Wild Hores of Wyoming. The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range located in Wyoming is no secret to the world. You can google the range, buy books about the horses and you can even look up there names that people have given them. These horses are unique. Thier lineage links back to the Spanish Conquistadors and these horses ancestors have been wondering the mountains well before any of our time. The thing that I found to be so amazing, was that the horses are just up in the Pryor Mountains, existing all on their own in a serene oasis of an environment.Read More
One of my most favorite months in Montana is the Fall time. The lighting, colors and general warm lingering evenings, imprint in my mind like nothing else. The Bitterroot is a spectacular place with mountains and streams, which never cease to amaze me as a Photographer. The activities that one can do in the fall are endless and I hope to capture every moment of this incredible place!Read More
Ranch Life Album 2
Various Images of Ranch Life, Bitterroot Valley and In and around Montana!Read More
Its been a while since my last post but there really hasn't been very many things to photograph in Montana. The Forrest Fire Smoke sat over us in the Bitterroot for 2 weeks or so. Like a thick dense fog you could barely see 1/2 a mile a times and 1 hour of air exposure was considered Extremely hazardous. So here are some pictures before the Forrest Fire's started in August!
Images are shot on:Pentax 645z, 35mm f3.5 and Nikon D800, 17-35mm 2.8, 70-200mm 2.8
I packed up my Pentax 645z and headed to Wisdom yesterday. The winds where blowing, but the light was pretty good for the most part. I unfortunately forgot my tripod at home and found myself attempting to slow down my shutter to try and capture the movement of the grass, clouds and water. I found out quickly however, that handholding a Medium Format camera at 1/6th of a second with the mirror locked up, proved to not be the best method.
Here are some images that I took yesterday evening. Its everything from Landscapes to horses to hiking in a burn area.
-Pentax 35mm f3.5
-Pentax 80-160mm f4
My attempt at a long exposure hand held. Not so easy with a Medium format camera!
And one more attempt at hand holding 1/6th of a sec!