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The Devil’s Cornfield, Death Valley, January 2015

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My really fucked up dance with L.A.-based occultists in which I dislocate my shoulder.

I’ve spent a lot of time traversing around the Mojave, which you know if you have read my blog over the past couple of years. And I’ve spent a lot more time trying to invest in shooting actual subjects, not … Continue reading

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My first time using lights!

In an editorial penned by someone with far greater talents than myself, I recently read that it’s a meaningful moment when you go from capturing what you see to actively manipulating a scene for a better shot. He was referring … Continue reading

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Using bright sun to your advantage

The last time I took beach photos, I remember having a really hard time with the blue haze and contrasty-ness that was prevalent in most of the shots. This time around I approached most of my shots with the idea of “if … Continue reading

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