Hey all, I've just made the biggest change to my website since becoming a photographer! I was getting increasingly uncomfortable with the tight box of photo-service websites, the lack of customization, limited options, etc. So I decided to take the leap and go full custom. After MONTHS of work I finally have something to show. Hope you enjoy! Link in bio. [To celebrate this, I'm offering 30% off site-wide until the end of the week! This includes prints & instruction]
In the surf in Kauai 🌊 I’m excited to announce that I’m teaming up with my good friend @nickpagephotography to offer our second Kauai workshop. Our last one was great. Kauai is pretty off the map when it comes to “photography Disney Lands” but the island is ripe with photographic opportunities. Come hang with Nick and I for a week and drink some Mai Thais 🍹 and get some cool photos. A few spots are already filled, link in bio!
One of the fun things about Glacier National Park is how close you feel close to wildlife. At one point on a trail I was standing a mere 20 feet from a young male moose. I saw a number of bears. Even a few longhorn sheep. But of all my encounters, I was most excited about this fox. They are a naturally intelligent and mysterious animal. I liked the way his head rests against the grass and his intense gaze. Hope you enjoy!
Iceland and the beautiful ice formations on black sand beach. Now before you young Whipper-snappers bring out the pitchforks 🧜🏼♂️ this is most definitely, certainly a composite. I don’t do them often, but when i do, i drink Dos Equis. The fg is one image and the sky is another. I had fun making it 🌊⛈
Ever started a hike and been so immersed that you just kept going and going? I was only planning to go out a mile and a half but I ended up going much further. About 6 miles deep into my hike i arrived at this lake. It would’ve been a little easier without a full size tripod and 3 lenses on my back. But nonetheless, it was worth it. I had my bear spray as i was all alone and the day was fading. I found this nice patch of beargrass nestled in these trees. Mount Helen received a nice streak of light illuminating its peak. This was a really tough shot to bring together. It’s a perspective blend and focus stack. But the wind was going crazy so focus stacking was “LEL”
A great sunrise to start the day off right. If you feel like you can reach out and touch the rocks in this image, then my goal is complete. I was really hoping to get a chance to create an image like this. This is one of my favorite locations in the park. The views are incredible. The rocks on this shore take on this beautiful palette of red and cool blues. The rocks take on their own life, especially when wet, where you can see all the details. I created this image with a perspective blend and a focus stacking about 6 image. The rocks are smooth and when wet take on a beautiful sheen, like they are polished by a collector. This image has a number of peaks including Citadel Mountain, Mount Fusillade and Goat mountain.
I have finally returned from my trip to Glacier National Park! This was easily one of the most soul-refreshing trips of my life. I'll be posting a number of images, including some different perspectives and even some wildlife that I was fortunate enough to capture. I wanted to start things off with this image as I was experimenting with an idea here. The waves of this large lake are mostly wind-driven, creating ripples through the water. I made my way about knee-deep in the water and got this low perspective. While out in the water, I decided to open up the aperture to give the DOF effect you're seeing here. Hope you enjoyed this image, many more on the way!