Series – Stoves

On a recent photography excursion to Bannack Ghost Town in Montana, I noticed the wood stoves--and how different they were! Nearly every building had one, and they ranged from small heating stoves to double-wide cooking stoves. They were brown, black, and grey. Here are a few different pictures I took.   I also noticed that… Continue reading Series – Stoves


I Love to See the Temple

The Rexburg Temple is absolutely beautiful, and this week I got some photos that I wouldn't normally--usually my Temple photos end up most like the one in the bottom right corner of this collage. But here are some new perspectives on the Temple--and all of them have the Temple in them! I was thrilled to… Continue reading I Love to See the Temple


Aperture, Shutter Speed, and White Balance

The following photographs are taken from and demonstrate applications of different aperture, shutter speed, and white balance settings.     The photo above demonstrates use of a wide lens aperture. It was likely taken with a f/3 or smaller, and likely with a special lens that can achieve a wider aperture than a traditional, standard… Continue reading Aperture, Shutter Speed, and White Balance