Courage will come with action.

  1. Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
  2. Aperture: f/3.5
  3. Exposure: 1/125th
  4. Focal Length: 36mm

Figured out how to add motion in post on a time lapse. 

Trying to get my money’s worth out of my go pro. Gonna make a ton more timelapses. I mean fuck I’ve put over $500 into it by now, coulda bought a beater DSLR for that.

I’m pretty stoked on how this looks. 

I only wish I would have done the interview for it, instead of just the camera and the edit, because this interview suuuuuuuuuucked. 

Oh well, next time. 


More often than not I feel like being angry isn’t worth the effort.


This was an acceptable view. Horseshoe Bend in Page, AZ. As of tomorrow night, I’ll be announcing something awesome dealing with a way that you all can finally order prints from my landscape photography work throughout the past few years, for the first time ever, since that has been requested a million times. :-)

This is hands down the best picture I’ve ever seen of hte Horseshoe bend.

"We aren’t important, but our work is. Love what you do and do it well, and you will spend a lifetime crafting the memories and social histories of people on the most important days of their lives. You will take photos that make children gape in amazement that their parents were so beautiful, you will take photos that will be laid with people in their caskets, you will take photos that can make people cry even if they don’t know the people in them."
— Ryan Brenizer (via once-requitedlove)

12 weeks ago I learned how to ride a bike for the first time in my life.

Tonight I did this.

Don’t put limits on yourself folks.

"The Thing is, Schindler’s list was a story about success. The Holocaust was about failure."
— And that’s the difference between Stanley Kubrick and Stephen Spielberg. 


Last night Luke and I played a live acoustic version of “To Kelly Lee” off of the new Speed of Sound record. “First Contact” comes out a month from today! Get your pre-orders here:

"If we seem to be blocked on something, we just get drunk. It’s worked for my people for hundreds of years. There are answers lurking at the bottom of those pints. Go look."
— Thomas Lennon on Writer’s block.