Author Archives: Don Rosenberger


It Needed Something

Recently I was searching my Lightroom Catalog for some images from Palouse. While the image featured in this blog was not the one I was looking for, it is the one that I decided to […]

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Why We Fly

  As artists and photographers we tend to be an opinionated lot. Some folks are pro this brand of camera and have what appears to be contempt for other brands. I think this is typical […]

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Return to the Familiar

  A few weeks ago we hosted a meetup at a place we call the Truck Farm.   It’s a wonderful collection of a couple hundred old trucks.  Since I have made several trips to this […]

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The Palouse in Color

In my last Blog I focused on the use of an Infrared Converted Camera and how the Palouse is perfect for Infrared photography. In this blog I want to share a few of my color […]

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The Ever Changing, The Ever Constant Palouse

  We just finished up what has become our bi-annual tour of the Palouse. For those who don’t know the Palouse it is the largest wheat growing region in the country. But we love the […]

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