Welcome DBIA members to your convention galleries. Here you are able to view all the images taken at this year’s DBIA Conference and Expo in Denver Colorado and/or make purchases of images of friends, co-workers or yourself. Please be sure to read the information below prior to viewing the galleries. You’ll find specific instructions for making…Read details
I think this might be… yes, definitely is my favorite photos I’ve taken at Summit Lake. It’s always beautiful, but when the clouds begin to surround the lake it takes on a whole new level of cool. You ask why it’s not “fog”.. well considering this photos is taken at 12,000 feet I still consider…Read details
5:30 am at 12,000 feet. A small stream comes off a nearby glacial mass and feeds the pond in the distance. We are so high that when looking straight off the edge of the pond you see the sky below you. Isn’t it nice to wake up in the Rocky Mountains? Just another image taken…Read details
I recently ran some photography tour clients up to Mount Evans and ran across a fun bunch of mountain goats. While no big white males were around to impress us with their cool look, this little clan did a great job of providing some entertaining photos.
An informative training lecture & interactive presentation on the subject of travel photography. Learn what you can do to improve not only your images but your entire experience when traveling abroad. Informative for beginners and world travelers alike.Read details
While leading one of my Colorado photography tours our group happened across dozens of burros running down a windy mountain road (Virginia Pass) with owners in tow. In all likelihood it was supposed to be the other way around, but you know burros…. right? Anyway, that’s a photos opp for sure, so we jumped out and captured some…Read details
Myanmar. A photographer’s dream come true for cultural photography may soon fall victim to the same westernization that we see in Japan, Korea, Thailand and others. KFC has opened it’s doors to the streets of Yangon and things will never be the same.Read details