Movie Review: Dunkirk

It’s no secret that director Christopher Nolan is a film geek. He, as well as others such as Quentin Tarantino, have done much to keep the “film” part of “film-making” alive. The 70mm film format shines both in the expansive

Movie Review: Dunkirk

It’s no secret that director Christopher Nolan is a film geek. He, as well as others such as Quentin Tarantino, have done much to keep the “film” part of “film-making” alive. The 70mm film format shines both in the expansive

Movie Review: mother!

Mother! is a polarizing film. There will be those who love it, then there will be even more who hate it. Those in the latter group are likely to be in this group for one of two reasons. They either

Movie Review: mother!

Mother! is a polarizing film. There will be those who love it, then there will be even more who hate it. Those in the latter group are likely to be in this group for one of two reasons. They either

Grand Canyon in Monochrome

In my last post, I shared my color photos I took of the Grand Canyon. Here, I will share some of the monochrome photos. Why monochrome? From my experience, I’ve found that most photographers “see” in color. There are others

Grand Canyon in Monochrome

In my last post, I shared my color photos I took of the Grand Canyon. Here, I will share some of the monochrome photos. Why monochrome? From my experience, I’ve found that most photographers “see” in color. There are others

Grand Canyon in Color

Even though I lived in Arizona for several years, I never made the time to visit the Grand Canyon. Sure, like most, I didn’t have the extra time, money, or initiative to make it happen. In the end, those were

Grand Canyon in Color

Even though I lived in Arizona for several years, I never made the time to visit the Grand Canyon. Sure, like most, I didn’t have the extra time, money, or initiative to make it happen. In the end, those were

Favorite Photo

Whether you consider yourself a ‘real’ photographer or not, if you’re at all interested in the art/hobby/profession, you undoubtedly take some measure of pride in your work. Often, this sense of pride leads to us having a favorite photo or two.

Favorite Photo

Whether you consider yourself a ‘real’ photographer or not, if you’re at all interested in the art/hobby/profession, you undoubtedly take some measure of pride in your work. Often, this sense of pride leads to us having a favorite photo or two.

Hurricane Ridge

I took this photograph in 2005at Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. I consider it to be my first ‘real’ photo. By that, I mean that I slowly and carefully considered the composition instead of taking a quick snap-shot. It

Hurricane Ridge

I took this photograph in 2005at Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park. I consider it to be my first ‘real’ photo. By that, I mean that I slowly and carefully considered the composition instead of taking a quick snap-shot. It

Rio Grande

A recent work trip took me to Albuquerque, New Mexico. On my last day, I had a couple of hours before I had to catch my plane. I used this time to head toward the outskirts of the city to

Rio Grande

A recent work trip took me to Albuquerque, New Mexico. On my last day, I had a couple of hours before I had to catch my plane. I used this time to head toward the outskirts of the city to