Monthly Archives: January 2017

Ultimate fall colors road trip

New England is often heralded as THE go-to destination for fall colors road trips. But Alaska has aspects of its fall colors that you can’t find in New England, like a seven-week-long fall colors season or entire alpine slopes of mountains turning hues of gold, orange and red. Read more to learn about the ultimate fall color road trip opportunity th

Pondering the Question, “Is that Photoshopped?”

Quite frequently, we see articles or statements on social media that suggest that the use of Photoshop is cheating. These statements reflect a deep misunderstanding and ignorance of the creative process in photography. The origins of how and why we use Photoshop can be traced back to Ansel Adams.

Winter in the Parks

While our national parks were set aside for the enjoyment of everyone, from the rich to the working class, increasingly it is becoming hard to enjoy our parks amidst the crowds. That’s why winter is such a good time to visit our national parks, especially if you are a photographer.

Why Wilderness is Important to Me as an Artist

So many artists, so many media, so many points of inspiration. For me, as a nature photographer, my key inspiration is wilderness. Here is a little glimpse as to why.