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June 28th, 2016

Photographing a Roadtrip through Big Sur

Posted By Ben Horton
Nadya has the unique experience of looking down on a sunset in Big Sur.
Big Sur is one of my favorite summer road trips.  A two lane road framed by sea cliffs and redwood blanketed mountains winds it’s way up the coastline.  Unmarked trails lead to hidden coves, empty surf, and waterfalls tucked away under a canopy of giant trees.   With your eyes focused on the winding road …
December 31st, 2014

My Best Photos of 2014

Posted By Jay Goodrich
My Best Photos of 2014
2014 was one of those years where I felt like I was on a roller coaster. I am not talking about one of those old rickety wood things from the 60’s. I am talking about the new ones, the ones that are designed by retired NASA engineers that pull 4g.s and are made of more …
May 2nd, 2014


Posted By David Alexander Willis
Old culture tribesmen posing in front of a rainbow in New Guinea. "Two of the tribes inhabiting the Baliem Valley region are the Dani in the actual valley and the Yali (‘Lords of the Earth’) in the virgin forests of the highlands. Though ‘neighbours’, each tribe has a distinct language and culture. Physically, the Yali are remarkably smaller than the Dani. With men standing at just 150cm tall, the Yali are officially recognised as pygmies."
The first trip we went on was to Papua New Guinea. It had been at the top of my list for a long time, but I never had the chance to go there. For all the remote places I had travelled to in my life, with Papua New Guinea, I was stepping into the unknown. …
December 29th, 2013

My Best Photos of 2013

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Tetons Mountains Wyoming Jackson Summer by Jay Goodrich
My Best Photos of 2013 began with a look at 56,721 selects from this past year. I think it is safe to say that I shot a LOT of photos in the past 12 months. Out of those selects I narrowed my image selection down to 100, had my wife further refine the collection down …
May 1st, 2013

Size Matters

Posted By Kevin Schafer
Steve Shuey below Falls Creek Falls, Washington State
I’m pretty old school; when I am out in nature, I am typically working hard to exclude any sign of humans from my landscape pictures. So when my friend Steve Shuey and I were photographing this spectacular waterfall in the Cascade mountains, I took care to crop out cut logs and any sign of the …
July 10th, 2011

July 4th – and the Family Paparazzi

Posted By Kevin Schafer
Maya on July 4, 2011, Manzanita Beach  OR
A bit of a departure from nature photography with this post – today we’re talking about photographing kids. I don’t know about your kids (or grandkids) but they all seem to go through a phase when they simply do not like being photographed, and do everything they can to subvert your efforts, either frowning or …