Through the Canadian Wilderness

In August, Jay and I spent a few days in the Canadian Rockies with the crew from Shade Tree Films. You can watch the film here!
The Wind and the Mountain

Capture the Wind

Do you put your camera away when it gets windy? Or do you pull it out and let the wind paint a picture for you?

Why do you keep going back?

Do you believe that some locations have been photographed so often that there's no way to get a unique photo? I don't believe that.
Twinsburg, Ohio (OH), USA

Pre-Focus to Photograph Insects

It would seem rather difficult to photograph insect, but knowing its behavior and how to setup your camera can make it easy.
Heaven and Earth

Who's Afraid of a Big Bad Storm?

Check weather conditions before you leave, and keep an eye on the skies. Be aware of what's coming, and bring the right gear.

With Love from Me to You

I used a wide aperture to produce a very narrow depth of field, so that very little of this photo is in sharp focus.
Colorado, USA

High Key Black and White

High key black and white photography showcases patterns, contrast, and subtle tones rather than color.
The Pearl and the Storm

Tell Me Your Storm Story!

These are some of my favorite stormy shots. I'd love to hear about your experiences shooting in nasty weather!
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Can you Share your Processing Workflow?

When I speak publicly, I get a lot of questions about how much work I do in post, and how - exactly - I produce a finished image.

An Ode to Negative Space

I am a dreamer. An artist. A mother. A reader. A wanderer. And a lover of negative space.