The only downside to moving to the new studio is the loss of my favorite coffee spot. I will miss the daily chats with Quinn and her delicious iced americanos.
Next to shooting a self-portrait, the view from your window is any photographer’s best test subject. I have so many of these now it’s, but this one stuck with me. I like the tonal range in color and shadow and all those rectangles.
busy busy busy… we’ve been setting up our new studio, so my posts may be infrequent this week. I’ll post some shots of the new space soon.
Dan’s on the team and he is one fierce catcher.
Our team Dolph and the Accusers are 1-0-1. But it’s really about hanging out.
I had been waiting to take this shot when all the construction was done on the South Waterfront in Portland. I’ve been waiting a frikin’ year. I lost my patience after I realized I’d probably be waiting another two years for them to finish the whole area. But when the cranes move out, I’ll go back again.
From the same trail as yesterday. We are up about 1200ft at this point and you can see for miles.
Lauren and I went a great hike this weekend in the Colombia River Gorge. I can’t help but wonder who decides how the trail will go. The ultimate goal of this trail is to get to the top. It was worth it for sure, but how do you really know it was the best way to go. Do you have to be certified trail maker? Or, do trails form themselves and we just groove it in hike after hike?