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Perseverance is the Key to More Powerful Photography

Les Picker is a professional landscape, wildlife and award-winning travel photographer, and a Moab Master photographer for Moab Fine Art Papers. This month, we are going behind the lens with Picker as he tells the story of finding the perfect shot in the Alaskan wilderness.  I captured this image in Alaska, but the back story of how I got this image is what I think will be of interest to photographers. Moral of this story: perseverance matters. I was in Canada’s Yukon …

The Adventures of Bianca the Intern

Mountains loom over the lake, yet the sky looms over the mountains. The branches of the trees are not swaying in the wind, yet the clouds appear motionless. A connection to nature and sense of movement can be felt in these photos by our spring intern Bianca. We gave Bianca the chance to write about her crazy travels in Alaska and Hawaii and why she chose to Fracture these photos. We took a boat tour (in the Glacier Bay Basin, if …