The Marriage Between Micro Four Thirds & iPhonography

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Okay… I’m being overwhelmed with technological advances in photography from using an iPhone 4s to capture and post-process landscape images to using the iPhone to edit and print my DSLR and mirror less camera shots… Okay! I’m not going to give up my regular camera equipment anytime soon, but the iPhone apps are causing me to fall in love with photography all over again. It’s like a rebirth! So stay tuned. This photoblog is going to undergo a lot of different types of photography. I’m trying to post to Flickr, Instagam, Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Not an easy feat. Also, this image was shot on a micro four thirds camera then edited with photoshop CS5 and then further processed with the frame using Lo-Mob on my iPhone 4s. I’m integrating my computer and iPhone using Dropbox. It’s pretty crazy. Photo title: Haunted Hallway -Historic Overland Hotel – Pioche, Nevada.

Juniper Tree in Monument Valley Tribal Park, Navajo Nation

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I can take these photos of any landscape you throw at me. This website is my portfolio and I thank Heavenly Father for this privilege to be an artist and take beautiful landscape photos of Mother Earth. If you like my work, please send people to my site. Let people know about my work. I’d like to survive financially doing what I love. It’s not easy being an artist but I want to create beauty and want to work in this field. So any and all support is appreciated. Thanks to my friends who come to this site and other places to let me know what they’re thinking.

A Bird Fossil in the Making

A Bird Fossil in the Making
Shot this photo of a mummified bird encrusted in the exposed dry lake bed of the Great Salt Lake. The waters seem to be receding exposing all kinds of interesting stuff. I bet, if left untouched, this will become a fossil in another 2-3 million years. It looks like one right now! :)

Uncle Sam's Parking

Uncle Sam's Parking
You guys, I really have a lot of Polaroids… I’d like to post more on this photoblog. The problem is limited access to resources to be able to scan these. So I’m going to be saving for an Apple iBook, and a film/flatbed scanner. It is going to be a while. But often as time permits, I’ll try to scan some Polaroids. Also, I’m shooting a lot of film and have a lot of good images. So time is of the essence! :0)