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...

Freeing Up Your Mind Through Solo Travel

Waterfall in Coyote Gulch

During the course of my trip, I had plenty of time to myself which, looking back in hindsight, isn’t something I’m particularly used to. In most of my earlier life I yearned for the company of others. Before moving to Jackson Hole I was living with my girlfriend at the time.… Keep reading...

Coyote Gulch in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah

Night Sky Above Coyote Gulch

I didn’t have many plans or destination on my road trip, but one thing I was determined to do was backpack into Coyote Gulch, even if only for a night. I had seen a few photos and knew I had to get back there. On my way down to Phoenix, I missed my opportunity due to a big storm that had come through and threw off my chance to get there at that time.… Keep reading...