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  • Arrested Decay

      It put the “wild” in the Wild West.  It rivaled infamous towns like Tombstone, Deadwood and Dodge City.  It even inspired the phrase “Badman from Bodie” thanks to its lawless reputation. During its heyday from the 1870s to the 1880s Bodie, California had 31 murders, no less than 60 saloons, many houses of ill […]

  • Mountain Lion and Dogs

    Things aren’t always the way they seem.  You may be wondering how Dad managed to safely get a pack of hunting dogs and a mountain lion together just in time to snap the photo.  Simple.  He used a stuffed mountain lion. To many mountain lions embody the untamed West.  Dad knew he wanted to capture […]

  • Uncovering Bryce’s Secrets

    It’s the kind of place National Geographic photographers drool over.  Amazing shots jump out everywhere just waiting to be captured on camera.  From Thor’s Hammer to the Tower Bridge to row after row of stoic rock statues, Bryce Canyon National Park makes a photographer’s dreams come true. Dad had seen those Nat Geo photos taken […]

  • Creative Secret Sauce Part 2

    Last week we revealed that Dad’s creative process involves watching lots of Westerns, studying old paintings and doodling on copious amounts of paper.  This week we’ll reveal more of Dad’s secret sauce of creativity. But first to recap:  Dad starts by sketching the kernel of an idea he gleaned from the said Westerns, paintings and […]

  • Creative Secret Sauce Part 1

    Every artist has one: a creative process that takes a kernel of an idea to a finished photograph.  Dad’s creative process involves watching lots of Westerns, studying old paintings and doodling on copious amounts of paper. While his wildlife photography doesn’t follow this process because, well, the animals are wild, all of his other images […]

  • The Eyes Have It

    When we meet someone new, we lock on to their eyes like a heat seeking missiles.  Why? The eyes can tell you lot about someone.  Eyes can convey moods, telegraph intentions and even give us insight to the soul.  This is true with people as well as animals.  For wildlife photographers, eyes play an important […]

  • Start Your Engines

    The noise level rivaled the Indy 500.  Chaotic quacks, riotous wings flapping and sudden splashes erupted around the pond as groups of ducks traveled back and forth over the water. Pintail ducks revved their engines and launched from the water, the wind whistling through their feathers as they screamed around the imaginary racetrack in the […]

  • Top 10 Hairiest Photo Shoots Part 2

    After repeatedly getting the question, “What’s the craziest or most dangerous thing you’ve done to get a photograph?”, we shared five of Dad’s hairiest photo shoots.  This week we’ll count down the remaining five to find out Dad’s most precarious shoot ever.  #5 Horse Stampede    Dad found himself buried underground in a steel water […]

  • Top 10 Hairiest Photo Shoots Part 1

    People often ask, “What’s the craziest or most dangerous thing you’ve done to get a photograph?”  There have been quite a few wild and precarious situations Dad’s found himself in over 35 years of being a professional photographer.  We’ve narrowed it down to the top ten stories involving our intrepid photographer.  We’ll share five stories […]

  • Capturing the Moment

    If you’ve ever seen one you’d know it.  It’s the kind of picture that makes you stop and say, “Wow! Look at that!!”  It’s a photograph that draws you in, makes you linger, and causes you to wonder about the story unfolding before you.  The photographer has captured “The Moment”.  That is a storytelling image. […]

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