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Formatt Hitech 100mm Filter System

Screw-on filters or 4×6 filters, the big life question we all ask ourselves.   For landscape/nature photography, filters are an absolute must! About a month ago I was looking into upgrading my filter system and after a ton of research between different brands and screw-on vs 4×6 I went with the Formatt Hitech Firecrest 100mm

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Arches & Canyonlands National Park

I’ve been to a few National Parks in Utah and I’m not the biggest fan of them, I think these two might be the best ones in the state. While driving across the country to visit my family in Michigan for the holidays I decided to stop at Arches and Canyonlands because it was literally

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Georgia & Great Smoky Mountains National Park

So this Fall season it was my goal to shoot the pretty colors that the season brings. Unfortunately seasons or any weather other than hot doesn’t exist in Southern California, so I made a trip across the country to the South. I actually lived in Atlanta for 6 months waaaaay long ago but never really

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North Cascades National Park

Part 3 of my Pacific Northwest trip, the final destination! This was kind of a last minute trip, I wasn’t planning to go this far north. I went mainly just to see Diablo Lake and how blue it is. It definitely lives up to the expectations of being blue. The glaciers grind against the rocks

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Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park! “Part 2” of my trip up to Washington. This place reminds me of Zion, you can’t just drive around and pull over and cool shots are right there. You actually have to do the hikes and nature walks to see things, with the exception of Hurricane Ridge. Once again, should of done

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Mount Rainier National Park

MT. Rainier National Park! I never thought I’d make it up here but it finally happened! Based on the pictures I saw of this place it’s nothing like I expected. This was also my first time in Washington and all I can say is trees upon trees upon trees… upon trees. There’s no lack on

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