Month: June 2010

How To Unleash Your Creativity as a Photographer

Moose in Fall Cottonwoods

We all hit dry spells. Sometimes photographers will complain that there’s nothing out there to shoot. Writers will come across a writer’s block. Many other artists will say they simply haven’t had enough to drink yet. Obviously with the lack of blog posts I’ve had lately, there’s a reason I’m typing this up.… Keep reading...

Great-Horned Owlet in the Gros Ventre Campground

Great-Horned Owlet in Cottonwood Tree

I feel as though I haven’t been posting very much lately, and I’m going to immediately blame the World Cup. There are certainly other factors at play though. Summers are a very busy time in Jackson Hole and spring has officially begun winding down to make way for summer and in addition to that, I recently moved from northern Jackson down to Wilson, Wyoming, just west of downtown Jackson.… Keep reading...

How To Create a Dramatic Black and White Photo

Mountains Along Apache Trail

Finding a good black and white photo isn’t always as easy as many people might think at first. The most important thing to remember is that color photos will always convert to a better black and white image than a photo shot as a black and white in the camera. Why is that?… Keep reading...