Facing off with Little ZigZag Falls

You know what will help clear a Las Vegas-induced cold? Taking in the crisp and fresh air in the Mt. Hood region of Oregon. My good bud, Matt Kloskowski, is visiting town again (he works for onOne, Inc. – a Portland-based company) and so we rallied the troops to get some nature shooting under our belts. Joining us […]

By |Jan 11th, 2015|

The Return of PhotoXplorers!

I first learned about the PhotoXplorers show many years ago, at the height of my obsession with urban exploration. I thought it was so cool that a group of photographers had a show produced about their explorations, especially with a strong emphasis on the photography. One of the show’s cast was my friend, Sean Galbraith. I’ve known Sean […]

By |Jan 9th, 2015|

First look: The G-Technology G-Drive ev ATC w/Thunderbolt

Yesterday at the 2015 International CES in Las Vegas, I had the pleasure of meeting with my friends at G-Technology to discuss a variety of projects that we’re working on in the coming months. One of the projects involves a brand new product announced by G-Technology just the other day: the G-Drive ev ATC. If you’re a photographer […]

By |Jan 8th, 2015|

A Quick Photo Tip: Fill the frame

I wanted to share a quick photo tip with you that can help tremendously when you want to bring attention to your primary subject. Simply, let it hog up your frame. Now, take that in jest for a bit. You obviously don’t want to completely inundate the frame with your primary subject (unless it makes sense to) but instead of […]

By |Jan 7th, 2015|

The Ocean Breathes Salty

A few months back, I wrote an article on Photofocus about making older images feel new again. I find myself often going back to older images shortly after taking a bunch of new photos. I think it’s similar to tea leaves and how they taste best when they’re allowed to steep in hot water. Last week was a […]

By |Jan 4th, 2015|

The Lushness of Gorton Creek

It’s hard to imagine just how lush and green Gorton Creek can be. I was standing here recently with my pal, Brian, and we were discussing how vivid and punchy the greens of the surrounding area were. Granted, I always take my colors with a grain of salt because I can’t see a decent portion of the spectrum but I […]

By |Jan 3rd, 2015|