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N 406 B 16.1K C 15 E Feb 23, 2020 F Mar 8, 2020
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I paid like 300 people to walk into this forest and start vaping so I could make this photo.

You can see much more of my work and learn how I create my images at www.ryandyar.com 👍👍

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N 373 B 10.8K C 20 E Jan 9, 2010 F Jun 1, 2020
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Thousands and thousands of year of erosion have shaped these sandstone cliffs into this amazing bowl that can shoot incoming waves incredibly high into the air. One of the gems along the Oregon coast. BTW, you can text me anytime you want now. Yes, it’s me. No, I don’t share your contact info. It’s just a fun way to connect with folks. Hit me up at +1 (425) 215-0778. And please, for the love of god, don’t send me photos with your pants off.

You can learn how I create my images at www.ryandyar.com 👍👍 Thank you for taking a look at this photo.

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N 1.5K B 143.3K C 114 E Jun 18, 2022 F Jun 26, 2022
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I recently wrapped up a month of storm chasing across the American Midwest. It was fun to make some new friends, spend time with old friends, and realize you can’t stand extended travels with some of your asshole friends, like Miles Morgan. Although I do have a doozy of a story from our trip to use as blackmail against him in the future, so that’s a silver lining of our time together. 😉

Proper storm chasing the past couple of years has caused a new addiction for me and my clunky camera. It’s a unique type of nature photography that mixes often fast-paced shooting, adrenaline, on-the-spot composition decisions, a tiny bit of occasional “dangerous” scenarios, and a serious understanding of meteorology… which I don’t have. But chasing with my great friend Steve Saviano means I don’t end up somewhere in Oklahoma under totally clear skies, which is exactly how it would be if I chased solo. Luckily I’ve learned a lot about forecasting over the past couple years from him. He’s honestly brilliant at meteorology.

But also, neither Miles or Steve came to my aid when I was aggressively approached by a guy in a cowboy hat and a not-so-concealed weapon… all because we had California license plates on our vehicle. He was pretty concerned about these supposed Californian liberal communists in his tiny Midwest town. So uhh… thanks for having my back, lads.

Anyway, all of the images I made from this year's chase-season are up on my website. If you’re into pictures of severe weather, you might like a couple of them… hopefully. As for this shot, it was a fairly underwhelming high-based storm, but had some great color and texture along with the occasional CG lightning strike. But the landscape of South Dakota’s Badlands almost can’t be beat. If you want to join us for chasing next year or just see some storm photography, check out our new page www.skyscapephototours.com

Thanks for scrolling far enough to see my dumb little picture. If you are interested in seeing how I create my dumb little pictures you can head to www.ryandyar.com or check out the link in my profile.

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N 208 B 19.6K C 128 E Mar 15, 2010 F Dec 28, 2010
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Please view large yall, thanks!

Wow, been a stretch since I last posted. Lots of personal stuff has happened since summer, some bad, some good... but none the less it took me away from my camera for a while.

I havent shot hardly anything since summer time, which is a bummer, so I'd thought I'd pull out an old one for you guys.

Lots of thanks to everyone who emailed or called when I fell off the map there for a bit... I appreciate the support while I tried to put life back together again! I owe apologies to a couple people too, you know who you are.

Enough sappy shit. Somebody welcome me back from my hiatus...

seriously, do it before I throw a tantrum.

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N 218 B 21.4K C 6 E Apr 11, 2009 F Mar 19, 2014
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Nothing groundbreaking here, just a fairly average shot of Elowah Falls in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge. Photographed a few years ago while out for a weekend of shooting with Stephen Oachs, I think we hiked like 16 or so different waterfalls over a couple days.


Anyways, like everyone else in this crowded nature photography scene, I lead workshops, I teach processing instruction in person or worldwide via Skype or Google Hangout screen sharing, and have a website with images, workshop info, prints, and yadda, yadda, yadda.


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