There is no getting around it: southern Utah has some of the most spectacular scenery in the United States. From Moab to Escalante, there is so much beautiful country to explore. Among the endless desert landscapes, there are five National Parks. These parks are all relatively close and each boasts a unique landscape, making them […]
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When you first visit Zion National Park, it becomes immediately obvious why it was Utah’s first national park. The massive sandstone canyon is filled with amazing views, unique plants and animals, and some of the best hiking in the country. It is also no surprise that this park has exploded with popularity over the last […]
For photographers of any skill level, programs like Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw are critical tools for post-processing workflow. Not only is Lightroom a powerful photo editing program, but it is also a valuable organizational tool. There is a lot of information to learn in Lightroom, and it takes practice to become efficient. While Lightroom […]
After a summer full of smoke and haze, the rains had finally come to Montana and restored its standing as “Big Sky Country.” The air was crisp and the leaves had begun their transformation. Storms were in the forecast and fellow guide, Michael Wichman, and I, couldn’t have been more excited for Glacier National Park […]
The most common questions I hear on workshops are always, “What lens do I need to bring?”, “Can I leave my telephoto?”, “Will I need my wide angle?” My answer is always the same: “Bring them All”. While that may sound dismissive, or perhaps even sarcastic, the truth is that I genuinely believe that having […]