The Art
Of Mystery

Techniques to compose
abstract photographs of
nature that inspire
your viewer’s imagination
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5 Tips To Master
B&W Printing

The practice of printing
your work will help
you develop your vision
as a photographer
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Wildlife In
Black & White

Celebrating light, the natural
world and the beauty
that I see in it
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Avoid Common
Photo Mistakes

as a checklist each
time you shoot
to avoid simple errors
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Classes, Tours &

Plan your next photo adventure
and learn from the pros
in inspiring locations
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The art, craft and
vision of making
successful black-and-white
landscape photographs
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Black Canyon
Of The Gunnison

One of the most under visited
national parks, this park in Colorado
offers stunning canyon overlooks
Explore This Favorite Place

On Location

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Photo of Mount Robson
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Mount Robson

Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia

Photography Gear

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Image of a ram at Yellowstone National Park
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Canon RF800mm F5.6 L IS USM: A New Standard In Super-Telephoto Lenses

Agile handling, impressive autofocus and exceptional image quality make this lens ideal for wildlife photography
Image of K & F Concept Square Filter System attached to a Sony camera
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The Advantages Of Square Filters

Square filter systems like K&F CONCEPT’s X PRO Square Filter System offer several benefits compared to circular filters for landscape photography

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Tips & Techniques

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Silhouettes In Nature Photography

I love to photograph at dawn and dusk. I also love the light when the sun hovers near the horizon….

Example of abstract nature photography
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The Art of Mystery

Use these creative techniques to compose abstract photographs that inspire your viewer’s imagination.

Pro Perspectives

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Image of a cheetah in Tanzania
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The Last Place On Earth

Looking back for perspective as I plan my next photo adventure.