Lately there’s been quite a bit of doom and gloom out there in terms of our future as photographers, particularly for us magazine folks. In preparation for transferring data to a new computer, I was perusing my iPhoto library and found a few production snaps taken from assignments. As much consternation the modern age of photography brings, I am still grateful for the incredible moments I’ve had throughout my career. Just thought I’d share a few of these, if only for a reminder that it’s great to be able to make a living doing what I love.
Photography Expert Susan Seubert preparing for departure on our Columbia River Journey aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion
private boat, gorgeous sunrise, Sydney's famous harbour. What's not to love?
Wild Cockatoos like potato chips, maybe a little too much
Now THAT'S a lobster!
at Luna Park
Mobile office and Studio
Florida - holding a baby alligator. Learned a lot about how to hold one.
me and Chris and the crazy, chain-smoking airboat driver
The astronaut was very curious to see the photos - not sure if he could!
sometimes, even in the jungle, you have to wait...
shopping after a stressful shoot can make you a little wacky...
farting around until sunset...
getting ready to hit the rapids in Idaho
We all have our talents!!
traveling light on a story about snowshoeing