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My Eastern Sierra Sojourn

The Eastern Sierras of California have their own kind of magic. I’ve always known that. And of course, there’s a reason why Galen Rowell chose to call the town of Bishop in the Owens Valley home. This past week, I ventured down that way as a sort of mini-retreat to clear my mind, heart and…

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Fujifilm’s GFX 50 S: YES! Worth The 35 Year Wait

The Fujifilm GFX 50S medium format camera? No biggie; I’ve only waited 35 years for it. ūüėČ As it turns out, this gorgeous beast was worth¬†waiting for.¬†😁 Here is a video Justin Majeczky and I¬†made for Fujifilm about the GFX… my story (including about how this video was so down-to-wire it almost didn’t get made!)…

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The Fujifilm XT20: What’s Beta Testing REALLY Like?

I get this question alot: ¬†“What’s beta testing a camera really like?”. Well, I believe it’s a different experience for each person who does it. For instance, while there IS overlap between them, I loosely see 3 groups when it comes to camera testers/assessors:

The Paradox & A Couple of Myths

The Paradox Here’s a paradox for you: When I go out to photograph nature, landscape and this gorgeous world of ours – I luxuriate in the experience. Every blessed second of it. I feel like I’m standing in the heart of creation, where I can mostly clearly hear the voice of the Divine. Taken with…

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Where Air & Earth Meet

OK, I know you know where air and earth meet. But what¬†I’m talking about is where aerial and terrestrial photography meet and have a common ground. Where they support each other. Serve one another. Yeah, I’m fancy that way.