Tag Archives | Oregon

Ruined It For The Rest Of Us

I remember central Oregon back in the innocent days. My family has lived in central Oregon for five generations. I once drove a delivery truck route that included Wasco, Jefferson, Sherman, Gilliam, Wheeler and Crook counties. I got to know a lot of ranchers and farmers during that time. Those were the days of trust […]

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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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Oregon Up Close

Oregon Up Close A video created with my Samsung Galazy S5. My attempt at phonography, or phonovideomacro. Call it what you like, but check it out and let me know what you think. A macro video, Oregon Up Close. Produced, directed and filmed by Gary Randall.  

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