Photography

Best Denver Concert Photos 2015

Best Denver Concert Photos of 2015

2015 was another great year for concert photography. I have been able to shoot in almost every Denver venue, from the smallest dive all the way up to almost the largest place we have in Colorado. From all my local favorites, to amazing national acts.…
Types of Cameras

Photo Tips: What Kind of Camera Do I Need?

Lots of folks have been asking me to get back to basics with some photography tips, like I have been doing at conferences. I thought the first post should be about something we all grapple with - what kind of camera (or cameras, plural) are…
Costa Rican Flowers and Plants

The Flowers & Plants of Costa Rica

We have our first real touch of cold here in Colorado, which - let's face it, compared to other parts of the world, is not that cold... but when you have recently been to the rainforest, it sure feels cold. One of the things that…
Waterfall Costa Rica Hot Springs

Costa Rica Waterfall (Animated GIF)

Getting back into the swing of things after being in Costa Rica for 10 days is hard. Overwhelming. Which is why I took some time this afternoon to browse through my thousands of photos from our visit to Tabacon Hot Springs and in a huge effort to relieve the experience, I created an animated GIF of my friends getting pummeled by a waterfall of volcano water. Left to right are Kim Tracy Prince, Andrea Fellman and Romy Schorr. Good sports all three, and great travel buddies.
Shutterfly This Life

Checking out Shutterfly’s This Life Service + Giveaway

Note: I was compensated for this post and received a This Life subscription. I also provided social media consulting to the founders of This Life prior to Shutterfly's acquisition of the company. However, all words, images and opinions are mine. How many photos do you…
Denver Portrait Photography

Portraits In The Park

I joined the board of City Park Jazz this year, which of course means we have been attending more of their concerts. For those who don't know, City Park Jazz is all-volunteer organization that provides 10 free summer concerts every Sunday in Denver's City Park. What this also means, for me, is arriving early... which in turn means sitting front and center rather than the outskirts of those 8,000-10,000 people who regularly attend. In turn, this close proximately to the stage has caused me to watch the light change as the sun sets - and notice what a great location the pavilion is for photo shoots.

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