Monday, December 5, 2016


Makeup Blog! Heard a lot of great feedback about my photos after I shared them with people. So I believe I will make the investment to buy a Camera within the next year or few month...who knows! But it would be very cool to keep albums of amazing memories of the places I go to and the fish that I catch...I live in a beautiful area so I think that is something I could pick up as a hobby or if I am into it enough maybe become well known! I know I will have the help I need about any questions from Dave down the road, but I was thinking about getting a Canon EOS series camera and probably close to the same camera I used all semester, the Rebel EOS T5. Depending on my budget will make a big difference, but I feel a decent camera with awesome lenses is the way to go. Here are a few ideas of the camera's I would think about purchasing.
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/canon-eos-rebel-t6-dslr-camera-with-ef-s-18-55mm-is-ii-and-ef-75-300mm-iii-lens/5091315.p?skuId=5091315&ref=06&loc=01&ksid=1cb1b97d-36ce-421a-a886-92121cf38d93&ksprof_id=14&ksaffcode=pg206359&ksdevice=c


Here is the link to a reasonably priced, NEW, Canon Rebel T6 package that comes with an extra 300 mm lens!



Makeup Blog!

Heading back home to coach kids how to ski race this winter and I thought it would be good to know the camera settings and a few pointers on how to capture action shots of skiers. Doing  little research I found an article that Nikon published and I thought that was very cool that a well-known quality camera company understands that shooting skiers is hard, fun, and a part of the photography world when so many people don't even ski or snowboard at all.

http://www.nikonusa.com/en/learn-and-explore/article/hsfv9mjf/ski-photography-101.html

Here is the article Link!

Ski photography, Nikon Ambassador Corey Rich photo of a snowboarder in powder at Mt. Baker, Washington



Photo by Cory Rich.

The article talks a lot about having the right conditions outside as well as the right riders to work with. It helps tremendously to have talented athletes as well as great lighting and conditions. When these three things fall into place, that's when we have something to work with. I found that messing with aperture priority helps with the snow color and having a faster shutter speed to eliminate the blur on the fast moving subjects goes a long way also.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

FINAL 25 PHOTOS! A little bit of Yellowstone National Park, Madison River and Mountains, Ennis, Norris, Wyoming, Montana and a little bit of the Beartooth Mountains! Hope you enjoy!





Sunrise 
ISO 200 80mm f/14 1/80sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



East Yellowstone Entrance Pass
ISO 200 80mm f/14 1/500sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Baby Bison
ISO 400 250mm f/11 1/400sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Yellowstone Lake Rock Point

ISO 100 25mm f/10 1/640sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Ruby River Moon
ISO 400 30mm f/9.0 1/1000 sec 
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Redtail Hawk
ISO 100 600mm f/6.3 1/250sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Deep Blue Hot Spring
ISO 400 18mm f/11 1/200sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Madison River Brown Trout 
ISO 200 25mm f/4.5 1/400sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Bison
ISO 200 180mm f/5.0 1/800sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Swan Pair
ISO 200 481mm f/13 1/200sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Old Faithful
ISO 400 48mm f/11 1/1000sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Chinese Hot Spring
 ISO 400 20mm f/11 1/200sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5

  




Firehole River
ISO 400 75mm f/11 1/80sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Yellowstone Lake Swan
ISO 400 300mm f/11 1/1250
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Old Lodge Pine
ISO 400 600mm f/11 1/250sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Avalanche Mountain
ISO 400 35mm f/16 1/320sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Whitetail Doe
ISO 200 300mm f/9.0 1/80sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5




Norris Sunset
ISO 200 27mm f/11 1/4sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5




Yellowstone Lake Landscape
ISO 400 105mm f/11 1/1250
Canon EOS Rebel T5




Rainbow Lake Beartooths
ISO 800 18mm f/5.6 1/320sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Yellowstone Falls
ISO 200 28mm f/13 1/160sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Yellowstone Lake Geese
ISO 400 205mm f/11 1/1250sec 
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Blue Hot Spot
ISO 200 18mm f/6.3 1/1600sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5



Madison River Brown Trout 
ISO 200 18mm f/4.5 1/640sec
Canon EOS Rebel T5


Madison Mountain Range and River
ISO 200 30mm f/29 1/60sec 
Canon EOS Rebel T5