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N 83 B 987 C 6 E Jan 18, 2020 F Jan 18, 2020
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N 276 B 4.4K C 16 E Dec 20, 2019 F Dec 20, 2019
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Hello to everyone coming here from Flickr's top 25 of the year! This is a new image of the famous Mount Whitney from my upcoming California collection, which will round out my 2019 releases. Of course it's not a new composition, but it was easy to process and so it's one of the few I've finished thus far. I actually shot this from inside my home (a travel trailer!) My girlfriend and I were parked here for a wonderful week of chilling and killer views - and I can't complain about how the nomadic lifestyle is treating us!

If you'd like to learn how I process my images, I offer Photoshop tutorials that cover my entire process, including a new one released a couple months ago. And if you'd like to learn from me in the field, TJ Thorne and I are leading a workshop in the area in February - we've still got three spots available!

N 275 B 4.6K C 31 E Oct 19, 2019 F Dec 9, 2019
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When I decided to head back to Europe again this year, I had to stop and really think through what it was I wanted to shoot. A good many landscape photographers think it's sacrilege to include any man-made structures in your shot. I remember years ago I posted a shot to some random reddit page and was summarily screamed at for including a cabin in my shot. And many landscape photography contests will emphatically state that as well.

So...maybe this makes me less of a "landscape" photographer, but the one thing I was dying to shoot this year in the alps were the little churches and chapels that dot the countryside throughout Northern Italy, Austria and Slovenia. There's just something about the juxtaposition of these tiny, man-made structures surrounded by so much incredible majesty and grandeur in all directions.

After scouting for locations before I left, I had somewhere between 50-100 pins for chapels on google earth, but this one had been at the top of my list for several years. It's definitely one of the more iconic spots for photographers, and as such, many of the more serious landscape and travel photographers might pass on it. But I couldn't. I spent two evenings shooting this particular chapel from just about every conceivable angle, and had a wonderful time doing it. Interestingly, I didn't see ANY other photographers at this location on either night.

I meant to post all of my autumn shots last month, but I started teaching a new online class this year in addition to my choral groups, and things got pretty crazy. Now that my concerts are done, I'll be trying to post a bit more regularly as I've got quite a bit to catch up on.


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Tags:   Dolomites Chapel Autumn

N 584 B 9.4K C 181 E Jan 9, 2019 F Nov 13, 2019
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I had wrapped up ready to head home, but then slowly but surely the clouds began taking on colors. Ringerike, Norway.

Tags:   Norway snow cabin winter cold landscape


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