Tag Archive: landscape

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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20 Below // Yellowstone

Life is all about adaptation. If you can’t stay flexible, especially when on the road, you’ll end up frustrated and angry. Plans are going to change. Your best efforts will be thwarted frequently. I… Continue reading

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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 Ocean Song

The sea is emotion incarnate. It loves, hates, and weeps. It defies all attempts to capture it with words and rejects all shackles. No matter what you say about it, there is always… Continue reading

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Canon’s New EF 16-35 f/4L // Field Review

Affordable, super sharp (even called ‘the sharpest Canon has ever made’), and sturdy.  Did I mention it also has IS?  Oh yeah, and a 77mm filter ring. It wasn’t all that long ago (2… 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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How To Travel All The Time… Forever

Ellen and I get asked all the time, “How do you do it?!?” With baffled looks, most people begin to wonder whether we are trust fund babies or maybe secret oil barons. Well… Continue reading

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Photographing // Waterfalls

Creating stunning waterfall and river shots is not always as simple as finding a compelling composition and just pointing your camera. There are some basic, and even advanced techniques that you need to… Continue reading

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Planning An Epic (International) Road Trip // SCOTLAND

Trying to plan road trip can be intimidating for the uninitiated.  But planning an international road trip can be downright terrifying. There are so many unknowns when hitting the open road in a foreign… 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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MT Obsession // Pilot Peak

Okay, so I have another mountain portrait obsession*.  Pilot Peak.  Well, technically, it started four years ago on my usual Fall trip to Wyoming and Montana.  But it really hit me this year.… 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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A Few Faces of Long’s Peak // 48 Hrs in RMNP

If you’ve been following this blog at all, you’ll know that I love photographing mountains.  And if you’ve been following for a long time, you might know that I can get obsessed with… Continue reading

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The Pursuit

I am in constant pursuit of the perfect image.  A story told through the capture of a singular moment in time.  Sometimes the pursuit is brought about by clients who hire me to… 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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Silence, In Black and White

When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs.  When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.”  ~ Ansel Adams     Storm and Colorado River, South Rim, Grand Canyon NP,… Continue reading

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Welcome To The New

I had a new design concept for my workshops and the new site last week… and on a wild hair, I completely redid my slatonworkshops.com website in just a few days.  And I absolutely… Continue reading

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Hurry Up And Wait

I remember this old adage being used frequently when I was an assistant to several commercial photographers in Dallas and Austin in my younger days. “Today will be a lot of ‘hurry up and… Continue reading

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