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Grand Canyon Sunset

One thing I love the most about being an Arizona landscape photographer is how dynamic our light is out here and how dramatically it affects the scene that I'm shooting. Recently, my father and I took our very first camping trip together up to the...

How to Nail Perfect Exposure

Recently, I was asked to write up a tutorial on how to get perfect exposure in natural light scenes. The answer is surprisingly simple, but will require a bit of basic knowledge of how a camera's light meter works. To use the method I'm going...

Using Cropping Modes for Better Landscapes

In this post I'll be using some samples of my Arizona landscape photography to illustrate an easy and extremely useful way to achieve more compelling photos. Within any well done photograph are a few key elements...

Arizona Landscape Photography – Salt River

The Salt River is formed by the confluence of the White River and the Black River in the White Mountains of eastern Gila County, Arizona. Its course flows through multiple reservoirs, dams, and canyons before winding it's way into the Phoenix metro area. One of the last majestic locations on it's journey...

Superstition Mountains

Last night The History Channel premiered a new series entitled "Legend of the Superstition Mountains". I was really excited when I heard they were producing this show as the Superstition Mountains are basically my back yard here in Arizona. The show centers around the search...

Southwest Landscape Photography

Somedays I'll go out to shoot landscape photography here in Arizona and everything seems to fall into place leading to a whole new set of images. Other days I'll spend the entire day out in the field and come back with nothing...