Photography

Photography

In college, I was never really very interested in photography. I mean, it was fun to get assignments and go out into the world and walk around and take pictures. But, they were never very good, and the chemical process of the darkroom didn’t appeal to me (yeah I’m old enough to have studied in darkrooms). Digital photography changed all of that… right off the bat I could see how much my photo stunk.

Like anything else, photography takes a lot of practice┬áto get any good at it. I’m certainly not a master, but I feel I’ve come a long ways over the years. I love travelling to beautiful places and taking photos of things I’ve never seen before and trying to capture it’s beauty. I’m excited to see more of the world through my camera lens.

Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park, Utah.
Horseshoe Bend after sunset near Page, Arizona.
At least 7 exposures were used to create this image of Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona.
Ice formations off of Lake Superior near Two Harbors, Minnesota.
San Juan Mountains in autumn, southwestern Colorado.
Mesa Arch in Canyonlands, UT.
Upper Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ. The ghost-like image was created by dust particles in the air being lit up by the beam of sunlight coming through the opening of the slot canyon.
Upper Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ.
Upper Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ.
Skyline at twilight of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Long exposure of 20-30 seconds were used to capture the motion of the car lights.
'Lady in the Wind' rock formation in Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona.
Bluejay after a snowfall near Garden City, Minnesota.
Upper Antelope Canyon, Page, AZ.
Golf course near Prior Lake, MN.