Category Archive: travel

canon 24 f/1.4L II // field review

Another lens I’ve coveted from a distance for the last few months is the Canon 24mm f/1.4L II (US $1749). This super fast wide angle prime lens is supposed to be one of the… Continue reading

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telluride // a few shots

By the time we got to Telluride, I was ready for a much needed break. I had been working night and day for nearly 10 days in the park, not getting much sleep… Continue reading

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canon 500 f/4L IS II // field review

I have been itching to get my hands on the new Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM(US $10,499). I’ve shot several times with the version one 500 f/4 and 600 f/4, and loved… Continue reading

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rocky mountain np // motion

For fun, I decided to make a short video of some of my time-lapses and motion captures from the trip. And yes, I just had to sneak some marmots in for a cameo… Continue reading

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rocky mountain national park // pictures

Well, after 3 weeks and 4300 miles, I’m finally back home. It was an epic road trip and I am so pleased with the work I had the chance to produce in 5… Continue reading

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rocky mountain high | road-trip 2013

I have never been to Rock Mountain National Park.  Yeah… seriously. With all of the locations I drive to regularly in New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, for some reason, I have never been.… Continue reading

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canon 17-40 f/4L // review

Okay, so I’m going to embark on a journey through territory that is quite new to this blog… reviewing gear. I’ve been asked by a few folks to give my thoughts on new… Continue reading

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brazos bend | where the wild things are

If you’ve visited this blog more than once, you probably know that I love Brazos Bend State Park.  And I LOVE alligators.  Strange, I know. But an interesting new development from this last… Continue reading

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lake hudson | time lapse

A few weeks ago we went to my cousin’s cabin on Lake Hudson in Oklahoma. It was a wonderful time to relive warm childhood memories, and help create new impressions with our little… Continue reading

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a cool toned campout

my brother in law invited a few of his friends and me to his uncle’s farm to camp this past weekend. other than me, it was a bunch of dad’s with their young… Continue reading

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andrew r. slaton // workshops

woo hoo!!  i’m excited to announce my new workshop blog!! check it out… find the learning adventure you’ve been looking for…  and be sure to subscribe to stay up to date with what… Continue reading

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telluride | color portraits

how fun to have two friends with birthdays, one after the other. then add on top of it a quick trip to telluride to celebrate. then, add on top of that a slew… Continue reading

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telluride | a frozen landscape

all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2013

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why?

I won’t propose to wrap up the questions of the universe in this post, but I found the “why” question swirling around my heart and head a lot while in South Sudan the… Continue reading

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the beautiful faces

The first thing I noticed when we landed in South Sudan was all of the beautiful, interesting faces of the people. I guess that’s just the photographer in me. Many of them are… Continue reading

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thoughts swirling of africa

we landed in Africa a few days ago and it is unlike anything I have ever experienced. needless to say, my words feel incomplete and somewhat insecure at this point. but a day… Continue reading

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wyoming | last look at soda

as always, it was very hard for me to leave wyoming. so i took a short tour of soda lake before starting my long drive home. i was met by what felt like… Continue reading

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south sudan | seed effect

i shot this image a few years ago in beirut, lebanon. it is a simple a detail of a wall, but for me it says a whole lot more. the middle east is… Continue reading

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landscape design book

i got to shoot for my friend, stephen breaux again last week. stephen is the phenomenal landscape designer who founded austin-based breaux design. i’ve said it here before that i love his work.  so… Continue reading

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wyoming | elk hunt

i was incredibly excited to be invited on Mike and Ellen’s elk hunt at the end of my trip to wyoming in september. at that point, Elle had to head home, so i… Continue reading

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wyoming | the bounty of autumn

it’s been said before that fall in the mountains is a magical time. the leaves are changing, the temperature drops, and the animals are energized with hormones for mating season. moose populations in… Continue reading

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