Marina filling up our water bottles with some fresh snow melt in the Tetons. Cresting the Cascade Canyon in the Tetons. Looking north at the passing storms. Sunset in the Tetons. Hiking down the backside of the trail after dark at 10K feet really freaked me out. One of the views from our second campsite in the Tetons Here is a re – edit of a photo I posted while I was traveling through Wyoming back in 2011. Marina and I filling up on water in the Tetons right before sunset. Marina looking REI add cool up in the Tetons, looking out over the Cascade Canyon. Early evening in the Tetons. Looking south at Grand Teton right after we arrived at our camp the first night. Well above the …
This week I will be posting a few newly edited photographs from my time in the Grand Teton National Park back in September of 2011.
A few Sundays back, I was in Corvallis on a drive. This photo was taken at a viewpoint on the north end of town.
Earlier this May I was driving back into Eugene from a weekend out in the cascades. The storm broke and this very vivid rainbow appeared on the East end of the city.
I think the shapes that ripples etties and currents make in water are really interesting. This is a photo from the upper Willamette River in early May.
Out on a desert road east of Paisely shooting old pop cans with this revolver.
I have not updated my current photo in a long time, I think my last photo was from November 2012. This was shot at 50mm f1.8 with the nikon n80 and 200 speed kodak film. I have been really impressed with how well the film photos capture color and saturation, cleaner white balance – better tone overall. #beliveinfilm and check out my film ebook I put together last year. www.workingwithfilm.info
I am proud of how well this photo turned out. This was taken on the side of the road out in the country, I stopped to take a photo of the hillside and clouds – I had to wait forever for this little ladybug to make its way to the top of this purple spring flower. In this photo I really like the mix of saturated Green and Purple, with the small (too small) accent of the red on the Ladybug.
Photo from this post were taken while we were out on a rafting trip in southern Oregon over Memorial Day weekend. This rafting trip was great, the standard day trip – Hogs creek to Graves creek.
My Friend Robert picked up this early 90’s toyota pickup truck a few months back. This was the first time really taking off road. Here is Robert and Tyler hitting one of the larger puddles on this forest service road.
The photos in this post are from a trip a few weeks back. For this trip to the Toketee Falls and hot springs, I shot almost exclusively with a Nikon N80 and a roll of 100 speed Kodak ektar film. Most of these shots are just casual camp photos of me and my friends, but it is a huge interest of mine to photograph a campaign with this style. Call me Poler.