Mastering Photography – Those Pesky Power Lines

Bison At Rocky Mountain Arsenal I’ve noticed over the years, the tendency of landscape photographers, including myself, to lament the presence of power lines in their composition. Power lines are just about everywhere one goes. They are a byproduct of human civilization. As a photographer, sooner or later, you’ll have to make a decision on…

Photographing the Buffalo

I have a love/hate relationship with RMA National Wildlife Refuge. I love the wildlife photography available there; however, I hate the fact that it’s a miserable drive to get there for me. Being on the exact opposite side of the Denver-Metro area from my home and considering the best photographic time to be there being…

The Photographic Cycles of Life in Colorado

By mid-October, Winter weather begins its grip on Colorado. As a matter of fact, it’s snowing as I type this. Our first noticeable snow storm of the season here in Denver. The warm season doesn’t last long here at high altitude. Mountain folk think of Denver and the Front Range dwellers as “flat-landers” to a…

Sunday Morning Deer Action

Out to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR this morning. There have been news reports of newborn bison at the Arsenal so my buddy Tim and I made a run through the arsenal this morning. Lots of bison, lots of deer, not a lot of photography as the animals weren’t exactly in good light for most…

Photographic Cycles of Life

For the past month or so, I’ve been concentrating on photographing Bison in a Winter environment. Photos of Buffalo covered in snow sell, plain and simple. As I’ve grown older I’ve moved away from an active 9 to 5 type of existence into a more laissez faire approach to life in general. I’m no longer…

Trending on Sunday.

A nice little snow storm landed on Denver yesterday and they have been far and few between this season to use an overused cliche. As a result, my friend Tim and I took the opportunity to spend Sunday morning at Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, Northwest of Denver. We lucked out with a herd…

Trending on Thursday

The Bison are part of the herd at Wolf Springs Ranch in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains near Westcliffe, Colorado. With over 55,000 acres of land, you can purchase this property for a mere 49 million dollars. If you’re looking for a good place for Colorado outdoor photography, try exploring what the Sangre de Cristo…