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Tips for Improve Your Waterfall Images from the Land Down Under

23 Jun 2014, Posted by Jeff Mauritzen in National Geographic Photography, On Assignment, Photo Blog

I filmed this with videographer Erik Wehrmeister on a recent assignment I did for National Geographic Expeditions. I was traveling aboard the National Geographic Orion on a trip called Australia’s Wild Northwest through the Kimberley region, an area of ancient and beautiful sandstone escarpments.  On this assignment, I served as the National…

Motion and the Musician

04 Sep 2013, Posted by Jeff Mauritzen in Ireland, Photo Blog, Photo of the Day

n Irish traditional musician plays a bodhran in front of O’Sullivan’s Cascade, a beautiful waterfall that runs into the Lakes of Killarney in County Kerry, Ireland. For this shot, I wanted to show motion in both the waterfall as well as the movement of the drummer’s…

Greyhound in Motion

14 May 2013, Posted by Jeff Mauritzen in Photo Blog

If you ever want to hone your skills at photographing animals, there’s no finer subject than a greyhound. Capable of speeds up to 45mph, they’re a fun, challenging, and safe animal to photograph. Here are two images of my greyhound Sasha running in the backyard. Both images…

On Assignment: Big Print Part 2

21 Feb 2013, Posted by Jeff Mauritzen in On Assignment, Photo Blog, Virginia / DC

The second big photography installation I worked on this past year (see the first one here: On Assignment: Big Print Part 1) was to produce two 8’x12′ panels that would be displayed in the Nuclear Energy Institute’s new building in downtown Washington, DC.  The idea for…