A year ago today I witnessed one of the coolest weather phenomenons monsoon offers. Swipe right and check me IG story to see all the videos and how excited I was. I was shocked I even captured it because I was down in Tucson capturing lightning and had to drive an hour to get in front of the wall of dust. I didn’t think I was gonna make it after pulling over a couple times. Such an incredible sight to see! I can’t wait for more this summer. Consider joining me on a workshop if you want in on the ...
We still have a few open seats for our Monsoon Photography Workshop July 19-21st! Join monsoon legend @johnsirlin and I as we chase and photograph some incredible weather such as lightning, dust storms, rainbows, and beautiful sunsets. More information and registration is on my website! Link in bio.
Just a heads up that I’ve added a Tucson Landscape Astrophotography workshop next weekend! This might be the last local group session for the next 8 weeks due Monsoon! Learn how to capture the Milkyway, startrails, light painting, and more in this immersive in-field workshop! Only a few spots open. More information and registration is on my website. Link in bio! *sold out*
I’m pretty excited to be included in the latest issue of @arizonahighways! An image I took last summer at San Xavier caught the attention of their editors and they decided to do a Q&A full page spread about it! Swipe left to see the article and be sure to check out all the other awesome images in there too :)
I’ve been feeling pretty under the weather lately but it’s amazing what a couple of stargazing and good company can do for you. ⠀ EXIF - Single Exposure ⠀ Camera: Sony a7s2 Lens: Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8 Shutter: 15 seconds ISO: 6400
Swipe left to see the iconic mittens at Monument Valley being lit by a beautiful sunset. The haze you see you in the pano is from 40mph winds blowing dust through the valley. ⠀ Geek Stuff - Single Exposures ⠀ Camera: Nikon d850 Lens: Nikon 14-24 f/11 Shutter: 1/250 seconds ISO: 100 18 shots stitched and processed in LR/PS. This image is huge and can be printed on very large mediums!
Milkyway arching over Monument Valley. This place is loaded with amazing views. Where’s your favorite at this iconic location? ⠀ Geek Stuff - Single Exposures ⠀ Camera: Nikon d850 Lens: Nikon 14-24 f/2.8 Shutter: 20 seconds ISO: 10,000 9 shots stitched and processed in LR/PS