I you followed the recent hype, you’d probably know about the November 2016 “Super Moon”. It is 17% larger and 30% brighter than normal. That makes it a virtual magnet for any warm blooded photographer willing to get up early and brave the elements! The last Super Moon this large was in 1948 and the next one won’t be until 2034. As they say, “You have to get it while the getting is good!” Well, that was my plan! Continue reading “There Should Have Been a Moon! Morning at Schwabacher Landing”
Throughout the year, I create monthly journals which often include comments, links, and tips that could help readers. Unfortunately, many of them eventually get buried or lost. This page consolidates a list of them into a single location.
Back Button Focus: This technique has a lot of dedicated followers including about 1/3 of the clients I take out on my Teton Photo Excursions. Continue reading “Miscellaneous Tips & Links: Software, Apps, Settings, Comments, Etc.”
sony-a7rii-imageSo what is one-third smaller, lighter, has a fraction of the moving parts and almost twice the resolution of my other cameras? It is one of the newest generation of mirror-less, full-frame, interchangeable lens cameras - MILCs. Continue reading "The MILC Revolution"
~ Common Scenes from a Historic Corner of Jackson Hole.
You don’t have to make a trip to Jackson Hole to find little gems worthy of photos. Abandoned vehicles and dilapidated buildings can be found sprinkled across the country. I like old things and old places — so I find myself driving around looking for them. In this case, I didn’t have to go far! Continue reading “The Grungy Side of Kelly”
“November: Fall is Over and Winter Feels Imminent”
November 2, 2016 – Wednesday
Morning Clouds: Like many days, it depends on where you are in the valley whether you see blue sky or thick fog. Town and river bottoms were socked in, plus there was a log hanging cloud in front of the Teton range. Nikon D810 and Nikon 24-70mm lens.