Though not officially named, the mountain in this photo is called Mustang Peak but is also known as Howard Peak. One of a series of smaller peaks dotting the ridgeline above 10, 800', the peak in the photo is just over 11,000'. Located in the Pioneer Mountains of central Idaho, it is the backdrop of... Continue Reading →
I took this, and several other photos, of a moose a few years ago at Elkhorn Hot Springs just outside Polaris, MT. We had just pulled in to the pool area parking lot and this moose, and her two calves were just milling about near the pool fence. I got out of the vehicle and... Continue Reading →
I actually have no idea what this lake is called, so I've dubbed it "unknown lake". What I do know is that it was off in a side canyon up a rough trail in the mountains outside Sun Valley, ID. It was a gorgeous August day, and the water was the clearest I have ever... Continue Reading →
Okay. This is obviously not a landscape photo or a graphic I created. But I couldn't resist posting a picture of our amazing dog, Nolly. She is as sweet as she is adorable.
Here is my first attempt at animating a photo. I brought the Snake River Canyon Photo into Hype 3 (HTML5 Interactive web content and animation software from Tumult, Inc. - you can buy it here: https://tumult.com/hype/) Looks pretty cool for a first go at using the software.
As good as the Long Lake photo looks, it looks downright killer in B&W. Somehow it makes the details pop. I may have to have this printed in large format, framed, and hung in my house somewhere.
I took this photo in late July of 2017 near Copper Canyon just north of Mackay, Idaho. My mother-in-law and I drove a Razor on a trail meant for dirt bikes and ATV's, white-knuckling it half the way up. We experienced a thunderstorm and had to take cover under a tree for a while. But,... Continue Reading →
Turn the contrast up to 99%, add a gradient map layer with some bright colors, and bask in the awesomeness of this duotone effect.