Category “Bend Oregon”

New Stock Photos Can Give Your Website A Fresh Look This Spring

Bend Oregon Stock Photography Smith Rock

If you haven’t noticed, the sun has been shining a little longer in Bend, Oregon lately. Flowers and trees waking up from a long winter’s nap. Snow melting higher up in the mountains, rivers flowing and waterfalls rushing, dining al fresco in the Old Mill District or Downtown, and more family walks along the river  are all signs that Old Man Winter is in the rear view mirror. Spring is also the time of year when we get the itch to do a little spring cleaning. But why stop at your house, couldn’t your website photography use some love?

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Human Element: Including People in your Photos to Evoke an Emotion

Dog & Human Camping In Tent














How do you differentiate yourself from other photographers? An agency looking for photos now has thousands of photos to choose from. Everyone out there has a DSLR or iPhone and finding a unique composition these days can be tough. Including people in your photos can be a way to to make your photography stand out. Here are a few reasons why you should include humanity in your photography: Read More

Living In Bend, Oregon Winter Photography Recap 2015/2016

Mckenzie River Winter Central Oregon

The Pacific Northwest this year was pounded with snow. Mt Bachelor a lone received 478 inches since October 1st. It was a great year to be in Bend and a landscape photographer. Both Nate and I made several trips all over the Pacific Northwest in chase of winter landscapes. A few highlights of mine were skiing Mt Bachelor, driving to the Bend airport and shooting aerial photos with Nate all in the same day. The winter can turn any river, mountain, waterfall, and stream into a surreal experience.

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Winter Aerial Photography in Bend, Oregon

three sisters bend oregon aerial

Aerial photography is a way for photographers to get up close and personal with a landscape without having to put in any hours of hiking. Some of the best patterns and vantage points come from the sky. Here in Central Oregon photographers are lucky to have Bend Municipal Airport close by. A 15 minute right to the airport and you can be flying of the Three Sisters within 30 minutes.
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First Snow in Bend, Oregon 2015

Frozen Waterfall Bend Oregon

The first significant snowfall of the season fell in the mountains of Central Oregon. Early Sunday morning I headed up the Cascade Lakes Highway with a few other local photographers to find the snow. In Bend snow usually starts falling in November, but can be as early as mid October.

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