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Perseid meteor shower (part 1)

I took about four timelapses last month out in the eastern Sierras during the Perseid meteor shower. I still need to finish editing them but in the meantime here’s an image I created playing with photostacking. It’s not super awesome, … Continue reading

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I went camping with Kodiak bears in Alaska. All of them. (Part 2 – new gallery)

The first baby bearĀ I ever saw was way out at low tide crossing from one of the small islands off the coast of our cove to another one. It was tiny. Mother Bear (like most bears) moved slow and deliberately … Continue reading

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March 2016 Wind Cave Timelapse

Somewhere south along the 8 freeway near the Mexican border is a tiny road off a small town that takes you to Anza Borrego State Park. Off that small road are more, smaller dirt roads that branch off in a … Continue reading

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Yellowstone Wild Life

Never has a place so entirely wrapped itself around my soul than Yellowstone. I can’t exactly put a finger on it, but my trip to Wyoming last month was nothing short of extreme, spectacular and bewildering. This blog entry will … Continue reading

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Miami & Everglades, Dec 2016

I originally planned to shoot a lot more in Miami and Key West, but the weather and my schedule didn’t permit more than one timelapse (a really good one, tho) and I never seemed to be in the right place … Continue reading

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Living Room Studio Lights Fun Time

Perhaps because I finally have some brainpower left over at the end of my workdays from a lighter q4 or maybe the sauvignon blanc, but I got my lights and backdrop out of the garage last night and set it … Continue reading

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Mono Lake is like being on the FRIKKIN’ MOON – All photos, Night 1 & 2

The first night we arrived at Mono Lake it was past midnight and we were wiped. Absolutely done. So I knew there would be little chance of a sunrise shoot, especially considering that we had no idea where to go … Continue reading

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Street performers.

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I think I got one: a feeling in a photograph

Shooting emotion has been a challenge for me, since I’m still learning how to shoot in focus and other basic elements of putting light on my sensor and capturing it in a meaningful way. I watched this girl stretching before … Continue reading

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And I’m back!

While it got hot in Los Angeles (and in my non-air-conditioned house) the last thing I wanted to do after a day’s work was be on my hot laptop. Something about the heat makes the brain extra mushy. I made … Continue reading

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