Here is the recipe:
- Take 3 slightly wacky landscape photographers
- Add a 2 hour roadtrip
- “sprinkle” a few rain showers and some stormclouds
- drop 198 feet into the pool below
- finally, stir in some fleeting sunset light that feathers the bottom of the clouds.
Presto! Epic Palouse Falls imagery!
Redwing Blackbird in flight
Now that I have the highly regarded Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS vII, I wanted to investigate longer focal length options, particularly for shooting motorsports and wildlife. At the recommendation of a colleague, I rented a Canon 2x tele-extender vIII from LensProToGo for a week. This gives me a 140-400 f5.6 with IS. How does it work? Follow the jump…
I had the opportunity to go to Seattle and spend the better part of a day just wandering around and taking photos. Of course, the weather was not favorable, it rained most of the way driving over and all night. The next morning, the rain began to let up. I visited Glazers Camera in the morning since we no longer have a “real” camera shop in Spokane. When I came out, the rain had stopped and I headed out to see what I could find. I ended up a few miles away in the Fremont District. Also known as the ‘center of the universe’ and ‘The Artists Republic of Fremont,’ there are lots of cool little shops, artwork, and eclectic folks around. Both Google and Adobe software have offices here as well.
According to the sign, the middle of this busy intersection is the Center of the Universe!
Last week, I helped my buddy John over at Tilted Reality Studio. John had built a set for a shoot and needed some help with the finishing touches, and he also wanted me to shoot some behind the scenes images for him.
I met Heidi through Model Mayhem (#526682) and we shot some stuff back in the fall when the leaves were changing. I was feeling the winter blahs and wanted to shoot, so I asked Heidi, and she said yes! The concept was a little bit film noir and a little bit pin-up. I feel as a concept it could be better, but the images look great! Enjoy them, and please share your thoughts!
I had the pleasure of photographing the Rasucher family a few days ago, and we got some great images! Three generations of Rauscher for you, Christmas card style:
Looking warily out into the world wide web
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