Photographing in Ireland

Photographing in Ireland

It always seems that the vision of somewhere you have not traveled to yet is wedged somewhere between the actual reality of the place and the fantasy concocted in your mind.  On my first ever visit to Ireland, I did not see any lephracauns or blarney stones residing...
Portrait of San Francisco

Portrait of San Francisco

  Shameless plug: my new San Francisco book is a really stunning look at one of the most intriguing cities in the world. Signed copies are available on my website. You can also purchase my other new release, “Badlands Impressions”. I will be happy to personalize them...

Crater Lake Photo Tips

  The steady ascension up the roadway that leads to the volcanic rim above Crater Lake just does not prepare your senses for the first glimpse of the sparkling blue water below. “Awe” is the best adjective when confronted with a view of the deepest lake in the United...

Late summer newsletter

Late Summer Newsletter Greetings from Big Sky Country, I’m often asked for equipment advice and what I use in the field. I recently re-tooled my gear, so this is the perfect time to discuss what is actually in my camera bag. I don’t profess to be a...
The smaller picture

The smaller picture

Often times in landscape photography the goal is to capture the “big” landscape. You know the wide angle, f16 depth of field images that contain dramatic lighting with foreground wildflowers and distant mountain peaks all in focus. These type of images are...
Capturing March Madness

Capturing March Madness

As you can imagine, shooting fast moving sports action in a dimly lit arena poses many challenges to come out with successful images. I’ve shot at the Montana high school state basketball tournament several times over the last 14 years. My first shoot at this...