I’m going to experiment with some sepia / antiqued photos. How do you like it? Is it too much? If you don’t like it, feel free to send me examples of how you think I should do it (i.e. your favorite photos). Click the temple picture to view it FULL SIZE, and then RIGHT-CLICK to […]
Click the temple picture to view it FULL SIZE, and then RIGHT-CLICK to save it to your desktop for use as a wallpaper. This is my temple. In fact, if you want to do lots of temple work back-to-back, this is the place to go. They’re so well staffed and they have endowment sessions every […]
If you’re a temple photographer, you should join our group on Panoramio: http://www.panoramio.com/group/10679 It’s a photographers community, and it’s focused on tagging geo-locations. This is especially cool for temples, because they’re scattered across the world. Who’s with me? Let’s dot the world with our temple photos. (By the way, as we upload to Panoramio, they’ll […]
Does anyone know which LDS temples don’t have an angel Moroni? I know this one, Mesa, AZ, and Laie, HI, don’t. Are there any others? Here’s a cool tidbit: A brother at the temple told me the orb on the pinnacle of this temple is a (symbolic) urim and thummim. Click the temple picture to view […]
Click the temple picture to view it FULL SIZE, and then RIGHT-CLICK to save it to your desktop for use as a wallpaper. I went to Canada for the first time last week (and visited my cousins in British Columbia). We stayed a night in Cardston, and arrived just before the sun went down. It’s […]
Click the temple picture to view it FULL SIZE, and then RIGHT-CLICK to save it to your desktop for use as a wallpaper. This is nearly the same as the shot I shared before, but it’s more symmetrical, and it’s landscape, rather than portrait. This is actually one of my favorite temple photos so far. […]
Click the temple picture to view it FULL SIZE, and then RIGHT-CLICK to save it to your desktop for use as a wallpaper. This temple was converted from an old tabernacle. You can read the story here: http://www.ldschurchtemples.com/vernal/.
Click the temple picture to view it FULL SIZE, and then RIGHT-CLICK to save it to your desktop for use as a wallpaper. This is a fantastic temple. If you haven’t gone to a session here, you really ought to. It’s a great experience. This photos is enhanced with Photoshop’s HDR feature.
Here’s a simple shot of the icon of all temples: Salt Lake City, Utah Temple. In case you were wondering, the wallpaper is formatted for a wide screen. But the 5×7 download is just the vertical shot without the logo and all that. It would make a great print for your office or home. Might […]
I shot the Timpanogos Temple last night at twilight. These three diptychs are a teaser of what’s to come. Subscribe for updates if you want to get the FREE prints when they’re released. P.S.: See HelamanGallery’s logo in the temple architecture? That symbol represents Jacob’s Ladder. More on that in a future post. Lot’s more.
I was raised in Idaho, and I received my endowments at the Boise temple. I’ve also had several siblings and cousins who were married there (and Grandpa was the sealer). It’s a special temple to me. I got this shot one morning right before the sun came up. Click the temple picture to view it […]
A couple weeks ago I went to the Manti Pageant for the first time. It was pretty good. Before the show started (and just before the sun went down), I walked around the temple a got a few shots of the temple. This wallpaper is a bit of HDR photography, done with Photoshop CS5. I’ll […]
I was on my way home one weekend and decided to take a quick detour to see the Twin Falls temple. Luckily it was getting late enough that the lighting was decent. This is the only shot I liked though. (FYI, there were some cars in the lot, but my good friend Content-Aware Phil removed […]
I worked in South Jordan for a couple years, so this was my main temple for a while. Unfortunately, I never really photographed it while I was up there, except one quick shot in bad lighting. I had to make it black and white for it to look decent. Hopefully I’ll make it back there […]