Epilogue: Iceland 2017, Infrared

Infrared continues to be endlessly fascinating. During our Fall in Iceland Photo tour, a few weeks ago, I shot infrared as much as color. Iceland is quite green, and we were extremely lucky with clouds and moody skies, which are perfect conditions for...

Cuba 2017 Epilogue

Cuba 2017 Epilogue: For our seventh trip to Cuba, a lot of changes were rumored, including staying in casas instead of hotels, as the big travel agencies seem to have most of the rooms blocks. So, I didn’t know what to expect there. Because of the new travel...

Winter Infrared

• Winter Infrared Since my re-emersion into infrared about a year ago, I’ve shot infrared in myriad conditions throughout the year and am discovering how the angle of light, quality of light, weather, and time of year affect the image. Always on...

Iceland in infrared

Iceland in infrared Our Icelandic “Aurora Madness” Odyssey lived up to its name, with seeming non stop auroras, but I had a second agenda on this trip, and that was to shoot a lot of infrared. Rather than using my Singh Ray 690 Infrared filter, which I...

The unexpected: keeping an open mind

The unexpected: keeping an open mind We got our group to the old Texaco car lot in the Palouse on a bright overcast day and everyone was pretty stoked to photograph, as was I. After instructing everyone on the lay of the land, everyone scattered, taking their images....

Madeline Island workshop 2016 epilogue

Madeline Island 2016 epilogue We finished our 2nd annual workshop at one of our new favorite venues, The Madeline Island School for the Arts. This year, we further explored this image rich locale, including taking the class out to the incredible sea caves on...