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Ode: Noctis – a timelapse of the night sky

This entry into my “Ode” series pays tribute to the night sky, which I first learned to shoot in 2013 standing at tunnel view in Yosemite. Everything changed for me when I realized photography didn’t have to end after sundown, … Continue reading

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Timelapse: Eastern Sierras/Mt. Whitney

I shot this over the course of three days in May in Alabama Hills. Every time I go out to shoot, I learn something. For the last four years, that’s a lot of lessons and some are hard to keep … Continue reading

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Full moon light or sunset?

Among the more amazing, painfully obvious things I’ve said to myself in the process of learning to take a photograph happened in the Alabama Hills last month on the camping trip when I said indignantly, “Wait, that looks like sunset.” … Continue reading

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High contrast photos at the ghost town of Bodie, California

There are two things you should know before you attempt to photograph the [amazing] ghost town of Bodie, California. 1) The park is only open from 10 to 3 during late spring/summer/early fall, so it will be high contrast no … Continue reading

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Death Valley – Eureka Dunes at sunset

Last week I was able to catch a sunset at Eureka Dunes – and on the way up the dunes ran into a really nice photographer from Italy – Massimo Ripani. Massimo is a landscape photographer out of Milan. He … Continue reading

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I did not take this photo. And I really need better composition skills.

We were running all over the rocks of Alabama Hills one high noon earlier this month and we found the Mobius Arch. We had the camera, but it being noon in the desert I didn’t really have any creative ideas … Continue reading

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High contrast at Lone Pine Lake

We hiked to this lake above the Alabama Hills a couple of weekends ago, and even though it was mid-afternoon in high elevation and sharp sun, I nabbed some lake shots. I don’t like the way the clouds look, I … Continue reading

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