This is one of those quintessential Iditarod photos that I’ve strived to create many times over my 40 years of photographing the race. A Dog Musher with a fireball sunset.…Details
You’ve very likely heard that phrase before. Wikipedia tells us it’s a cliché used by property experts. It’s the three most important factors in determining the desirability of a property —-…Details
Top 7 Things to Look for When Choosing a Tripod: For Landscape & Wildlife Photographers Yes, a tripod is an absolute necessity for many types of photography BUT it is…Details
There’s a lot of what I call my really favorite places in Alaska. A lot. And this is indeed one of them. One of many. That’s why I live here.…Details
How to Increase Your Creative Skills in Photography — Both the ART & SCIENCE Sides. Want to increase your overall creative skill in photography? Want to increase your “compositional skills”…Details
More and more, with wildlife photography I find myself using auto-ISO setting in order to maintain a fast enough shutter speed to either stop my subject OR to stop camera/lens…Details
The Denali National Park flight seeing tour is probably the most requested Alaska experience that comes to mind when folks are inquiring about what to do in Alaska. There are…Details
Sit back and enjoy some memorable images of Aviation in Alaska. No words, no f-stops, just photography.
Sit back and enjoy 60 seconds of my best images from June in Alaska. No words, no f-stops, just photography.
Jon Van Zyle and I have teamed up for the second time to create a collaborative art print. Each print is signed and numbered in an edition of just 125…Details
Watch this time-lapse that was made over a stretch of 37 minutes prior to and during sunrise. You’ll see the sun making an appearance through a gap in the cloud…Details