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Upcoming Wildlife Photography Course

Upcoming Wildlife Photography Course

Few experiences in the outdoors can top encounters with wildlife. Whether sought-after or unanticipated, it is a special experience to come upon elk in Rocky Mountain National Park, a mountain goat on Mt. Evans, or even a deer at your local park. But have you ever pointed your camera at an animal only to be disappointed by the results?

48 Hours in Paris

48 Hours in Paris

I recently spent a weekend in Paris. Not as a part of a larger European trip, just a weekend in Paris. And I live in Denver.

Alaska Trip Recap

Alaska Trip Recap

Alaska is a destination that has been on my bucket list for years, but the pieces had never come together quite right to make it a reality. That finally changed this past summer as a good friend and I planned a two-week trip to the 49th State.

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.