Antarctica Rust

I am as rustaholic. For years, I have been fascinated by the effects of rust on different metal objects and the abstract beauty that comes with it.  If there is something rusty, I have shot it.  From cars, trains, pipes, ships and...

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Ben Olson Antarctica

My Visit To Antarctica

I was sitting in the hospital the day after my second son was born when Kevin Raber called. I left the room so I wouldn’t wake my wife and son, and in hindsight that was a good decision as I almost screamed...

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Devils Castle

I’m Off To Greenland

It’s been kind of funny when people ask where I am going next and I say that I am headed to Greenland to assure them we aren’t interested in buying their country. We live in funny times, don’t we? I am excited...

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This is what I packed in the case. Two camera bodies (In lens wraps), 100-400mm, 16-35mm and 24-105mm lens. A OSMO Action cam and handle as well as sound gear, lens cloths, blower and a few other little things.

I Had To Check My Cameras

I am one of those photographers, most likely like yourself, who never checks in his cameras. I constantly work to make sure I get a good boarding position so I can claim overhead space for my camera backpack. I carry my cameras...

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Palouse Harvest Update

It has been non-stop since Monday. We are beginning our last day today. For the last three and a half days, we have covered hundreds of miles and had the chance to photograph a ton of different landscapes. The Palouse is dynamic...

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Back In The Palouse

If you are not familiar with the Palouse, a region in the U.S. Northwest, you owe it to yourself to learn more about this beautiful part of America. I have been photographing in the Palouse for at least 12 years. Every trip...

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