Tag Archive: art

The Wyomingites | Genesis

When I first arrived in Pinedale in the winter of 2005, it was -40F. Not the most hospitable place I’d ever lived. Considering up until that point, I had only lived in Dallas and Austin,… Continue reading

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Photographing // Tents

Yeah, it’s a thing.  And if you follow me on Instagram, you know that I clearly enjoy it. Photographing tents in amazing places is trending on Instagram and other social media outlets, and for good… Continue reading

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Neutral Density Filter Basics

— andrew   Take your photography to the next level… check out my exciting, NEW workshop dates:   Isle of Skye // S C O T L A N D // 2016 Highlands // S C O T L A N D // 2016… Continue reading

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#scotlove

Well, it happened again. I kind of expected it, but still it hit me like a ton of bricks. I went and fell in love with another place… Sorry Wyoming, South Sudan, Beirut,… Continue reading

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#wyolove

So finally, after all of these years living in and/ or visiting Wyoming, I have the compelling idea I’ve been looking for to do a book. Just google “wyoming photography books”, and I… Continue reading

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The Art of The “Workcation”

Every time I travel I get asked, “Business, or pleasure?” Often my answer is “Well… both.” A puzzled look frequently follows. It took Ellen and I a few years to find the proper… Continue reading

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Telluride // Fall Color

The timing was pretty close to perfect for this year’s Telluride Photo Fest. Colors were in full force in the southern San Juans of Colorado. It was my first Fall in Telluride… and… Continue reading

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Blue Hour Teaser // Fair Day

If you hang around photographers long enough, you’re bound to hear myriad gushing tales about the “golden hour”.  And it is great. But what you don’t hear as often, and I’m not sure… Continue reading

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Hummingbirds. By Remote Control

~ andrew Music: Parlours Liars   Take your photography to a new level… check out my new workshop dates:   Grand Teton Photographic Tour/ Workshops 2014 More Destination Photo Tours/ Workshops 2014   If you are interested… Continue reading

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SE V

It’s back… On November 13, Seed Effect, will be celebrating their fifth year of bringing  transformation to the people of South Sudan through Christ-centered micro-finance. Most of you know that Elle is now… Continue reading

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Remastering An Old Favorite // Lightroom Tutorial

I’d like to think my style has changed… become more refined over the years.  So I wanted to show how I process my images now. And what better way than working with an… Continue reading

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Top 10 Photography Gadgets

Your camera and lenses are the most important tools in your bag.  Hands down.  But there are so many more helpful instruments out there, that sometimes choosing what to pack and what to leave… Continue reading

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Buy Local // BUY ART

The “buy local” movement has gained considerable momentum in the last few years.  And there are many great reasons to support your local economy. But I’d like to see a movement in the… Continue reading

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Telluride Photo Fest // Preview

I have had the pleasure of spending much time in the incomparably beautiful Telluride, Colorado.  But never in the Fall.  So the fact that I’ll be attending the 2014 Telluride Photography Festival in… Continue reading

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When All Else Fails… Time-lapse It

Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.” ~ Ansel Adams Sometimes you get yourself out of bed at 4:30 AM and drive across town to… Continue reading

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Autumn Rules // Top 10 Reasons Why Photogs Agree

I love summer, but in my opinion, nothing compares to the Fall.  Here are my Top 10 Reasons why professional photographers are salivating over the return of Autumn… 10.  No Mosquitos… Okay, less mosquitos at least. Depending… Continue reading

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So, What’s In A Print?

It occurred to me recently that many “new” photographers are greatly undervaluing their prints. Now, it may be that the quality of materials and processes are lacking, or that they are selling open… Continue reading

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Forgetting The Bottom-Line

Being a small business owner, I am often all too aware of the bottom-line.  It makes sense. I am an artists and I love what I do, but I still have to feed… Continue reading

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The Dynamic Cityscape

Shooting cityscapes is not unlike photographing natural landscapes. The main difference is that your city landscape has light elements not seen in nature. This creates incredibly dynamic compositions.  But often, you must start… Continue reading

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Travel as Art

A man said Why, why does traveling in cars and in trains make him feel sad, a beautiful sadness. I’ve felt this before. It’s the people in the cities you’ll never know, it… Continue reading

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Finding Art in the Everyday

To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event. ~ Henri Cartier-Bresson There is undoubtedly an artful rhythm to life.  And at times, we… Continue reading

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