Here’s a quick update of what I’m up to this week. In case you missed it, I’m leading a workshop with Rick Walker to Rocky Mountain National Park starting tomorrow. I’m getting ready for fur days of getting up too early, going to bed too late, but hopefully capturing the aspens at their fall peak and the elk in the rut.
Luminescence of Nature Photography is pleased to announce its October training webinar series with photographer and author Jason P. Odell, Ph.D. Participants will be able to view Jason’s computer screen live and answer questions over the telephone.
- October 10 12-2pm EDT
- October 24 12-2pm EDT
- October 17 11-3pm EDT
We all need a creative spark now and then, something to get the juices flowing and help us muster the energy to get out of bed at 4:30am for that shoot. Sometimes, I hit a creative rut, and when I do, it seems like there is always an excuse not to shoot. Bad light. Too many clouds. No interesting subjects. Or maybe the recession has you down and you can’t take that two-week safari to Africa this year. Well, a good book can cure that and I’m currently reading two that are chock-full of awesome shooting ideas. We all have room for creative improvement, and there’s nothing better than honing our skills or piquing our creativity by reading a good book.