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✨Nostalgia✨ Every time I pass this beautiful spot I have to stop and take a photo...or two😁 also I remember the time when there was almost no boats at this place..looked so great!😍 ~ . . . . . . . #amsterdam #amsterdamworld #amsterdamcity #yumsterdam #hellofrom

3 days ago
Is it finally the weekend?! It’s been a crazy last couple of weeks but I’m finally starting to spend some time looking at photos from my recent trip to the southwest. Last week I had the pleasure of meeting up with @ross_schram, @iangastonphotography, @bryanswanphoto and @trevorandersonphotography for an awesome trip throughout southern Utah and Northern Arizona, including my first ever visit to Zion National Park! The day after I got back I immediately jumped on another flight for an unexpected work trip so this feels like the first time I’m able to actually catch my breath. I might even unpack my bags today… I’m really looking forward to going through and sharing many of the photos from our trip but I wanted to start with this one that has a particular grab on me. It goes without saying that this area in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument has some pretty incredible sandstone formations. Alien like even. It’s hard not to be in awe of it all. Thanks to a last minute suggestion by Bryan to change the schedule, we were lucky to actually see some clouds that night. I was starting to forget what they looked like at that point. After some great sunset colors and as the sun continued to set, the entire area was illuminated with a glow that only the southwest seems to produce. I spent the next half hour or so literally running around with Ross trying to capture as much as we could before the glow disappeared. This alcove caught my eye earlier (actually I just followed Trevor wherever he went!) so I went back and captured the last bit of light that evening. I really loved the relative contrast on the background formation and felt that it did a good job of conveying the beauty that we witnessed that night. Anyways, enough rambling for now… I hope you enjoy it and look forward to sharing more shots from our trip!-----------------------------------------------Shot Info:- Canon 5DIV, Canon 16-35mm 2.8LIII, @indurotripods Stealth CLT404- ISO100, 16mm, F11, 20s- Shot in RAW, processed with Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop
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Is it finally the weekend?! It’s been a crazy last couple of weeks but I’m finally starting to spend some time looking at photos from my recent trip to the southwest. Last week I had the pleasure of meeting up with @ross_schram, @iangastonphotography, @bryanswanphoto and @trevorandersonphotography for an awesome trip throughout southern Utah and Northern Arizona, including my first ever visit to Zion National Park! The day after I got back I immediately jumped on another flight for an unexpected work trip so this feels like the first time I’m able to actually catch my breath. I might even unpack my bags today… I’m really looking forward to going through and sharing many of the photos from our trip but I wanted to start with this one that has a particular grab on me. It goes without saying that this area in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument has some pretty incredible sandstone formations. Alien like even. It’s hard not to be in awe of it all. Thanks to a last minute suggestion by Bryan to change the schedule, we were lucky to actually see some clouds that night. I was starting to forget what they looked like at that point. After some great sunset colors and as the sun continued to set, the entire area was illuminated with a glow that only the southwest seems to produce. I spent the next half hour or so literally running around with Ross trying to capture as much as we could before the glow disappeared. This alcove caught my eye earlier (actually I just followed Trevor wherever he went!) so I went back and captured the last bit of light that evening. I really loved the relative contrast on the background formation and felt that it did a good job of conveying the beauty that we witnessed that night. Anyways, enough rambling for now… I hope you enjoy it and look forward to sharing more shots from our trip! ----------------------------------------------- Shot Info: - Canon 5DIV, Canon 16-35mm 2.8LIII, @indurotripods Stealth CLT404 - ISO100, 16mm, F11, 20s - Shot in RAW, processed with Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop

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I am happy to announce that I have begun shipping my 2019 portfolio box sets. They’re shipping in the order that they were received, and I’m prepared to ship the first 100 box sets in time for the holidays. At this point, 81 copies have presold, so only 19 remain if you would like to ensure holiday delivery. This years box set includes 10 archival pigment prints of my best work from 2019, produced on @hahnemuehle_global Photo Rag Baryta paper, along with several sheets of translucent Vellum that tell the story of each trip. Each box set includes a signed title page, a hand-glued box sleeve, and each print is initialed and numbered as part of the series. For more information, please follow the link in my bio, and you’ll find it on my website. Thank you so much for the fantastic support everyone!

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🇷🇺 - Тебе что-нибудь серое постирать нужно? - Да, постирай мои серые будни. А в некоторых регионах нашей Необъятной эти будни стирать - не перестирать • • • #ivanovo #russia #architecture #church #ruins #drama #melancholy #loves_united_church #церковь #архитектура #ивановскаяобласть #руины #драма

2 days ago
⁣@Canonnordic just announced the #15secondfilmfestival which challenges creators to capture and tell a story in just 15 seconds. This is my contribution to the film festival. ⁣⁣This film puts emphasis on how surveillance and reduced privacy has become the new norm in an ever more connected and digitalized society. Even in some of the most corners of the world, there’s someone watching. Feel free to share your thoughts on increased surveillance in today’s society and what impact it has in your home region. ⁣⁣Shot on the EOS M50.⁣#canonnordic #iceland
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@Canonnordic just announced the #15secondfilmfestival which challenges creators to capture and tell a story in just 15 seconds. This is my contribution to the film festival. ⁣ ⁣ This film puts emphasis on how surveillance and reduced privacy has become the new norm in an ever more connected and digitalized society. Even in some of the most corners of the world, there’s someone watching. Feel free to share your thoughts on increased surveillance in today’s society and what impact it has in your home region. ⁣ ⁣ Shot on the EOS M50.⁣ #canonnordic #iceland

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