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Most comments: 31

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2014-04-24 20:05:06 (31 comments, 33 reshares, 371 +1s)Open 

The One Tree...

From a beautifully calm and peaceful morning this spring in the Columbia River Gorge. Thanks for looking!

Most reshares: 46

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2014-04-16 16:38:13 (17 comments, 46 reshares, 83 +1s)Open 

Springing...

Back at it again......for now:)

Most plusones: 371

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2014-04-24 20:05:06 (31 comments, 33 reshares, 371 +1s)Open 

The One Tree...

From a beautifully calm and peaceful morning this spring in the Columbia River Gorge. Thanks for looking!

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2014-06-12 05:13:58 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 31 +1s)Open 

Long time listener, first time caller....
Here's one from a few years ago from some cool playa at the Alvord. Thanks for looking and sharing!

Long time listener, first time caller....
Here's one from a few years ago from some cool playa at the Alvord. Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-05-29 18:20:08 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 68 +1s)Open 

Snowballs...

A little off the road bushwhachin'. Thanks for looking and sharing!

Snowballs...

A little off the road bushwhachin'. Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-05-27 07:35:13 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 46 +1s)Open 

Shine On...
Here's an incredible tree we hung around for an hour or so, never really straying that far from it. Every time the light would change or the fog would move and the tree would become more isolated by the light, we run back and start shooting it again. Awesome to find sweet little gems like this in the forest. I'm trying to get through my files a bit faster than I usually do so I'm not backlogged forever like I usually am, so you'll be seeing quite a few forest and coast shot in the next days and weeks. Thanks for looking and sharing.

Shine On...
Here's an incredible tree we hung around for an hour or so, never really straying that far from it. Every time the light would change or the fog would move and the tree would become more isolated by the light, we run back and start shooting it again. Awesome to find sweet little gems like this in the forest. I'm trying to get through my files a bit faster than I usually do so I'm not backlogged forever like I usually am, so you'll be seeing quite a few forest and coast shot in the next days and weeks. Thanks for looking and sharing.___

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2014-05-27 02:02:56 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Got interviewed by my old buddy Zack Schnepf from Photo Cascadia for their blog. Great group of guys and a real honor to be interviewed. Take a look!

Got interviewed by my old buddy Zack Schnepf from Photo Cascadia for their blog. Great group of guys and a real honor to be interviewed. Take a look!___

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2014-05-26 20:34:39 (11 comments, 2 reshares, 98 +1s)Open 

The Way Out...

So here's a cool shot from my trip to the redwoods. These woods are kinda spooky when you are the only one around and the fog is thick. It creates a really dark atmosphere in there, but when the fog starts to burn off or move it really becomes magical. I can't believe I actually took the time to shoot a selfie. Normally, I am all business when the lights shows start to happen, but I have recently been making a conscience effort to have more fun and do some different stuff like this during the show. Thanks for looking and sharing!

The Way Out...

So here's a cool shot from my trip to the redwoods. These woods are kinda spooky when you are the only one around and the fog is thick. It creates a really dark atmosphere in there, but when the fog starts to burn off or move it really becomes magical. I can't believe I actually took the time to shoot a selfie. Normally, I am all business when the lights shows start to happen, but I have recently been making a conscience effort to have more fun and do some different stuff like this during the show. Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-05-18 21:41:03 (4 comments, 6 reshares, 42 +1s)Open 

The Gorge Experience...

Awesome day in the gorge with my buddy +Michael Bollino. We photographed common stuff, but also tried to find unique stuff as well. Thanks for looking and sharing!

The Gorge Experience...

Awesome day in the gorge with my buddy +Michael Bollino. We photographed common stuff, but also tried to find unique stuff as well. Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-05-17 17:17:38 (3 comments, 7 reshares, 92 +1s)Open 

Golden Fall...

Here's a kinda abstracty side of Proxy falls I hit a couple of years ago with +Scott Miller. It sat in the archives for a while, almost forgot I had it. I remember the water being so big and the mist just impossible to shoot in that thinking outside the box to stay productive was really our only option. We ended up staying up on the side of the falls a lot longer than if we were shooting the falls from the low vantage. The cool thing about staying at a spot for a while, even hours, is that you can see the light change and develop. Thanks for looking and sharing!

Golden Fall...

Here's a kinda abstracty side of Proxy falls I hit a couple of years ago with +Scott Miller. It sat in the archives for a while, almost forgot I had it. I remember the water being so big and the mist just impossible to shoot in that thinking outside the box to stay productive was really our only option. We ended up staying up on the side of the falls a lot longer than if we were shooting the falls from the low vantage. The cool thing about staying at a spot for a while, even hours, is that you can see the light change and develop. Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-05-15 23:27:56 (2 comments, 5 reshares, 56 +1s)Open 

I was going through the archives and found this gem in the rough....I should have spent a little time going through this file years ago. Thanks for looking!

I was going through the archives and found this gem in the rough....I should have spent a little time going through this file years ago. Thanks for looking!___

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2014-05-15 22:04:59 (2 comments, 4 reshares, 54 +1s)Open 

Thanks for looking and sharing!

Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-05-14 00:48:04 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 35 +1s)Open 

The Grove...

A few weeks ago while scouting for flowers I saw this oak grove that I've walked passed a thousand times, but this time the long shadows caught my eye. Sun stars are always a plus! Thanks for looking and sharing!

The Grove...

A few weeks ago while scouting for flowers I saw this oak grove that I've walked passed a thousand times, but this time the long shadows caught my eye. Sun stars are always a plus! Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-05-13 03:44:41 (3 comments, 3 reshares, 91 +1s)Open 

Flow...

Perfect Saturday morning all by myself in the gorge, couldn't of asked for a better way to spend the morning. Thanks for looking and sharing!

Flow...

Perfect Saturday morning all by myself in the gorge, couldn't of asked for a better way to spend the morning. Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-05-10 21:49:49 (3 comments, 9 reshares, 82 +1s)Open 

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2014-05-10 15:43:07 (4 comments, 2 reshares, 64 +1s)Open 

Rowena...

A beautiful morning a couple years back. I just never got around to processing a vertical of the shot, in color. Thanks for looking and sharing!

Rowena...

A beautiful morning a couple years back. I just never got around to processing a vertical of the shot, in color. Thanks for looking and sharing!___

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2014-04-30 22:58:29 (8 comments, 4 reshares, 28 +1s)Open 

My friend +Jeff Hobson got some sick wave action at the southern Oregon coast. Check it out and the rest of his stellar portfolio.

"On the Edge"

Please feel free to SHARE :)

Here is a shot that was taken Easter sunday this month of the largest event of wave display I have ever seen. The is +Steven Michael in the foreground who so bravely walked down to the edge so us photographers could capture him as a size comparison to these waves! Met some wonderful photographers and had an absolute blast! Nobody was hurt during the photographing, and there has been no photo manipulation what so ever. Thanks for looking everybody, have a great day!! +Patricia Davidson, +John Ramer, +Steven Michael, +Tracy Fawns___My friend +Jeff Hobson got some sick wave action at the southern Oregon coast. Check it out and the rest of his stellar portfolio.

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2014-04-30 20:20:14 (3 comments, 10 reshares, 88 +1s)Open 

Radiate...

Spring in the gorge...Thanks for looking!

Radiate...

Spring in the gorge...Thanks for looking!___

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2014-04-28 01:40:24 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 47 +1s)Open 

The Snag...

Out in the eastern gorge this weekend, trying to brave the wind and find some interesting comps for the evening yielded some cool stuff while exploring. Thanks for looking!

The Snag...

Out in the eastern gorge this weekend, trying to brave the wind and find some interesting comps for the evening yielded some cool stuff while exploring. Thanks for looking!___

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2014-04-24 20:05:06 (31 comments, 33 reshares, 371 +1s)Open 

The One Tree...

From a beautifully calm and peaceful morning this spring in the Columbia River Gorge. Thanks for looking!

The One Tree...

From a beautifully calm and peaceful morning this spring in the Columbia River Gorge. Thanks for looking!___

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2014-04-16 16:38:13 (17 comments, 46 reshares, 83 +1s)Open 

Springing...

Back at it again......for now:)

Springing...

Back at it again......for now:)___

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2013-05-31 16:52:43 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Want to see and photograph the Columbia River Gorge while it's at peak? May and June are the best months of the year to experience this gem of the Pacific Northwest. I offer private workshops that fit your schedule. Come get some before this season is over. Schedule before June 7th and receive a 25% discount!

Want to see and photograph the Columbia River Gorge while it's at peak? May and June are the best months of the year to experience this gem of the Pacific Northwest. I offer private workshops that fit your schedule. Come get some before this season is over. Schedule before June 7th and receive a 25% discount!___

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2013-05-29 22:08:01 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

I am now offering Online Photoshop Lessons!

I am now offering Online Photoshop Lessons!___

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2013-05-28 04:04:06 (10 comments, 5 reshares, 104 +1s)Open 

Ents...

From a wonderful, wet, long, and painful hike up an area not photographed often in the Columbia River Gorge. Thanks for looking! I now offer Photoshop lessons via Skype. 

Ents...

From a wonderful, wet, long, and painful hike up an area not photographed often in the Columbia River Gorge. Thanks for looking! I now offer Photoshop lessons via Skype. ___

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2013-05-27 22:37:17 (5 comments, 3 reshares, 49 +1s)Open 

Fragility....

If you are amazed by the delicate details of nature....photograph it!
Thanks for looking!

Fragility....

If you are amazed by the delicate details of nature....photograph it!
Thanks for looking!___

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2013-05-27 20:49:17 (10 comments, 4 reshares, 80 +1s)Open 

Here's a new one I got while out the other day with friends +Scott Miller +Ron Coscorrosa +Sarah Marino  on nice mellow hike. Got lots of cool macros and intimate scenes. It was a great way to walk off a good lunch. Thanks for looking!

Here's a new one I got while out the other day with friends +Scott Miller +Ron Coscorrosa +Sarah Marino  on nice mellow hike. Got lots of cool macros and intimate scenes. It was a great way to walk off a good lunch. Thanks for looking!___

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2013-05-25 07:14:53 (5 comments, 23 reshares, 71 +1s)Open 

Wild Emerald...

Had an amazing day out in the gorge today! Finally a new falls I haven't shot a million times. It wasn't a crazy hike to get to, but the scramble up the creek and over several 5-7 foot falls to get to this falls took some boldering skill and confidence. The exposure on a couple of the traverses makes it understandable why you don't see this location photographed too often. It is a real gem. For as steep as the gorge it is in and not having any fallen trees makes this place that much more special. The only downside was that the mist from the falls made it very, very hard to get a clean shot without a bunch of mist on the lens. Took a couple of hours shooting it to finally get enough clean images. Thanks for looking!:) 

Wild Emerald...

Had an amazing day out in the gorge today! Finally a new falls I haven't shot a million times. It wasn't a crazy hike to get to, but the scramble up the creek and over several 5-7 foot falls to get to this falls took some boldering skill and confidence. The exposure on a couple of the traverses makes it understandable why you don't see this location photographed too often. It is a real gem. For as steep as the gorge it is in and not having any fallen trees makes this place that much more special. The only downside was that the mist from the falls made it very, very hard to get a clean shot without a bunch of mist on the lens. Took a couple of hours shooting it to finally get enough clean images. Thanks for looking!:) ___

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2013-05-23 23:44:37 (5 comments, 3 reshares, 77 +1s)Open 

Northwest Allure...

Spent the day out in the rain yesterday way up some insanely green areas of the Columbia River Gorge. Thanks for looking 

Northwest Allure...

Spent the day out in the rain yesterday way up some insanely green areas of the Columbia River Gorge. Thanks for looking ___

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2013-05-21 19:45:08 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 40 +1s)Open 

Morning sunlight on a giant dahlia...Thanks for looking!

Morning sunlight on a giant dahlia...Thanks for looking!___

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2013-05-20 00:08:50 (6 comments, 3 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

Curl...

I just love the photo opportunities in the gorge right off the side of the trail. A slow walk practically anywhere in the gorge right now yields some really beautiful images. Thank for looking! 

Curl...

I just love the photo opportunities in the gorge right off the side of the trail. A slow walk practically anywhere in the gorge right now yields some really beautiful images. Thank for looking! ___

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2013-05-19 23:06:10 (3 comments, 4 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

Elowah Falls...

Had a great afternoon up at Elowah Falls with +Scott Miller yesterday. Condition were great,  with no wind/mist in the air we were able to get some nice shots. Thanks for looking!

Elowah Falls...

Had a great afternoon up at Elowah Falls with +Scott Miller yesterday. Condition were great,  with no wind/mist in the air we were able to get some nice shots. Thanks for looking!___

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2013-05-09 04:24:55 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 35 +1s)Open 

Beautiful soft morning light washing over a dew covered dahlia. Thanks for looking!

Beautiful soft morning light washing over a dew covered dahlia. Thanks for looking!___

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2013-04-30 23:34:24 (8 comments, 5 reshares, 79 +1s)Open 

Coastal Tranquility...

I saw the cloud cover yesterday and made a late decision to blast out to the coast with just a little time to shoot. My buddy +Rick Lundh and I got there just in time before sunset. I posted up in one spot and shot it til the sun went down. It was great night. Thanks for looking. 

Coastal Tranquility...

I saw the cloud cover yesterday and made a late decision to blast out to the coast with just a little time to shoot. My buddy +Rick Lundh and I got there just in time before sunset. I posted up in one spot and shot it til the sun went down. It was great night. Thanks for looking. ___

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2013-04-29 19:57:24 (4 comments, 4 reshares, 69 +1s)Open 

Here's a cool shot of a Dinner Plate Dahlia...I think that's what they call it. Anyway, this thing is huge! Bigger than my whole head and a blast to photograph. Thanks for looking.

Here's a cool shot of a Dinner Plate Dahlia...I think that's what they call it. Anyway, this thing is huge! Bigger than my whole head and a blast to photograph. Thanks for looking.___

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2013-04-29 03:18:20 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

The Golden Hour...

Here's one from a few years ago while on a trip to Colorado. Thanks for looking!

The Golden Hour...

Here's one from a few years ago while on a trip to Colorado. Thanks for looking!___

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2013-04-28 20:33:25 (6 comments, 8 reshares, 63 +1s)Open 

Morning Stretch...

I shot this many years ago very deep in the Columbia River Gorge. We had hiked up a creek for hours, traversing the creek back and forth, gaining elevation with every step. About hundred feet from the creek and trying to find a better way up, we came across this beautiful scene. Thanks for looking. 

Morning Stretch...

I shot this many years ago very deep in the Columbia River Gorge. We had hiked up a creek for hours, traversing the creek back and forth, gaining elevation with every step. About hundred feet from the creek and trying to find a better way up, we came across this beautiful scene. Thanks for looking. ___

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2013-04-28 20:03:06 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 39 +1s)Open 

Colorfalls...

I shot this last year while on a trip with +Scott Miller to Proxy Falls. We had to get a little bit creative when the clouds disappeared and made shooting the traditional view nearly impossible. Thanks for looking!

Colorfalls...

I shot this last year while on a trip with +Scott Miller to Proxy Falls. We had to get a little bit creative when the clouds disappeared and made shooting the traditional view nearly impossible. Thanks for looking!___

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2013-04-25 03:16:11 (8 comments, 5 reshares, 69 +1s)Open 

A little unconventional for the time of season we are in up here in the northwest, but I thought it just looked so dam cool. It's been a year since I shot this and have always thought it would look cool in black and white....your thoughts? Thanks for looking.

A little unconventional for the time of season we are in up here in the northwest, but I thought it just looked so dam cool. It's been a year since I shot this and have always thought it would look cool in black and white....your thoughts? Thanks for looking.___

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2013-04-24 23:28:29 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

In the archives messing around. Here's one from last year while scouting around in the mountains around Silverstar mountain. Thanks for looking!

In the archives messing around. Here's one from last year while scouting around in the mountains around Silverstar mountain. Thanks for looking!___

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2013-04-23 22:43:08 (10 comments, 10 reshares, 54 +1s)Open 

Finally trying to get back into the swing of things....here's one from Saturday. Felt great to get back out there. Thanks for looking!

Finally trying to get back into the swing of things....here's one from Saturday. Felt great to get back out there. Thanks for looking!___

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2012-10-09 17:51:03 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

Check out my friend, +Alex Noriega . He's a great photographer that just keeps on producing better and better images every time he posts. Add him!

A different take on the old tree at Crater Lake. Best viewed on a dark background, so CLICK IT OR I WILL HATE YOU FOREVER. If you don't have Firefox, Safari, or the latest version of Chrome (which all correctly support color profiles), the shadows will probably look crushed.

Yep, that's the moon on the left, and no, this isn't a composite in the way you may be thinking.

The original exposure had many stars in it, but they were quite dim at f/11 and ISO 100. So, I cloned them all out and replaced them with stars from an exposure taken shortly after this at f/3.5, ISO 800, to make them pop. The moon was in the original exposure; it's untouched.

This is NOT sunset - the post-sunset sky color just lingered a VERY long time on this evening. It's rare, but the handful of times I've seen this happen, it has been at high elevation - so I believe that has to do with it. The colors were achieved through white balance, but are completely naturally pulled from the RAW. Obviously I took some artistic liberty with the glow in the LR, but that's just a localized exposure and white balance adjustment.

The light on the tree is partly natural from twilight, and partly from me light painting during the exposure with my headlamp.___Check out my friend, +Alex Noriega . He's a great photographer that just keeps on producing better and better images every time he posts. Add him!

2012-09-27 22:31:16 (11 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

I've gotten a few emails of people wondering what I was up to, so I thought I'd drop by and let folks know why I haven't been posting and probably will have limited posts for a while. I've decided to go back to school. With both of my kids in school now and whole days of nothing to do except photography, I decided I wanted more. I never finished getting a degree and figured it was a great time to do it. While I still do and love photography, I want to learn more about the nuts and bolts of the industry. I'm going for a degree in graphic design/multimedia for now...who knows what it'll be in the end. So for now....keep on shooting and posting! I still love checking stuff out while I study. :) Peace

I've gotten a few emails of people wondering what I was up to, so I thought I'd drop by and let folks know why I haven't been posting and probably will have limited posts for a while. I've decided to go back to school. With both of my kids in school now and whole days of nothing to do except photography, I decided I wanted more. I never finished getting a degree and figured it was a great time to do it. While I still do and love photography, I want to learn more about the nuts and bolts of the industry. I'm going for a degree in graphic design/multimedia for now...who knows what it'll be in the end. So for now....keep on shooting and posting! I still love checking stuff out while I study. :) Peace___

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2012-08-31 14:58:15 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Camerapixo has rounded up an awesome group of photogs from around the world and I am honored to be included among them. If you haven't checked out their magazine, you should. Lots of inspirational work there. Thanks for checking it out and sharing!

Camerapixo has rounded up an awesome group of photogs from around the world and I am honored to be included among them. If you haven't checked out their magazine, you should. Lots of inspirational work there. Thanks for checking it out and sharing!___

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2012-08-29 20:48:13 (9 comments, 3 reshares, 65 +1s)Open 

Beaded...

Here's a cool one from Rainier last week. After coming down from the mountain one morning we spotted an incredible bunch of cornlilly. +Alex Noriega +Alex Mody +Michael Bollino and I took turns photographing it. Being maybe 2-3 square feet, there seemed to be endless comps within it, and the morning dew really played to its advantage. Thanks for lookin!

Beaded...

Here's a cool one from Rainier last week. After coming down from the mountain one morning we spotted an incredible bunch of cornlilly. +Alex Noriega +Alex Mody +Michael Bollino and I took turns photographing it. Being maybe 2-3 square feet, there seemed to be endless comps within it, and the morning dew really played to its advantage. Thanks for lookin!___

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2012-08-29 04:52:30 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

Starflame...

Dahlias are blooming! One of the funnest flowers to shoot in my opinion. Such a great abstract and graphic quaility to them, it seems like the comps are endless. This shot may seem simple, but in reality one of the hardest I've done as far as stacking and blending of images. I did use the auto-align and blend feature in cs6, but something about the natural gradiations in the colors it couldn't seem to pick the sharpest pixals out of the six images shot for this. So it ended up being a blend of auto and manual blending to achieve. Thanks for looking.

Starflame...

Dahlias are blooming! One of the funnest flowers to shoot in my opinion. Such a great abstract and graphic quaility to them, it seems like the comps are endless. This shot may seem simple, but in reality one of the hardest I've done as far as stacking and blending of images. I did use the auto-align and blend feature in cs6, but something about the natural gradiations in the colors it couldn't seem to pick the sharpest pixals out of the six images shot for this. So it ended up being a blend of auto and manual blending to achieve. Thanks for looking.___

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2012-08-21 07:24:39 (18 comments, 3 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

Jack Attack!...

Flowers are a-booming this year! This is from Three Finger Jack in the Sisters Wilderness in Oregon this last weekend. My buddy Paul Bowman and I took off early Saturday morning for a short overnight backpack into TFJ. Other than being crazy hot the hike was awesome. As we approached the upper meadow I saw a pretty good size meadow of lupine, then as I rounded the corner and saw  acres of lupine! By far the larger display of lupine I have ever seen, and it was in full peak bloom! It was a great trip.
As for the technicals here, there was quite a bit of dof blending going on (obviously), I used 5 shots. 3 for the paintbrush and front row of lupine to get tack sharp front to back and 2 for the mid and back. The 5th shot was double processed for the mountain and then the sky. All shots were shot at f16, 640 iso, shutter speeds varied.
I know this may not be that appealingt... more »

Jack Attack!...

Flowers are a-booming this year! This is from Three Finger Jack in the Sisters Wilderness in Oregon this last weekend. My buddy Paul Bowman and I took off early Saturday morning for a short overnight backpack into TFJ. Other than being crazy hot the hike was awesome. As we approached the upper meadow I saw a pretty good size meadow of lupine, then as I rounded the corner and saw  acres of lupine! By far the larger display of lupine I have ever seen, and it was in full peak bloom! It was a great trip.
As for the technicals here, there was quite a bit of dof blending going on (obviously), I used 5 shots. 3 for the paintbrush and front row of lupine to get tack sharp front to back and 2 for the mid and back. The 5th shot was double processed for the mountain and then the sky. All shots were shot at f16, 640 iso, shutter speeds varied.
I know this may not be that appealing to some. The "in ur face" look isn't for everyone, and I understand that. For me, this was really more of at exercise in the technicalities it took to do it. I believe it adds a new element to the image, aside from just being a beautiful mountain scene. Being able to see the crispy sharpness in nature from front to back is kinda cool in some shots. So with that said....Thanks for looking, commenting and sharing!___

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2012-08-17 18:48:48 (16 comments, 2 reshares, 42 +1s)Open 

Tranquility Green...

Here's a shot from my recent trip to Glacier National Park with my buddy +Brian Kibbons .   This shot has been on my mind for years now, and very elusive for me. It seems like everytime I'm out shooting wildflowers I see all these beauitful cornlillies everywhere, but they all are well past prime. If I had more time I would just go out earlier and shoot them specifically, but the allure of the epic wildflower scene seems to be what drive my ambitions. Well anyway, this I was earlier at Glacier and found a bunch of really great cornlillies above Lunch creek. This is just a quick process of one shot of the gigs of shots I got of these beautiful plants. I'll have to dole them out slowly so I can have some to process for years, since I doubt I'll hit them in their prime for a while. Thanks for looking!

Tranquility Green...

Here's a shot from my recent trip to Glacier National Park with my buddy +Brian Kibbons .   This shot has been on my mind for years now, and very elusive for me. It seems like everytime I'm out shooting wildflowers I see all these beauitful cornlillies everywhere, but they all are well past prime. If I had more time I would just go out earlier and shoot them specifically, but the allure of the epic wildflower scene seems to be what drive my ambitions. Well anyway, this I was earlier at Glacier and found a bunch of really great cornlillies above Lunch creek. This is just a quick process of one shot of the gigs of shots I got of these beautiful plants. I'll have to dole them out slowly so I can have some to process for years, since I doubt I'll hit them in their prime for a while. Thanks for looking!___

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2012-08-12 17:31:09 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 35 +1s)Open 

Breathe...

Here's one I got after a nice peaceful walk up to Bald Peak lookout. I didn't see another person whole time I was there, so it was really a great time after a stressful day to get out and shoot. I love just sitting at scenes like these and not shooting sometimes. I think since I became a photographer I sometimes forget that I used to do this day in and day out without a camera. Chasing the light is really fun and exciting, but slowing down and enjoying what we photograph is quite often a better payoff than the photograph itself. Thanks for looking!

Breathe...

Here's one I got after a nice peaceful walk up to Bald Peak lookout. I didn't see another person whole time I was there, so it was really a great time after a stressful day to get out and shoot. I love just sitting at scenes like these and not shooting sometimes. I think since I became a photographer I sometimes forget that I used to do this day in and day out without a camera. Chasing the light is really fun and exciting, but slowing down and enjoying what we photograph is quite often a better payoff than the photograph itself. Thanks for looking!___

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2012-07-31 06:38:09 (16 comments, 9 reshares, 67 +1s)Open 

Tigerland...

Trying to get a bit earlier this year and get some action at some lower elevations. This is from around Silver Star Mountain in Washington a week and a half ago with +Scott Miller.  We thought we were going to get a pretty good sunset til the clouds rolled in...still pretty good though. Was one of those evening when the light casts this beautiful glow over everything. We had a great night up in the mountains. Thanks for looking!

Tigerland...

Trying to get a bit earlier this year and get some action at some lower elevations. This is from around Silver Star Mountain in Washington a week and a half ago with +Scott Miller.  We thought we were going to get a pretty good sunset til the clouds rolled in...still pretty good though. Was one of those evening when the light casts this beautiful glow over everything. We had a great night up in the mountains. Thanks for looking!___

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2012-07-30 17:01:19 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 38 +1s)Open 

Gorilla in the Mist....
I just got back from a fun 5 day trip with +Scott Miller  where we hit some great spots in central Oregon, then up to Rainier, then down to Cape Kiwanda. We met up with +Dustin Gent and +Brian Kibbons for Rainier and Kiwanda. It was a lot more driving than either of us wanted to do, but we were chasing the clouds and trying to get to places that +Scott Miller hasn't been to yet. While I think we had to work a bit harder to find stuff at each spot, I feel like got got some good stuff. More importantly, we just had a great time. Thanks for looking!

Gorilla in the Mist....
I just got back from a fun 5 day trip with +Scott Miller  where we hit some great spots in central Oregon, then up to Rainier, then down to Cape Kiwanda. We met up with +Dustin Gent and +Brian Kibbons for Rainier and Kiwanda. It was a lot more driving than either of us wanted to do, but we were chasing the clouds and trying to get to places that +Scott Miller hasn't been to yet. While I think we had to work a bit harder to find stuff at each spot, I feel like got got some good stuff. More importantly, we just had a great time. Thanks for looking!___

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2012-07-17 22:27:41 (23 comments, 7 reshares, 87 +1s)Open 

Fire on the Mountain...
Took off for the mountain last night with high hopes, as I have been skunked there quite often over the years. Payback. There were not a ton of flowers yet but with the help of my buddy Paul Bowman, who found this bunch, we were able to get some nice shots. Thanks for looking!

Fire on the Mountain...
Took off for the mountain last night with high hopes, as I have been skunked there quite often over the years. Payback. There were not a ton of flowers yet but with the help of my buddy Paul Bowman, who found this bunch, we were able to get some nice shots. Thanks for looking!___

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2012-07-15 21:37:38 (6 comments, 1 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

Pink Mist...
Here's a shot from the Oregon coast last Suturday around Seal Rocks. Three days there and only good light on one evening. Had a great time camping with the family though. Thanks for looking!

Pink Mist...
Here's a shot from the Oregon coast last Suturday around Seal Rocks. Three days there and only good light on one evening. Had a great time camping with the family though. Thanks for looking!___

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2012-07-07 18:57:13 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 48 +1s)Open 

Messing around in the archives...thanks for looking!

Messing around in the archives...thanks for looking!___

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