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New York City: The Buildings from a Boat

Last month I was honored to accompany my wife and daughter to New York City. The location was my daughters choice, though she had initially selected Paris, France, for the … Continue reading New York City: The Buildings from a Boat

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Launching a Photo Project: Temples and Testimonies

I’m launching a photo project this week around a subject that I not only love to photograph, but one that provides me an opportunity to share testimonies from members of … Continue reading Launching a Photo Project: Temples and Testimonies

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

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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

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

Preparing to Launch a Photo Project – Stay Tuned!

I’ve taken what seems like a bazillion photos. My subjects have ranged from macro to wide angle, and everything in between. Many of the photos I have taken (the good … Continue reading Preparing to Launch a Photo Project – Stay Tuned!

Dropping or popping a water balloon for a photo

A few days ago I saw an awesome video of a photographer who was popping ballons on models heads to create water wigs. While I don’t have the equipment to … Continue reading Dropping or popping a water balloon for a photo

Capturing the water drop and splash is tedious

After spending 20 minutes getting everything setup for the shot – the catch basin filled and positioned, the water dropper aligned, flash settings configured and synced with the camera, the … Continue reading Capturing the water drop and splash is tedious

Capturing the floating paperclip

The paperclip was merely a tool I was using for a completely different capture, but I loved the way it turned out and couldn’t resist sharing it. Canon 60D | … Continue reading Capturing the floating paperclip

Starbursts on the chandelier

The other morning, while photographing in the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, I noticed the chandelier¬† hanging in the center of the room. How could I not photograph something so elegant? … Continue reading Starbursts on the chandelier