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

Panoramic Photo of Parley’s Canyon Entrance

While working on a project in South Salt Lake for work, I continued up I-215 toward Parley’s Canyon for my lunch break to grab a few photos of what turned … Continue reading Panoramic Photo of Parley’s Canyon Entrance

Oquirrh Mountain Temple Blanketed in White Snow

Earlier this month, there was a pretty heavy snow storm that blanketed the entire Salt Lake Valley. My drive for photography made me contemplate where I could go photograph a … Continue reading Oquirrh Mountain Temple Blanketed in White Snow

Mother Nature tried to skip autumn and go straight to winter

The weather in Utah is always pretty unpredictable (sorry weathermen.. and weatherladies, but it’s true). Just as the leaves along the Wasatch Front started bringing out fall in all its … Continue reading Mother Nature tried to skip autumn and go straight to winter

Challenges of photographing a man fly fishing

While vacationing at Bear Lake, but brother-in-law, who is an avid fly fisherman, asked me if I wanted to go fly fishing with him. I had not brought my rod, … Continue reading Challenges of photographing a man fly fishing

Gorgeous sunset at the Bonneville Salt Flats

I was literally racing to the Bonneville Salt Flats a week ago tonight, hoping to be there to capture the sunset. But 15 miles short of my intended destination, the … Continue reading Gorgeous sunset at the Bonneville Salt Flats

First photograph of the Milky Way

Canon 60D | 10-22mm lens | 30″ | f/4.5 | ISO 1600 | RAW In my previous posts, I’ve alluded to my photographs of the actual Milky Way. Not to … Continue reading First photograph of the Milky Way

Mountain snow shouldn’t be yellow

More than a year ago I was chatting with a colleague who has taken some amazing landscape photos. He mentioned that rather than using the circular screw on filters, he … Continue reading Mountain snow shouldn’t be yellow