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Some Head Shots are for the Birds

Not your average executive head shot, but if you knew Ravens, you know they would be the first to claim executive status. Ravens are smart, cunning and mischievous.  Their brains are more similar to mammals and primates than to other birds.  Flying monkeys is an apt metaphor. Spend enough time with them and their personalities become apparent. From my experience, interactions are distinctly personal.   I’m also fascinated by the similarities between portraits I’ve [...]

By | 2018-02-02T13:51:50+00:00 January 29th, 2018|editorial photography, nature, wilderness, wildlife|0 Comments

Time Lapse Photography – Pitching a Tent in the Wilderness

With time lapse photography and some whimsical music, even the weariest hiker can look like he's having fun. Sometimes getting to camp means going the extra mile -uphill.  Four thousand feet uphill.  It took six hours and six miles of backpacking to reach the base of the Sahale Glacier, in the North Cascades National Park.  The last quarter mile was the steepest.  If the mountain had a middle finger, the final boulder field below the [...]

By | 2018-01-24T01:59:53+00:00 August 16th, 2012|nature, time lapse photography, wilderness|1 Comment