Articles Archive for August 2010
Three days and three states, from a spooky mining town and hippy enclave to a fossil-filled river gorge.
It was lucky that we ran into Jan, because otherwise we wouldn’t have backtracked and spent the afternoon crawling through stalagmites hundreds of feet under Montana.
I think any more weight from so many tourists might force the Yellowstone caldera down into the magma that powers all those geysers.
This video had a wonderful DP with the eye of a photographer. The setups remind me a lot of Will’s videos, which are photo compositions one after another.
Honey Pie from California is a place. on Vimeo.
I know my fair share about Real Dolls, having once written an article about sex dolls. I put it on my website, thinking it would make a fine portfolio piece. That I could send a link to editors, who might like it and lavish me with assignments.
I am not sure editors are the ones seeing it.
Now 6 of the top ten search terms that bring people to my site are related to sex dolls. It appears these searchers are doing some comparative researching before making the plunge into a 6k+ investment. I hope they find my article informative in their decision making. I also hope some of them might be editors who can appreciate some good writing when they see it.
This video had a wonderful DP with the eye of a photographer. The setups remind me a lot of Will’s videos, which are photo compositions one after another. Honey Pie…
Capitol Reef is like a mini Zion. Not as tall, not as wide, but also fewer people to muck up the scenery.
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Too often I find that no matter how I try to shape a story, or what I want to include, it forms organically and something good gets lost in the mix.
It looks like Will and I had similar ambitions for the summer: to breathe some fresh air, rediscover open space, and set out on a wind-blowing-through-our-hair car adventure to explore our own Western United States.
Testing out Lightroom 3′s tethering capabilities at home is incredibly entertaining.