The past year has brought a variety of things to photograph: sailboats on a lake in Colorado, an engagement, state championship baseball, football in a rainstorm — to name a few. Hover over the images below (or through the Continue Reading link below) to read the caption.
The National Park Service turned 100 today. Here’s a few photos from my time in the parks.
After our Colorado trip, I still wasn’t too happy with how my Milky Way photos turned out. Stumbling across a Peta Pixel article, I found a video showing how to properly edit Milky Way photos. Here’s the result:
For about 10 years I’ve been trying to get a decent shot of the Milky Way while on a trip in Colorado. Getting in location plus getting the settings right was always a challenge, especially when opportunities are often limited by weather. During this year’s trip there was one night of good weather. We endedContinue reading “Photographing the Milky Way”
I saved the photos from the Olympic Training Center to post just before the opening ceremony at the Rio Olympics. The training center is one of a few in the U.S. and is open to the public. Tours are $12 per person and feature mostly outside views of the facilities with a few inside looksContinue reading “The Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs”
This is a video from our trip to Crystal Mill – just outside of Marble, Colo. – in 2011. It was filmed on a GoPro and Vimeo destroyed the video quality. It was a fun trip and the photos at the end were worth it.
Here’s the rest of the photos from our Colorado trip: Granby Ranch (formerly Headwaters at Granby Ranch), shot on Panasonic GX7: