Author Archives: Aaron

Aaron Linsdau is a photographer.

Radio Interview KID-AM

Thank you to Neal Larson of KID-AM and FM out of Idaho Falls for the radio interview earlier this week. We talked about the Idaho Total Eclipse Guide. This book is the only guide dedicated to Idaho for the total eclipse on August 21, 2017. Neal has hosted KID’s morning show for some time. He brings […]

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Wyoming Total Eclipse Guide

Sastrugi Press is super excited for our new book to come out this month: Wyoming Total Eclipse Guide, the Commemorative Official Keepsake Guidebook. It’s loaded with eclipse photography specifics, safety info, and locations to shoot from. If you want to photograph the eclipse over Wyoming, this book has specific locations to shoot from. It has specific […]

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Jackson Hole Total Eclipse Guide

I’m super excited for my new book to come out this month: Jackson Hole Total Eclipse Guide, the Commemorative Official Guidebook. It’s loaded with eclipse photography specifics, safety info, and locations to shoot from. If you want to photograph the eclipse over the Grand Teton, this book has specific locations to shoot from. It has specific […]

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Aaron on KHOL

Aaron on KHOL Both myself and Thomas Macker from the Art Association were featured this morning on Jackson Hole KHOL 89.1 radio. Brielle hosted both of us to talk about the 4th Teton Photography Symposium. For the spring Teton Photography Group program, we’re covering photographic composition. It’s the most important aspect of photography, well ahead […]

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Time lapse footage Old Bills

Old Bill’s Fun Run Timelapse Some of my Old Bill’s Fun Run time lapse footage was used in the 2014 1% For the Tetons Video Blitz Film Festival. Check out the film here: Any part with the race, banner or runners were my shots. There were taken with a Nikon D800, Nikon D300s, and a Sony […]

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Getting away from iPhoto

If you own a Mac and have ever downloaded pictures to your computer, you’ve been prompted to add images to iPhoto. This is a very handy program for you to organize, edit, and share your photographs. The program is built in, it’s free, and it’s quite powerful for the cost. Many people use the software […]

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Recording Voice Overs

Recording voice overs isn’t as simple as it seems. I’ve been working on getting the audio set for Antarctic Tears: The Movie, and it’s been a long haul getting audio correct. As all still cameras now have video capability, learning better audio to present your video and still work is worthwhile. The Nikon D800 records […]

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TPG Photo Wednesdays

I’ve been self-assigned the duty of creating Photo Wednesdays with the Teton Photography Group. To foster discussion, have a good time and improve communication between photographers in the group, we’re going to do this. Loren Nelson will be sending out more specifics. Specifically, it’s informal, post your photo you think is interesting, even it’s your […]

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The Lion in Winter

The Jackson Hole Off Square Theater Company contacted me to photograph their staged reading of The Lion in Winter, a 1966 play by James Goldman about Henry II of England, Eleanor of Aquitaine, and their children (include Richard the Lionheart) during the Christmas of 1183. The play was made into a movie in 1968 featuring […]

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Yellowstone winter panorama

During my last expedition across Yellowstone National Park in 2012, I had the chance to photograph this stunning sunrise over Duck Lake, on the way to Old Faithful, after leaving West Thumb early in the morning. As I was taking the shots to create the panorama, wolves began serenading me. At least that’s what I […]

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