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All photos here may be purchased as museum quality fine art prints on a variety of archival surfaces including luster and glossy paper, premium canvas gallery wraps, or dye infused glossy aluminum metal.

Paper Prints
Paper Prints
Glossy Aluminum Metal
Glossy Aluminum Metal
Canvas Gallery Wraps
Canvas Gallery Wraps

Choose from two distinctive Alaska calendars that feature photos taken during my photographic adventures and travels. Elegantly designed, they feature stunning images of Alaska’s wildlife and natural beauty.

2020 Alaska Profiles in Nature wall calendar
2020 Alaska Profiles in Nature wall calendar
2020 Fairbanks & Interior Alaska wall calendar
2020 Fairbanks & Interior Alaska wall calendar

How to Photograph the Northern Lights is a wonderfully illustrated 330-page tutorial that will equip you with all of the critical information necessary to capture your own photos of the northern lights.

How to Photograph the Northern Lights
How to Photograph the Northern Lights

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Caribou and Denali

DIGITAL COMPOSITE IMAGE: Herd of caribou walks along the tundra by Wonder Lake with alpenglow on Mt Denali in the distance, Denali National Park, Alaska (© Patrick J Endres / www.AlaskaPhotoGraphics.com)

DIGITAL COMPOSITE IMAGE: Herd of caribou walks along the tundra by Wonder Lake with alpenglow on Mt Denali in the distance, Denali National Park, Alaska (© Patrick J Endres / www.AlaskaPhotoGraphics.com)

This photo was shared on social media recently and received some attention so I thought I’d explain it beyond the short caption. I created this picture years ago from two single images taken in Denali National Park. The caribou were silhouetted walking on a hillside and not anything notable as a stand alone photo. The other dramatic scene of sunset light on Denali and Wonder Lake was taken in a well known photo spot adjacent to the Lake. I was experimenting with digital composite images at the request of my stock agency. I prefer the real natural scene, but this scene has been popular over the years.