I wrapped up work in Salt Lake and am heading home past the state capitol building. Sporadic clouds, the last vestiges of the fall storm that brought over 40 inches of snow to the mountains, are still present in the sky, offering a promising sunset. As I drive past the capitol, I know I’ll be [...]
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I took my Fuji X-Pro1 for its maiden voyage on a real photography outing rather than just snaps around the house or of the kids. I wanted to see how it would be to use it in the field, especially at night, without a tripod. I knew it would be pushing things to shoot a [...]
Not too long ago I took my kids to a model train set convention. My kids, as almost all kids do, really dig trains so I figured they would appreciate the model train sets on display at the convention. While they did enjoy the model train sets, I kept my kids very close to me. Have you ever seen the folks at model train set conventions? Fat, greasy, social-retards are the norm. I thought, “Good grief, I don’t want my kids to turn out like these guys. Let’s get out of here.” I like the miniature look, though. Perhaps I can enjoy the same miniature model look to photos without rubbing shoulders with Grizzly Adams?
I was digging through my old photos when I ran across a shot I took in 2005. I had completely forgotten about this photo and it really struck me as probably one of my strongest photos. I haven’t the foggiest idea why I let this one slip through the cracks but it happened. It goes [...]
This photo was taken on a trip to the Salt Lake Temple to shoot the autumn leaves with the temple in the background. Like usual, the original purpose for my visit was a complete waste of time as the leaves weren’t peaking at all, but the skies were looking pretty good. After looking for several [...]