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Tag Archives: Photography
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
I have wanted to see what the Golden Trout Wilderness is like for a number of years now, and this week I finally got the chance to go pretty deep into it thanks to a trip with Rock Creek Pack … Continue reading
How the Shot Was Got Ep III: Shit Gets Weird When You Spend So Much Time Alone (behind the scenes of ODE: Meritum)
On trips over the last year or so I’ve started vlogging more when I’m out on these trips to shoot. It’s a lot of time just sitting around with nothing to do, and I get super bored really easily. I … Continue reading
Ode: Meritum is the second and latest timelapse film in the Ode series. Locations for this film include the Mojave, including the Mojave National preserve; Death Valley National Park; Lone Pine’s Alabama Hills; Blythe, California; Sedona, Arizona; Cactus National Monument, … Continue reading
Ode: Tempus Vernum is a love letter. Every spring for as long as I can remember there are days I look outside and feel a tug somewhere in my chest and I know it’s time. Time to go chase clouds … Continue reading
All of the Full-sized Imagery from ‘How the Shot Was Got’ ep II: Go to Interesting Places & Try Not to Die’
I have a fascination with storms. Specifically, desert storms – compact but remarkably tall and powerful storms that sweep across the southwest each year during the ‘monsoon’, which I now know (and have known for quite some time) is a … Continue reading
HAI! Recently I started putting together the second timelapse compilation (there will be Spring and Desert, the latter of which is getting a custom score!) and I realized I had a ton of behind the scenes footage from being out … Continue reading
This turned out cool. Doing the other one now too.
I was never afraid of whales until I was surrounded by them and one of them came flying out of the water about 75 yards away. Fully airborne, I realized instantly there would be no time to jump, no time … Continue reading