Archive for the 'Utah' Category

My Zion Subway photo featured on Nikon’s web site

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Picture: Left Fork of North Creek at The Subway, Zion National Park, Utah It’s been a bit of a crazy spring & early summer season for me, but there are a number of things which have been going on regarding my photography which deserve a brief mention. Sometimes being accused of being too humble, I […]

Quick Trip Report: Bumpy Roads in the Southwest

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

Picture: Sunrise light over Lake Powell and Navajo Mountain, Glen Canyon NRA, Utah Have you ever had one of those trips where you felt like for one reason or another, your head just wasn’t quite screwed on correctly. Well, I felt that way a few times on this trip. I’ve missed out on a couple […]

What’s Ahead?

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Picture: Driving into Shafer Canyon, Island in the Sky District, Canyonlands National Park, Utah In my last two blog posts, I mentioned about my summer vacation through some of the west’s best National Parks, and how I ‘unplugged’ from the business of being a professional photographer on more than a month of family holiday travels. […]

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 […]

The Sky is Falling Deja Vu

Friday, March 19th, 2010

Picture: Dark storm clouds over Balanced Rock at sunset, Arches National Park, Utah Chicken Little said, “The Sky is Falling! The Sky is Falling!” I just saw that stock photo industy guru, Jim Pickerell wrote in his newsletter, “Selling Stock”: “The stock photo industry is in turmoil. Never in more than 30 years I have […]

RIP Kodachrome

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

Picture: Red rocks at Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah Today, the Kodak Company announced that it was retiring Kodachrome, its flagship slide film that it been producing for well over half a century. Take a look at any National Geographic Magazine circa the early 1990’s or earlier, and that’s all you’ll see; images shot on […]

Announcement: Photo Business Workshop in Utah

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

Picture: Sunrise behind Thor’s Hammer, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. I’m very pleased to announce that I will be co-teaching a workshop on The Business of Outdoor and Nature Photography in conjunction with fellow photographer Charlie Borland and Aspen Photo Workshops. The workshop will be held November 5th through 8th, 2009 at Ruby’s Inn & […]

Mega-Whoops! Target off by more than two miles

Monday, April 20th, 2009

Picture: Tourist family photos being taken by mom while kids stand at the center of the Four Corners Monument, on the Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado borders. I just heard this on the news… It could only have happened in the days before GPS. Yes, I’ve been there. Yes, I now feel ripped off […]

Spammed to death

Friday, May 23rd, 2008

Photo: Cow skull in window sill as western living decor, Valley of the Gods Bed & Breakfast Inn, Valley of the Gods, Utah. It finally happened. I threw up my hands in surrender, and labeled myself, “Spammed to Death”. I ranted back in Feburary about how I was getting 200 spam emails a day. I […]

Unstick that photo mindset

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

Picture: Stormy sunrise over the La Sal Mountains and Washer Woman Arch from atop a mesa, Island in the Sky section, Canyonlands National Park, Utah I refer to the story behind this image to every single workshop client or at public speaking venue that I give. The concept I am trying to teach is to […]

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