When our family set the Oregon coast as the family summer vacation destination of 2014, I was excited to see and photograph an area of the country that I had … Continue reading Capturing the Tillamook Rock Lighthouse in Oregon
Capturing photos of glassware is a challenge. The reflective surface will highlight any bright source of light – windows across the room, light bulbs in the ceiling and even the … Continue reading Capturing Glassware – Third times the charm
While visiting New York City with my wife and daughter last April, we made a stop by Ground Zero. I was mesmerized by the reflections of the blue sky and … Continue reading Looking Through New York City’s Freedom Tower… Almost!
I’ve seen the Life Flight medical/rescue helicopters lift off from the helipad at Intermountain Medical Center numerous times. I have also been standing there with the sole purpose of capturing … Continue reading Life Flight helicopter and a magnificent reflection
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
I may have picked the wrong night for my family to trek to downtown Salt Lake City to see the lights at Temple Square. It was freezing outside, the food … Continue reading Enjoying Temple Square at Christmas time
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
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
I really enjoyed sitting out under the stars while capturing photos of the Milky Way last weekend. I was amazed at the number of stars that I was able to … Continue reading A starry night over the mountain lake
Utah is known for the Holy War – Red v. Blue. Utes v. Cougars. Right v. Wrong. I stand on the correct side of this epic battle. Originally, I began … Continue reading Reflections of the Holy War: Red v. Blue
Yesterday I shared the flower photo I shot in my backyard using a macro lens. I also provided a link to a photo on my Flickr page that used a … Continue reading Help! I’m trapped in a water droplet!
I’ve seen this type of photo circulating online for a while and have always wanted to try and capture it myself. Since I didn’t get a decent macro lens until … Continue reading Macro Photography: A flower as seen through a water droplet