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Workshops

The Redwood Workshop

May 10, 2016

This past week I had the pleasure of leading a workshop in the Old Growth Redwoods. I had a great group of photographers, who enjoyed the beauty of the North Coast of California.   This first image is from Fern Canyon.  Quite a drive down rudder dirt roads, bur well worth the effort.  We had […]

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Winter in Yellowstone

February 24, 2015

I just returned from my annual trip into Yellowstone National Park.  Our first day provided new snow and warm temps , at least for Wyoming. Here are some images I hop you will enjoy. Bald Eagle Taking Flight       Bison in steam vents     Daisy Pool at West Thumb

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Lightroom 5 class

April 3, 2014

I just completed a 2 day Lightroom 5 class at Action Camera in Roseville ca.  20 people attended and we received very nice reviews of the learning process.  I want to thank everyone that attended and extend my assistance in the future for this who have questions or need additional help.   Due to the […]

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2014 workshop in the Yosemite Valley

March 3, 2014

I finally have some time to share some of my images from the Yosemite workshop in February.  All images were shot with the Pentax 645D using a 35mm, 45-85mm and 200mm lens.  I hope you enjoy! A misty morning looking west from the Swinging Bridge area.   The iconic view of Horsetail Falls.  Not all […]

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Arches and Canyonlands workshop Nov 2013

November 23, 2013

Here is a sampling of images that I shot this month in Moab Utah.  The weather was great and the light at Dead Horse was the best in several years.  I hope you enjoy them. I still have a few seats left in the Winter Yosemite workshops.

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Spring 2013 Newsletter

April 21, 2013

In this issue I am focusing on 3 great ways to convert your images to B&W’s  There are many more, but these are ones I know do a great job.   Just click here to review the complete newsletter Issue 18 Newsletter

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