Howdy! I hope you all had a great weekend. It is getting cold here in Colorado. I have shot Fisher Towers many times, but in this image I wanted to try a fresh take on them. I opted for my 45mm PC-E (a very unique and specialized lens) to add a little extra ‘something something’ to the image. In the end, I dug it. I will have more about this image and places all around the Moab area in an upcoming video workshop I’m working on with my partner from PixelTraining.net. I can’t wait to share it with you. It is going to be really cool, fun, inspiring and I think you will all learn some very valuable information from it. Keep you posted!
It’s getting closer, this week I have the trailer ready! If you are an email subscriber, you’ll have to visit the site to watch it. Just click here and take a look! It will be ready for Small Business Monday, so make sure you are signed up for my newsletter and I’ll get you exclusive introductory pricing. I hope you all have a great weekend!
It’s not that great a photo but that’s all I could come up with. For the last week we have been hard at work producing a completely new and totally fresh photography video series. Our pilot should be done soon and I can’t wait to show it to you. In this shot alone we had four video cameras rolling. No Joke! I apologize for the not so great photo, but when it is all said and done I think you’ll dig it. Stay tuned!
The x100s coupled with VSCO Film Packs makes for a compact and efficient creative tool. I photographed these two young musicians in Santa Fe this summer. They were quite good. Nothing like listening to a little boot stopmin’ rootsy folk while you browse local artisan offerings. They actually made an appearance in this movie I filmed while exploring the New Mexico landscape.
As many of you might know, I have been in the middle of a creative retooling. I have moved from my tried and true Nikons to the Fuji X system. I have written at length about the system itself, but something that I haven’t touched on is the peripherals that have changed in support of my new kit. One of which is my bag. I have ditched modern-day nylon and plastic, for the timeless class of adventure bags built to last a lifetime. I have two of these bags, one is a satchel which I use for travel and street photography. The other is this one. A good old fashion backpack for hiking and landscape photography. If you are interested, you can find them over at Saddleback Leather. They are a great company that stands behind their gear. (Ethics Note: I am in no way endorsed by Saddleback Leather, I just think they are a cool company).
Photographer’s Note – This is a .jpg straight out of my Fuji X-E1 using the 35mm 1.4. I shot this on location while I was filming my next video workshop. We should have it published by year’s end. Sign up for my newsletter if you you’d like the details and a discount when it is launched. Sign up here!