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G’day mates — exciting news! Fellow launch photographer, Brady Kenniston and I are headed to New Zealand this weekend to document Rocket Lab’s NASA ElaNa-19 mission! Brady and I have traveled to launches in both California and Florida before, but this...
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Christmas, is calling you home🙂 This weekend, I had the privilege of watching my image appear in the background during the annual Purdue Christmas Show, right after the Santa reveal! I have known about the Show for a few years...
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It looks like SpaceX performed a more aggressive boostback burn, almost a boostdown, during the SAOCOM-1A mission. Here’s my analysis of the mission, using pre/post-launch FlightClub data, SpaceX webcast information, and my on-site photos. What is FlightClub, you ask? FlightClub is an...
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The most challenging aspect of photography is filling the frame with interesting and eye-catching things, from foreground through to the background. It’s not as challenging to find a nice sunset sky to put in the background or a subject to...
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Here’s your chance to earn a free print from me of an upcoming, unreleased launch image. I believe the most challenging aspect of photography is filling the frame with interesting and eye-catching things, from foreground through to the background. It’s...
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SpaceX’s Telstar 19 VANTAGE mission lifted off beautifully on July 22nd, 2018 at 1:50 AM EDT. Here are my favorite images from the launch! If you’d like to become a Patron/upgrade your Patreon tier to download hi-resolution versions of these...
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Hey! New BTS video/image from a few nights ago at the Massachusetts Statehouse. I took a walk with Alex to try and capture it at blue hour when the blue sky fades to night and the warm architectural lighting builds...
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After spending the day hiking Glacier Point Trail in February, I decided to go to back to Tunnel View for some star trails. It ended up being a great decision. Here is what 43 minutes and 30 seconds of Earth’s...
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I’ve lived in West Lafayette, Indiana for the past three and a half years and everything I’ve done creatively and professionally has surrounded this city. I’ve made some of my favorite photos to date, on this Purdue campus.    ...
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If you’re from Indiana, have lived in Indiana for any period of time, or know of a place called Indiana – you know what the Month of May means to… the people of Indiana. I almost said Hoosiers…none of that....
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