Utah Photo Road Trip Travel Log: Temples and Testimonies – Part 2

There are two specific reasons that I am grateful my younger brother Christopher was interested and able to come with me on the 1,300-mile road trip. First, I enjoyed talking … Continue reading Utah Photo Road Trip Travel Log: Temples and Testimonies – Part 2

The Warmth of Lone Rock at Sunset

My first-ever visit to Lake Powell had to include a sunset boat trip out to photograph Lone Rock – it was the first evening stop of the three-day Utah Photo … Continue reading The Warmth of Lone Rock at Sunset

Hi-Yo, Silver! Away! and Say Cheese!

Before arriving in Page, Arizona, to meet up with the Utah Photo Workshop group, I stopped by Wal-Mart and grabbed a Lone Ranger Lego set, since the red rock and … Continue reading Hi-Yo, Silver! Away! and Say Cheese!

Hole in the wall – Lower Antelope Canyon

Lower Antelope Canyon is definitely not a hole in the wall place. But this literal hole in the wall made for an interesting photo. I adjusted the position of my … Continue reading Hole in the wall – Lower Antelope Canyon

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2014 Desk Calendar of the Colorado Plateau

From the narrow canyons to the expansive landscapes, the Colorado Plateau has it all. Following a multi-day workshop to the area, I collected my best 12 photos and designed a … Continue reading 2014 Desk Calendar of the Colorado Plateau

Horseshoe Bend: New Favorite HDR Photo

After hiking the 3/4-mile sandy trail to Horseshoe Bend near Page, Arizona, 3.5 times already, I wasn’t really sure I wanted to hike out there again. But I still set … Continue reading Horseshoe Bend: New Favorite HDR Photo

Moon rising in the distance

When our Utah Photo Workshop group arrived at Horseshoe Bend for a sunset photo shoot, I wasn’t feeling it because the lighting was too harsh. So I started flipping my … Continue reading Moon rising in the distance

The Clueless Ghost of Upper Antelope Canyon

If you read my post, Combat Photography in Upper Antelope Canyon, you may recall how I mentioned it was extremely packed in the narrow slot canyon. Well, our guide was … Continue reading The Clueless Ghost of Upper Antelope Canyon

Silhouette photo at sunset

After our little photography group spent a chunk of time out at Horseshoe Bend to photograph sunset, a few started packing up their gear and heading back up the 3/4 … Continue reading Silhouette photo at sunset

Combat photography in Upper Antelope Canyon

The first full day of the Utah Photo Workshop with Drake Busath and Randy Collier included Lower Antelope Canyon. The next day we headed to the more trafficked Upper Antelope … Continue reading Combat photography in Upper Antelope Canyon

Photographing Lower Antelope Canyon

When I learned that I would be visiting the Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons near Lake Powell during the Utah Photo Workshop with Drake Busath and Randy Collier earlier this … Continue reading Photographing Lower Antelope Canyon

Welcome to Utah – The Greatest State on Earth

I made what ended up being a really long drive on Friday. I hit the road in Salt Lake County around 1:30 pm and arrived in Monticello, Utah, around 6:30 … Continue reading Welcome to Utah – The Greatest State on Earth