Tag Archives: Backpacking

Breaking the rules: Shooting into the sun

Breaking the rules: Shooting into the sun

On a recent hike into the high country near Aspen, Colorado, I was asked, “Aren’t you not supposed to shoot into the sun?” I didn’t really know how to respond, so I said that once rules are “mastered” they can be broken. But honestly, I’m not so sure I agree with that. MORE PHOTOS

A birthday trip off the map

A birthday trip off the map

 For the most part, when I’m shooting in the canyons during the brightest times of the day, I avoid including the sky. The tonal range from the depth of the canyon to the height of the canyon is too much for all cameras, even with today’s sensors. But sometimes, you see a shot that you… MORE PHOTOS

The High Uintas: Rain, fog and Amethyst Lake

The High Uintas: Rain, fog and Amethyst Lake

It’s been quite a while since my last post. I wish I could say it’s because I’ve been out exploring. Quite the contrary, I’ve been working on a myriad of commercial projects and well, moved to Utah a few weeks back, which is why I ventured out to the Uinta Mountains for a two-day escape.… MORE PHOTOS

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