Category Archives: Technical Skills

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Wild Horses Out of the Fog

It never ceases to amaze me what I find along the beach in the morning. From old fossils washed up, to pieces of shipwrecks, beautiful shells, and even wildlife. This particular morning, I was heading […]

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Crocodiles of the Cuero y Salado Honduras

Floating down the Rio Saluda in a small native boat in Honduras, I found myself searching for crocodiles at high noon. This wasn’t exactly the time of day one expects to do any serious wildlife […]

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Story Trumps Everything

When is it OK not to see the eyes of your wildlife subject? When is it OK to photograph “butt shots?” When the story that the photograph tells is powerful enough to override just about […]

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The Lovely Poison Dart Frog

The Lovely Poison Frog – yes that is its real name! A.K.A: Phyllobates lugubris Look closely at its back. That is a tadpole right there. The males of the species stand guard over the eggs that […]

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Egret in Black II

Since I first released this photograph, I have fielded quite a few requests for information on how I created this image. Is it heavily photoshoped? Did I add the background? How on Earth did you […]

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Telling Stories with Pine Warblers

As of late, I have been spending a significant amount of time deep inside of Croatan National Forest. This is an extraordinary place – quite unlike any other national forest I have ever had the […]

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Westcott Apollo micro Softbox review

I recently spent 10 days down in Panama bouncing around the islands of the Bocas del Toro area chasing poison dart frogs. If you have ever seen a poison frog then you know they are […]

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Winter 2015 VIP is completed

So for those of you in the know, the VIP newsletter will be sent out this week. I just finished the winter 2015 edition and it’s being tweaked now. Don’t know what this is? Its […]

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Explosions of Fall Color

Its simply impossible to escape the Tetons and Jackson Hole this time of year without being mesmerized by the explosion of colors across the landscape. From the reds of mountain maples to the orange of […]

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BIF setting for mating sandhill cranes

What is it about the prairie regions of this country that cause birds to evolve some of the most bizarre an exotic mating rituals that can be witnessed in the US? Growing up back east, […]

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