that RUSCH TO ALASKA: Iditarod Trail Invitational is now being aired on OutsideTV, and I’m especially honored to have the Director of Photography credit. This past winter, I had the awesome assignment of filming Rebecca Rusch’s … Continue reading →
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Ah… summer. Long days and late evenings, when playing outside until sunset means getting home well after midnight and eating dinner at around 1:30AM. Welcome to my life during the month of June in Alaska. With such a diversity of … Continue reading →
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I peeked at my WordPress stats the other day and realized that I had just passed three million page views on my blog. According to Google Analytics, which I didn’t install into 2011, or three years in, I have hit … Continue reading →
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Now that June is finally here, we can pretty much count summer as being officially underway. For us Northern Hemisphere photographers, summer means bountiful landscape photography sessions and long days exploring outdoors with our cameras. For you Southern Hemisphere people, … Continue reading →
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My first lens was a manual focus 50mm f/1.4, and from day one, it was true love. It went everywhere with me, attached to my shiny, chrome body Nikon FM2. We shot everything together, mostly because that was the only … Continue reading →
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We all know that photography is all about the moment. That one brief, yet perfect instant, or as we so fondly know it as, that decisive moment, when the the elements of our composition come together in an exciting and unique … Continue reading →
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https://youtu.be/ZvHL6Bo1G6k Today is launch day, and I’m excited to unveil my brand new video tutorial mentorship series, Photography On The Brain. In this ongoing series of focused video lessons, I’m going to explore photography with a wide range of topics … Continue reading →

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