Archive for the 'Aerials' Category

Learning about Life and Photography by Jumping from a Plane

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Picture: Tandem paragliders floating down past the moon, Tres Pinos, San Benito County, California What can you learn about life and photography by jumping out of an airplane? Last week I had an opportunity to jump out of a perfectly good airplane while flying at 13,000 feet over the Sacramento Valley. I hear some of […]

Aerial view over Maui and tips for shooting from airlines

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

Picture: Aerial view of clouds and sugar cane fields over south central Maui while on approach to Kahalui Airport, Maui, Hawaii I started my last post with the idea that photography, especially travel photography, is often about finding yourself balanced between things you can and can’t control. And such is exactly the case when shooting […]

Big Sur? No, Sir.

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Picture: High above the Pacific Ocean along the steep and rugged hills of the Sonoma County coast, California

High Over Utah

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Picture: View from 36,000 feet over Utah One of the nice things about prioritizing some long overdue editing is finding shots you forgot had been sitting idle, quietly tucked away on a computer hard drive. This is one of those. If anyone recognizes the area, please let me know. I’m thinking this might be the […]

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