How to Photograph the Moulton Barn

The T.A. Moulton Barn rests nobly in the flats below the Teton Range.  This barn is the most of what remains of the Thomas Ama Moulton homestead built between 1912 and 1945.  Because of its iconic splendor, this barn sits high atop the bucket list for many photographers the world over.  According to Flikr, this... Continue Reading →

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Winter Collection

During the North Dakota winter, the tendency is to stay indoors as much as possible.  That's understandable as the season can be unforgiving with scouring winds and week-long snaps of sub zero temperatures.  However, the season also affords moments of profound beauty, stillness, and wonder.  A favorite pastime of mine is just going out and... Continue Reading →

Lake Sakakawea

Canon XSI, Tamron 17-50 2.8, 8-stop Neutral Density Filter, Cokin P-Series, P120 Graduated Neutral Density Filter June.  The eastern shore of Lake Sakakawea.  After setting up my camp, I venture out to a nearby shoreline for the magic hour.  It's just me, the camera, and a few birds in the trees.  In the middle of... Continue Reading →

New Zealand landscapes

Directions for blog consumption - please select one of the following options 1.  If you are a friend or family member please see to option A 2.  If you are a budget backpacker please see option B 3.  If you are a photography nerd please see option C 4.  If you are speak Spanish please... Continue Reading →

Mazu celebration

Mazu is a highly revered deity in many Asian religions.  She is known as the patron saint of the seas, protecting wayfaring ships and sailors from the perils of the sea.  In honor of the goddess, devotees host elaborate celebrations.  The following pictures, taken April 17, are from one such celebration. The procession began with... Continue Reading →

scene 1

Sometimes photographs just materialize.  Take this image for example.  The other day I woke up.  Like many mornings,  I then looked out the window of my room.  There across the courtyard, five stories down, was this guy reading a book and smoking a cigarette.  He was taking a break from work.  Everything seemed staged for... Continue Reading →

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