Landscape

The uncertain path

Split toning is one of my favorite stylization actions to apply to my photos. Actually, judging by the success of companies like VSCO, it is safe to say that lots of photographers are digging hard on split toning. And why shouldn’t we? This simple technique allows me to add another layer of complexity to my images beyond what I would […]

By |Nov 21st, 2014|

Winter wonderland

My original goal on this shoot was to find that one solitary tree covered in snow but anytime I saw one, it was invariably lost in busy backgrounds. When I came across this grouping of trees the other week, I wasn’t sure whether I could make a photo work out of it. Admittedly, I tend to shy away from photos that […]

By |Nov 20th, 2014|

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By |Nov 18th, 2014|

The Forest for the Trees

It’s easy to get lost in the grandeur of a gigantic waterfall, especially one as ornate as Big Spring Creek Falls is. From top to bottom, there are three gorgeous, cascading tiers of water creating all sorts of dizzying patterns. From the base, you can capture the waterfall in its entirety, which is quite beautiful. However, as is the case […]

By |Nov 17th, 2014|

Sugar-coated Multnomah Falls

On Thursday, a ‘snowstorm’ that would be laughable by northeast US standard passed through the area. True to form, snow did form and it actually stuck. Not to miss out on enjoying the Columbia River Gorge covered in snow, I headed out to photograph Wahclella Falls. I was joined by three great people: Brian, William, and Britta. The hike to […]

By |Nov 15th, 2014|

Winter is coming

Make no mistake: Autumn made a brief cameo in the sitcom of seasonal change but winter is coming and he’s angry, my friends, like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli. While I feel fortunate for having at least a few opportunities to photograph the foliage color change in Oregon this season, I feel that the annual […]

By |Nov 12th, 2014|
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