photography

A Reminder Of Why We Love Wyoming
It’s one thing to see the beauty in Wyoming, it’s quite another to be able to capture not just the image, but the mood. One of our own from Powell, Wyoming has the gift and skills, MSM Photography and Mike Moore. Fall lasts for such a short time, but the pictures provide a drink for [&…
Wyoming, The State You’re In
As I sit here on a foggy and rainy Saturday morning, I think about last weekend with rain and snow and snow the weekend before that. I ran across this picture of Upper Deep Creek Lake And Surveyors Notch in Wind River Mountain Range, from Wyoming Mountain Photography and Dave Bell from Pinedale. It …
Wyoming In Winter
Wyoming photographer Dana Gage captured some of what I like about winter and Wyoming. Wide open spaces, cold, crisp invigorating air, silence (until you walk and hear that crunch under your boots), solitude and time to breathe and think. The earth has gone to sleep for a while, dormant, waiting…
4 Tips for Photographing Fireworks
Here are four tips from a professional photographer on how to get better photos of fireworks this weekend . . . 1.  Turn your flash off.  If you don’t, everything over ten feet away will end up underexposed.  If you want to take a photo of someone with the fireworks behind them…
Wyoming Artists Featured Tonight
Tonight,  with a little trip down I-25, you can see the works of many fine Cowboy State artists in the monthly Cheyenne Art, Design & Dine tour of galleries. We have a wealth of talented artists to inspire and amaze us here in Wyoming and a this is your chance to see what they’ve bee…
TAKE MY MONEY [VIDEO]
Subscribe to 107.9 The River on Youtube Meet the next step in drone tech and video. Cool as the other side of the pillow, meet Lily, the world’s first throw-and-shoot camera. It lets anyone create cinematic footage previously reserved for professional filmmakers. Lily is waterproof, ultra-por…

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