I brought a group of four photographers to south Texas, where we had the opportunity to photograph birds and wildlife from private blinds. In wildlife photography, the challenges are numerous. For birds, especially, it is extremely difficult to get close enough to fill the frame, even with a super-telephoto lens. Here are the main challenges with wildlife/bird photography: Continue reading
My annual photo safari to the Rocky Mountains is coming up, and now is the time to join this special trip. From Sept. 29 through October 3rd, I’ll be leading a very small group of select photographers to the alpine lakes and high country roads around Estes Park, CO. In addition to beautiful sunrises, we’ll also be photographing fall colors and the elk rut. Continue reading
Due to a late cancellation, I’ve got an opening for my photo safari to South Dakota June 2-6th. I will be joined by Deborah Sandidge as a co-instructor for this immersive landscape photography experience in some pretty amazing environments.
In addition to photographing some amazing locations, we’ll also have classroom time, where Deborah and I will teach you the art of creative post-processing. We’ll cover black and white, HDR, and infrared photography. Speaking of IR photography, we’ll be bringing a few extra IR-converted cameras for you to use on the workshop!
If you’d like to join us, please visit the Luminescence of Nature Photography Meetup page.