Conversation With Peter Eastway – Stranded

Peter Eastway is a great friend and extraordinary photographer from Australia. We have done numerous workshops together in a number of different and exotic locations around the world. Peter is one of the most optimistic and positive photographers I know. No matter...

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A Pyramid Perspective

As I passed by The Pyramids at College Park, located at 3500 Depauw Boulevard, Indianapolis, I looked out the window of the family van and noticed this was the day I had been waiting for.  The Pyramids are office buildings that are part...

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Rolling Shutter on a Planetary Scale

HiRise, the High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment, is a camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). HiRise is a project of the University of Arizona’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, LPL, in Tucson, AZ. The mission is to photograph the surface of Mars in...

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Ghostly Geese

Silo City Reflections

The year before last I wrote an article for Kevin Raber’s website entitled Silo City Revisited as a follow on to articles by Michael Reichmann and Kevin about photography at the grain silos, elevators and flour mills on the Silo City site...

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Beautiful Icebergs

Workshops Are Back – 2021

Being Optimistic The year 2020 started off well. We had a great workshop in Antarctica with some incredible photography. All of our other workshops were sold out, and I was looking forward to a good year of fine photography, meeting new and...

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