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What Lens Should I Use?

What Lens Should I Use? The most asked question of me is typically advice in what camera that one should get. I have addressed this in a previous blog post. The second most asked question may be what lens to choose. In SLR (single lens reflex) photography there are basically two types of lenses that […]

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Photographing Lightning

Photographing Lightning Photographing Lightning With Spring and early Summer comes transitional weather that will cause some amazing photography opportunities. Everything from blue skies with majestic thunderheads, rainbows and lightning. It is photographing lightning that I’m asked about how to capture the most.  A lightning bolt typically lasts about 10 to 50 microseconds (0.000050 sec). That’s […]

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Oregon Rain Forest

The Oregon Rain Forest – This photograph speaks of what Oregon means to me. My earliest memories are of sitting at the edge of an Oregon creek fishing for trout with my father and the smell of the forest and the sound of the creek as it tumbles over the top of mossy rocks and logs. […]

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Just another day in Photography Paradise

I’m considering this my first YouTube Vlog. Please go check out my channel and please subscribe for announcement of new videos. Please give me a thumbs up if you like it or a thumbs down if you don’t and I always appreciate a comment. Thank you for your support. Gary Just another day in Photography […]

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Considering 2016

It’s been another great year here at Gary Randall Photography. I hope that it was for you all as well. After all setbacks are considered, we’re thankful for the growth and progress that has taken place in life and business, including being included as a writer for the Mountain Times. As I look back on […]

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Gateway to Cold Spring Creek

Gateway to Cold Spring Creek I stand at the window to the light of the universe, the smell of the earth, the sound of a dynamic reality and the sight of beautiful, precious life.   This is only one of many spots to get a shot along Cold Spring Creek beside the trail to Tamanawas Falls, […]

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Alaska Glacier Workshop 2016

Alaska is an amazing place. It’s so expansive that the scale is nothing that can be imagined but needs to be experienced to comprehend. Even the travel from location to location can be challenging in its distance. There is so much to see in Alaska that careful planning or a lot of time to wander […]

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Mount Hood Wildflowers

Well it’s shaping up to be a great year for wildflowers on Mount Hood. The flowers are about gone at the lowest elevations but they’re moving their way up the side of the mountain. We had a great year for snow and a wet and cool Summer so far, generally speaking. The flowers seem to be […]

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