Posts tagged as:

How to

2014 workshop in the Yosemite Valley

March 3, 2014

I finally have some time to share some of my images from the Yosemite workshop in February.  All images were shot with the Pentax 645D using a 35mm, 45-85mm and 200mm lens.  I hope you enjoy! A misty morning looking west from the Swinging Bridge area.   The iconic view of Horsetail Falls.  Not all […]

Read the full article →

Polarize or not to Polarize

October 1, 2011

After returning for my last 2 workshops in the Teton and Yellowstone it came to mind that people are sometimes confused as to when to use the polarizer. So I thought for this months newsletter we might want to discuss when to use them and also how much polarization to use in different situations. In […]

Read the full article →

Spring Newsletter- Best effects for shooting sunsets.

April 24, 2011

Spring has sprung!  At least the calendar says so.  If your in an area of the country like mine it still seems a lot like winter, with rain and even snow.  But it’s always a great time to photograph! This quarter, in preparation for getting out of doors,  I thought  I would share a ‘How […]

Read the full article →