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So you've noticed the HDR setting on your camera (and maybe even on your phone). And you are like, "what's that do?" Or you've used it and you're like, "Wow! What pretty bright colors." I'll try to explain without mumbo-jumbo what's going on, why ... 

Before we move on to other compositional methods, I'd like to make a few points about other image sizes and how they relate to the "Rule of Thirds". Digital photography allows us to play around with various image sizes not related to the standard fi... 

Southwest US - Lesser Wonders

January 27th, 2017

This entry deals with some lesser known areas in the Southwest that provide fantastic photography opportunities, but on a smaller more intimate scale. Two are a BLM (Bureau of Land Management) controlled area and the others are routes or areas well w... 

As previously discussed, the area of the four corners (aka Golden Circle of National Parks) doesn’t just encompass National Parks but also Navajo Tribal Parks, National Monuments, BLM areas, and National Recreation areas. Below is my take on the “b... 

Sure Bet in Vegas

October 26th, 2015

If you travel to Las Vegas and have never been to the Southwest before, there is a popular, but not too publicized, day trip that will introduce you to the wide variety of topography and geology across the entire area. The sights and vistas of the r... 

The United States Southwest Region and more specifically the greater "Four Corners" Area offer the country's most iconic American west landscapes. No other place on earth offers the degree of weathered sandstone, extruded lava flows, and high countr... 

Recent trip to Colorado took me to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park just outside Montross. Ended up there in mid-late morning. The Black Canyon is a shooting challenge in that it has a vertical drop of 2700 feet at max and a narrow of...