Spring time is Puppy time!

Spring time is Puppy Time!!   I was fortunate to have some friends that had a litter of Alaskan Huskies get in touch with me recently to photograph their 3-week old…

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The First Shipment is Here!

Today has been an exciting one at the office–the first shipment of books has arrived! After a long wait, the semi truck pulled into my driveway early this morning and…

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Snail Trails

Similar to my last blog post, here’s some photos along Turnagain Arm, just south of Anchorage. This is part of our daily sunset photo safari tour at Through The Lens Alaska,…

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Sunset Photo Safari

The last week I’ve spent a lot of time along Turnagain Arm and other parts around Anchorage where we do the “Sunset Photo Safari” photo workshop/tour at Through The Lens Alaska,…

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Air-to-Air Shooting

I’m working on a series of images that show “big picture outdoor scenes” of Anchorage and vicinity.   Images of various outdoor places and activities which people enjoy doing or seeing.…

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Spring time in Alaska…

Up until today, us in Anchorage have enjoyed over 2 weeks of pure sunshine  AND above freezing temps during the day.  The days are WAY longer now, sunset being nearly…

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February 27, 2014

It’s crunch time. Yesterday began with a 6:30am departure from the office to set up for the Musher’s Meeting at the Millenium Hotel. Finding mushers and getting them to sit…

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Iditarod Dogs Get Their Vet Check

It’s pretty busy here at Jeff Schultz Photography! We are less than three days from the 2014 Ceremonial Iditarod start in Anchorage. I spent the morning photographing the ‘Vet Check’…

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Eagle River Valley

Earlier this week, in the sub-zero cold, I was out at the Eagle River Nature Center for a couple hours. The Valley is so spectacular and diverse. The mountains are…

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Iditarod Time

Yes, the Iditarod start is almost 3 full months away, March 1st.  BUT preparations are beginning behind the scenes now. This past Tuesday night over 20 of the best bush…

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There's no place like Nome

Last week I was in Nome and Gambell on an assignment.   I spent one day in Gambell and 3 nights and two days in Nome. I’ve never spent this much…

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Shooting Great Food

In the next couple weeks I’ll be going out to Tutka Bay Lodge for the second time this summer to do some photography for my good friends, Carl and Kirsten…

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Westchester Behind the Scenes

On the last day of July, I had the pleasure of going with Jeff on his recent adventure to Westchester Lagoon. The goal of the evening was to photograph at…

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An Evening at Westchester

What was formerly Chester creek running through town, Westchester Lagoon here in Anchorage has been a wonderful escape from the urban landscape since the early 1970’s. Thousands of people use…

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Rainy Pass Lodge in the Summer

I have been to the Rainy Pass checkpoint on Puntilla Lake many times in my 33 years photographing the Iditarod and spent many nights there.  The race was “frozen” there…

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Yarn Bombing – What Bombing?

Yes, you read it right. I said yarn bombing. I’m guessing a handful of people have heard of this, most not. Here’s my story…and I’m sticking to it. My wife…

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June Alaska Magazine Cover

One of my favorite subjects (besides Iditarod dogs) is airplanes. I am blessed to have a number of friends with airplanes and all are gracious and willing to take the…

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Spring airplane shoots

It’s been a great week with great weather and good friends with planes.  Spring is such a great time here in Southcentral Alaska.   Long days and often times quite clear. …

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Saturday in Nome

It’s Saturday in Nome.  The last couple days has been spent mostly editing the 10,000 plus photos taken during the race, getting them captioned and sorted for the www.iditarodphotos.com website as well…

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