Rainy Pass March 4 & 5 2013

Tuesday March 5th — Nikolai 5 pm. So I’ve been off-line and out of touch of the normal world as of 1 pm yesterday when I left Rainy Pass with…

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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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Separation and Vision

Pre-visualizing an image before it happens is a large part of a successful photo shoot, such as in this case. This image was taken during my 2014 Denali Photo Tour…

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September in Photos

Here’s a slide show with a handful of my favorite images shot last month in September.  Press play, sit back, and enjoy a little bit of Alaska and a few…

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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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Shooting in the Freezer!

As the official photographer of the Iditarod for over 36 years, there are three questions I’m asked most often.  The first is a question that gets asked all winter long—…

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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 Jeff Schultz Photography.…

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South Fork of Eagle River

These past few days I spent some time hiking several trails in and around Anchorage.  Here is a fall landscape shot I did of the South Fork of Eagle River…

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Southwest Alaska Eagle & Fireweed

I was recently in Southwest Alaska scouting a location and also doing a corporate photo shoot. I saw this bald eagle on this grassy perch shortly after I first arrived.…

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Speaking Symposium

I’m excited to have been asked to give the keynote presentation at the Midwest Sled Dog Symposium in Curtis, Michigan September 25-27th, 2015. During this two-hour presentation on Saturday evening…

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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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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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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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Still in Galena

Galena is a checkpoint that is usually only used when the trail runs the northern route on even years.  Since last year, 2014, was an even year the mushers, dogs,…

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Straw Bagging

Iditarod is coming around the corner. It felt like “old-home week” again today when I went to Airland Transport and saw many of the same volunteers bagging over 1600 bales…

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Sunrise Sky Harbor

This morning I’m in my home-office, in the middle of sending an e-mail and look out to the south. I could see one small band of pink clouds on the…

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Sunset and Sleeping Lady

I wanted to make the image just a bit different than a normal sunset photo. Though it may not be easy to tell, I shot this at a very long…

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Sunset over Glen Alps

The clouds broke quite a bit on the horizon last night during a stock shoot in midtown at 10pm, with great dark clouds to the east with piercing light. After…

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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 each evening . I photographed…

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