Photographer vs. White Sands
Jan25

Photographer vs. White Sands

There’s something about White Sands National Monument that just has my number as a photographer.  This article is called “photographer vs. White Sands”, but it could easily be called “White Sands Kicked my Ass as a Photographer”.  In fact, looking back at the last time that I visited White Sands, I didn’t exactly have the easiest time of it either.  The last article about this beautiful spot in New...

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The Canon 6D vs. the Canon 7D Mark II
Jan14

The Canon 6D vs. the Canon 7D Mark II

If you’re fairly new into DSLR photography and walk into a shop, the Canon 6D and 7D Mark II might seem fairly comparable.  The cost range is essentially the same at that $1800usd price point.  Of course, the two cameras couldn’t be more different.  The 7D Mark II is a high-speed shooting action body with a crop sensor, whereas the 6D is a slow-shooting full frame that has been built to appeal primarily to landscape...

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When is the Right Time of Day to Photograph Horseshoe Bend
Jan13

When is the Right Time of Day to Photograph Horseshoe Bend

The rumors of the beauty of Horseshoe Bend, one of the most photographed locations in America, are not exaggerated.  That, and the ease of access its location just outside of Page, Arizona, also means that you’re not going to be alone when you visit Horseshoe Bend; not by any stretch of the imagination.  In fact, when I visited the bend there were people lining the canyon cliff across the entire brim.  To be honest, I have no...

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My New Year’s Resolutions in Photography
Jan07

My New Year’s Resolutions in Photography

In the 5 or 6 years since I’ve ran this travel blog, I have always done New Year’s Resolutions.  I create goals in all aspects of my life, and think that they are important in helping drive me towards where I want to go, or push me in my being the best person I want to be.  This year, however, I thought it would be cool to create some photography resolutions. It was mid-June when I made the transformation on this blog to...

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Photography at Red Rock Crossing, Sedona
Jan02

Photography at Red Rock Crossing, Sedona

I visited Sedona, Arizona at the very start of 2012 and shot a spot called Red Rock Crossing.  However, when I got home, I realized that I mis-shot the image in a number of ways.  Nothing serious like shooting the wrong ISO or the images weren’t sharp, but just things that I wish I had done differently to make the image more powerful and the scene more dramatic.  I noticed two major issues with my image from Red Rock Crossing...

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