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Latest Workshops and Trips

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.   In the second […]

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Workshop: Bryce and Zion Canyons Nov 7-11, 2012

November 30, 2011

This is now our 4th year for this exciting workshop.  We have scheduled this to coincide with the best time for fall color and the possibility of snow at Bryce Canyon.  We will spend 2 days in beautiful Bryce Canyon then travel to Zion National Park for 3 days of exciting photography.  All lodging is […]

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Workshop: Grand Teton Oct 3-7, 2012

November 29, 2011

Based in Jackson Wyoming, this is our 5th year and back by popular demand. If you missed us last year you will really enjoy this workshop. It features all the dynamic locations of the Teton National Park and locations not often visited. $1350 includes all lodging, a lunch and a dinner. Plus lectures and critiques. Now at a reduced price! For more details. […]

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Winter in Yosemite 2/10/2012 and 2/13/2011

November 27, 2011

After 16 years we still find dynamic images every time we go to Yosemite in the Winter.  Please join us for this great workshop.  We offer 2 different dates for you to choose from, and this year we start on Friday morning early to give you the most value.  The dates coincide with the last […]

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Proper White Balance for Snow

March 2, 2011

For this quarter’s newsletter I thought I would share the proper white balance and settings for snowy conditions. I just completed my two Winter In Yosemite workshops and enjoyed the loads of snowfall that we were blessed with.  One of my students asked that I review the white balance adjustments that I covered during the […]

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Reflections on Reflections

October 7, 2010

This month after conducting 3 workshops, I thought I would talk a little about the philosophy and techniques of reflections. The first thing that comes to mind is a question.  Why do most of us enjoy and seek out shooting reflections at all.? What is it that entices us with these images both real and […]

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