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January 30th, 2013

A New Website is Finally Here!

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Colorado Mountain Biking by Jay Goodrich
I haven’t been lost, but I have been busier than I would have ever expected in my life. About six months ago I decided to update my business branding. As part of this project, a new website came into conception that focused on what my plan began to pen out as. Finally, after three months …
 
October 28th, 2012

The Beauty of Backlight

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Ox-Bow-Bend-Autumn-Sunset
(© Joseph Rossbach) Back Light is one of my favorite lighting conditions to work under. Over the past couple of months I have been chasing the fall colors from the Tetons to West Virginia, leading several workshops along the way. The color this year was excellent and I was given the opportunity to work with …
 
June 2nd, 2011

The Fight

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Dropping off of Mount Herman--Final B/W, Blur Vignette by Jay Goodrich
“I have had to fight like hell and fighting like hell has made me what I am.” ~ John Arbuthnot Fisher “Satisfaction does not come with achievement, but with effort. Full effort is full victory.” ~Mahatma Gandhi There are images that can be mastered in five minutes or less. They are like dogs in heat…Just …
 
May 11th, 2010

Stacking Images For Extended Depth Of Field

Posted By Jerry Monkman
monkman_flower_after_stacking
Getting this shot with all three flowers in focus isn’t possible in one exposure. This is a single image shot at ƒ/16. Notice how only the top flower is in focus. In close-up photography we’re dealing with shallow depth-of-field, even at small apertures. There’s nothing we can do about it in the field—physics is against …