Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

Looking east from the Yellowstone Lower Falls north rim you see this breathtaking view of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. I applied the classic orange and teal color grading to this photo to give it a western movie look. Edited in Lightroom. August 2021.

Yellowstone Lower Falls

An iconic Yellowstone photo! Yellowstone Lower Falls rom the “Lower Lookout Point” in Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. It was a steep hike down hundreds of feet but the view was totally worth it. An HDR panorama composed from multiple exposures. August 2021.

Macro – high speed flash

Small things look great with a long focal length lens and high speed flash to darken the background. Here’s my experiment with a small pearl necklace in a box. I set it up on a table top with a black cloth, 4 Godox TT685 flashes using a wireless trigger, and Nikon Z 6 with a Nikkor Z 24-200mm lens.

My 2019 BMW R1250RT

I bought this motorcycle last year (May 2020). Yes, I bought a 2019 model in 2020, as it was at a wonderful discount. This is an awesome touring bike for long rides. That’s how I have been traveling in summer. I am hoping to make a week long road trip when the pandemic is over.

Palouse Falls

The Palouse River runs through a narrow cataract and drops 200 feet to a churning bowl. From there, the current moves swiftly, through a winding gorge of columnar basalt, to its southern end at the mighty Snake River. Photo shot with iPhone 12 Pro Max.

View from Paradise Inn

Shooting details: NIKON Z 6, f/10, 1/800sec, ISO-800, 39mm

Paradise Inn is a lodge in Mount Rainier National Park. Beautiful panoramic view from just outside the lodge. This image is an HDR panorama constructed from 18 images in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic.