Yesterday, I installed one of my recent photos inside the Waterfront Grille Restaurant inside the Estes Park Resort on Lake Estes. This was a little larger than most of the print orders I get. They needed it to be 30 feet long by 6 feet tall. It also needed to be removable so that they can open this accordion wall each weekend. So, we did it in canvas panels that attach to the carpeted wall with Velcro. I think it came out really well.
Almost every day people tell me that they wish they could take photos like mine but feel it is an unreachable goal, only to be accomplished with top-of-the-line, expensive equipment. In this new e-book, I provide an introduction to the world of landscape photography, making it easily understandable while also showing how you can do it on a very limited budget. Getting Started in Landscape Photography is your guide to taking the first steps in this wonderful art.
For years, people have been asking me for information about where to photograph in Rocky Mountain National Park. Well, I've finally put together a 100 page book filled with photos that shows where to go, when to be there and how to get the best shots. It is based on many years of experience and is an incredibly helpful guide for those visiting the national park. Right now, I've just released it in a PDF version which can be read on tablets and computers and soon I will also have printed copies available as well. I'll announce it here when they are ready. Click on the image to read more about it or to order the PDF version.
In early May I managed to run away for a week to enjoy my yearly spring trip to the desert. This is where I unwind after months of being trapped in the gallery and begin to prepare myself mentally for the busy photographic season which lies ahead. It is always so much fun to run away from winter for a little bit and get an early taste of spring. On this trip I alternated from visiting heavily traveled spots to more remote locations. Have a look at some of what I saw.