Posts filed under: Road Tripping

An Irish in-law recently emailed and asked if I could put together a portfolio of green landscape photography. Having been to Olympic National Park on quite a few occasions I was more than happy to help her out. Olympic National...
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I’ve been wanting to see what my pictures might look like as metal prints for a long time. When talking to potential bride/grooms about printing and why they want to pick my print shop instead of Costco to make their...
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Many, but not all, photographers love going on road trips. My favorite road trip destinations are to the nation’s National Parks and other wild places. Balancing my wedding and portrait photography work with venturing into the wild country gives my...
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About a week ago I watched a webinar on blogging. Since Marketing and Sales are like foreign languages to my mind, webinars have come to the rescue to help translate the language into something I can understand better. The blogging...
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Before I was a Bend Wedding Photographer I was a newspaper photographer. My first job was with the Telegraph Herald in Dubuque, Iowa. I worked there for three years before moving to Bend in 2000. Before moving I did some research...
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People who know me have heard my voice. It’s always hoarse and soft. The reason why are the polyps on my vocal cords. the polyps showed up a couple years after I was injured while working at Genentech Inc. in...
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Sometimes I do pictures nobody but me likes very much. I always love to share the pictures from road trips and there’s always a few pictures nobody likes. These two fell into that category. The first one used the light...
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Every time this Bend Oregon Photographer surfs the web and looks for landscape photography this picture or something very similar to it shows up. (Like the totally shameless link I threw in there?) I know Jack Dykinga has these pictures...
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I brought my at the time pregnant wife, Mary, to this place to sleep in this tent a almost five years ago now. It was windy and sort of cold at the the approximately 10,000 foot elevation where I talked...
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I would normally never keep or show this picture to anyone because it’s kind of boring. The town had two places of interest. Over the hill to the left you can find the main part of the town with most...
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