Latest Workshops and Trips

by Bob Evans on November 5, 2012

Hi Everyone,

I’d like to share some of the images from my recent trips and workshops.  The first is a morning shot from Schwabacker’s Landing in Teton Park.  I used the Pentax 645D with a 45-85 f4 lens.  Use a slow shutter speed to soften the water as you see here.

Teton Park Schwabacker’s Landing First Light


In the second image, my vision was to show the stark beauty and calm of the Bristle Cone pines and the White Mountains.  Again shot with the 645D with a 2 stop ND grad to control the contrast and open up the foreground.

If you look and see the light, the Eastern Sierra has much to offer.  I am always amazed at the wonderful illumination on the Owens Valley at sunset.  Here looking east to capture the pastel clouds.

Warm light of sunset at the Owens River.

On we travel to Oregon and the Columbia River Gorge just the last week of October. Even though the weather was mostly overcast and sometimes rainy the colors were saturated and dynamic. Don’t be shy, go out and shoot in the rain, you will be happy with your images. The first shot is of Latrouell Falls. The lichen on the side walls make for a start contrast in light. Here I am shooting from a distance with a 200mm lens to keep the mist off the lens

Latrouell Falls

Our last stop in Oregon was at the Japanese Gardens. It was a rainy day but the colors were very saturated and gorgeous. Remember to keep the rain off the lens. Use a lens cloth or hat, it comes in handy on days like these.


Japanese Gardens

Finally I’m happy to announce the 2013 workshop lineup. We again offer the Slots of Arizona as well as the Grand Canyon in one terrific workshop. Click here is see all our events.

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