So what do you do during the spring months in the Pacific Northwest if you’re a photographer and enjoy being outside? You go out in it. If you don’t you’ll end up sitting around the house wishing you had gone. Part of the decision to go out is usually based somewhat on the weather report. … More Rainy Days and Photowalks in the Pacific Northwest
We are currently in the middle of the wettest October in our history. I don’t know how many inches of rain we’ve had to date but it is soggy, everywhere. Getting out to find our typical fall colors hasn’t been easy this year. Big wind storms, lot of rain, very little travel and no creative … More Fall ~ 2016
Every once in a while I just have to get out of the city, get out in nature and just chill for a few days, take a few pictures, see some beautiful scenery and get close to Mother Nature. I did just that these past few days. I booked a cabin at the Kalalock Resort … More Cruising the Olympic Peninsula with a wide angle lens.
Since my last post, about my quest to slow down and see with less chaos but still try and tell a story with a picture the idea has continued to seep into my consciousness and find it’s meaning in front of my camera. It hasn’t been easy. I see other photographers who have managed this very well and … More Simpler, Quieter and Fewer Distractions Just by slowing down
I’ve had my Fuji X100s for a couple of weeks now but haven’t had an opportunity to travel with it. The challenge for me with this new camera was to see if I needed anything more for my photography needs when traveling, ie; zoom and wide angle lenses, filters, tripods, flashes; in other words an … More Travel to Victoria, British Columbia with the Fuji X100s