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Art Show Benefiting Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC)

Art Show Benefiting Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC)

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) will be hosting my photography throughout the months of August and September.

Dealing with crowds: 8 Tips

Dealing with crowds: 8 Tips

Photographing in large cities and popular tourist areas can cause frustrations – people wandering in front of you, too many people in a scene, the “action” not occurring when/where you would like, etc. In many ways, it’s like the urban equivalent of wildlife photography!

So how do you embrace such challenges? Read on for 8 strategies to overcome crowds.

Fly Fishing on the South Platte River

Fly Fishing on the South Platte River

I don’t fish, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like going fishing. In particular I enjoy fly fishing as it’s generally more active and engaging, especially if you’re not the one actually fishing. From a photography standpoint, the cool casting and constant movement doesn’t hurt either.

Japow (Japan + Powder) Trip Recap

Japow (Japan + Powder) Trip Recap

Late this winter I had the opportunity to check off one of my bigger bucket-list items: skiing in Japan. If you’re a skier or snowboarder, you know what I’m talking about. If you’re not, here’s a quick run down.

Genesee Park Bison Herd in Snow

Genesee Park Bison Herd in Snow

Bison in snow often conjures up images of Yellowstone National Park in winter, but fortunately for me, some descendants of the Yellowstone bison reside just up the highway from me in Genesee Park, part of Denver’s Mountain Parks.