2018 Images, A Year in Review

Holy cow!! I can hardly believe that 2018 has already come and gone!  And just like that I'm realizing that my last post was from almost exactly one year ago; the 2017 year in review of my favorite images.  To say I've been a bit remiss in posting to the blog would be...

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Best Images of 2017

Happy New Year! I can hardly believe it's already 2018. I was hoping to get this post out before the end of the year but alas the holidays took over and you know what they say about the road to hell being paved with good intentions... Oh well, enough self...

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Best of from 2016

Well, I have to admit, it's been a really really long time since I've updated the blog.  It's also been a couple of years since I've compiled a collection of my favorite images from the previous calendar year.  The past few years have honestly been a...

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Patagonia and the Sony A7R

Like many Canon shooters I’ve been long awaiting a new higher resolution, full frame camera body. Last fall, I could almost wait no longer and briefly considered making the switch to the Nikon d810. I held off making any bold moves until this winter when the...

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5 Secrets to Killer Sunstars

Okay, I’ll admit it; I’m a sucker for elegantly crisp sunstars.  I may go so far as to say that I’m addicted to them; not in a shady, I’ll break into your house for prescription meds kind of way, but more like if it’s readily available I’m happy...

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Agents of Change

I’ve been thinking about life and career a lot lately.  I guess realizing that you’re in your mid-forties, the beard is looking more and more grizzled with every glance in the mirror and the legs just don’t seem to bounce back like they used to after a powder day...

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Photographic Order of Operations

As a photographer and educator I work with a lot of folks that are fairly new to photography and/or getting a lot more serious about their shooting.  Inevitably I’ll find myself in a field situation, usually while shooting sunrise or sunset and the light is going...

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Hard Wired for Success

I’m not talking about those among us that seem to crush it every time they walk out the door.  That’s a post for another day.  I’m talking about the importance of owning and using a cable release for landscape photography, especially if you’re shooting in...

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Kurt Budliger

is a professional photographer and educator based in Vermont. His photographs and articles have appeared in numerous books, calendars and magazines and are routinely used by conservation organizations working to protect wild lands. His clients include Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography, National Geographic Adventure, Outside Magazine, Vermont Life Magazine, Eastern Fly Fishing, Patagonia, 1% for the Planet, Trout Unlimited, Trust for Public Land, The Nature Conservancy, and many more.

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