Tag: national park

New Visionary Workshops Site

New Visionary Workshops Site

| August 29, 2012 | Reply

Following up on the success of our Visionary branded workshops in 2012, Michael Gordon and I decided to expand our offerings with additional dates and additional locations. New in 2013 will be a Moab workshop, and we are in the process of designing one more summer offering that will be announced soon. Please visit our […]

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Back Home

Back Home

| October 19, 2011 | 3 Replies

I spent nearly two weeks traveling through Nevada and California. Coming home to my little desert town of Torrey always feels wonderful, no matter where I’ve been, and this time is no exception. The large cottonwoods along Main Street greeted me with a warm golden glow. The tourists are mostly gone and despite the sunny […]

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The Absence of Humans

The Absence of Humans

| June 8, 2011 | 24 Replies

While working on my upcoming eBook: Intimate Portraits of the Colorado Plateau, I came across this blog post by photographer Quang-Tuan Luong whose National Parks exhibit was criticized by Boston Globe critic Mark Feeney who took issue with the images lacking in human presence. As my own work often seeks to exclude the effects of […]

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eBook Review: Photographing the Canadian Rockies by Darwin Wiggett

eBook Review: Photographing the Canadian Rockies by Darwin Wiggett

| April 21, 2011 | 3 Replies

It’s hard to imagine many of my readers are not already familiar with Canadian photographer Darwin Wiggett. His work had been an inspiration to me for almost as long as I’ve been a photographer myself. Darwin’s name is almost synonymous with spectacular imagery of the Canadian Rockies, where he lives, works, and teaches. Still, before […]

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Book Recommendation: Highway 89 by Ann Torrence

Book Recommendation: Highway 89 by Ann Torrence

| December 17, 2009 | 3 Replies

This book is probably not what you expect it to be. When a photographer publishes a book about a road leading to seven National Parks, one might expect a tribute to the scenic beauty and natural history of the place, and indeed the book doesn’t disappoint. But, this book is about so much more than […]

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Yosemite Journals

Yosemite Journals

| October 7, 2009 | 15 Replies

It almost seems like I’m the only nature photographer not to have co-opted Ken Burns’ National Parks series for some self promotion. There are two reasons for that: I don’t watch TV, and I don’t feel quite comfortable taking a free ride on someone else’s hard work. For those who haven’t heard me say it […]

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