Tag Archive: autumn

Telluride’s Bounty

I had the absolute pleasure of spending this year’s peak Autumn colors in Telluride, CO. It’s rare that I stray to far from my usual Wyoming stomping grounds for the Fall, but 2015 was… 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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Telluride // What I learned…

The biggest take-away for me from this year’s Telluride Photo Festival was… drumroll please…. ….Shoot for yourself.  Not what you think editors/ agencies/ clients want… just keep shooting the way you see the… Continue reading

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WY // The Active Landscape

One thing I will most certainly be working on this year: active people within a landscape. Though I have always considered myself a landscape shooter, I realized recently that in order to generate more… 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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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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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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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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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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wyoming | the many faces of the tetons

my working title for this post originally was “l’obsession des tetons”… you know, referencing western wyoming’s french explorer roots. then, thanks to google translate, i quickly realized it was essential that i think… Continue reading

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wyoming | our time

thanks to our clients and friends at the goosewing ranch, and our new ranch HAND | photographic business venture, Elle and i spent nearly a month in wyoming this fall. we headed up… Continue reading

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the goosewing ranch | part 2

the beautiful goosewing ranch had us out again for a week in september, and it was fantastic. with wildlife abounding and the trees aflame with fall colors, this time of year in the… Continue reading

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like brothers on a hotel bed

wyoming is not a place i share with other people.  i do it alone.  that may sound like a prick thing to say, but it’s true. i go up there to experience solitude,… Continue reading

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