Tag: adventure

Have you ever heard of freezing fog?

I know that I haven’t. Even after years of living in Pennsylvania, I’d never heard of the phenomenon where fog rolls through and literally frosts everything in its path. And yet on my cross country road trip in December 2020, I found myself face… Continue Reading “Have you ever heard of freezing fog?”

B&W Winter Photography

Ah, the first few days of snow really have me itching to hit the trails to capture the fleeting moments where I am excited that it’s finally winter, but not yet sick of the cold! Ever since moving to Southern California, I haven’t seen… Continue Reading “B&W Winter Photography”

The Six Reasons why I bought a 5dsr for landscape photography in 2020

Yes – I get it. It’s a 5 year old camera body model. Isn’t that well into obsolescence territory by now, especially with the recent release of the Canon R5? No! Maybe I’m eating my own words a bit after writing about how I… Continue Reading “The Six Reasons why I bought a 5dsr for landscape photography in 2020”

Looking Beyond Iconic views in Zion

Everyone loves to see a breathtaking grand vista. At least I assume so! So when people travel to stunningly beautiful locations around the world, it naturally leads us to gravitate to photograph and share the exceptional view right in front of our eyes. So… Continue Reading “Looking Beyond Iconic views in Zion”

Seeking Authenticity

Ah, technology. It’s ever evolving complexity is what allows photography to advance with ever more incredible image sensors, detail capture, lens design, and editing processes. Images that were once extremely difficult to capture and share are now shareable with a simple button on a… Continue Reading “Seeking Authenticity”

Colorado Fall Photography 2020

I just got back from my first fall photography trip. What’s next?

What is the Best Lens for Landscape Photography?

What is the best lens for landscape photography?

My Ultra-Light hiking Photography setup

My ultralight hiking photography setup

Should we Stop location sharing?

Do we have an obligation to limit location sharing?

Seven Things I learned in the Redwoods

Seven Things I Learned in the Redwoods