There is so much to love about landscape photography—the grandeur, the epic light, the massive scale of it all. It gets me out in nature, to see new places, and to see old places in new ways.Read More
Wouldn't it be nice if your photo looked just like the mental picture in your mind? As any photographer can attest, it's not that easy.
How we perceive a scene in person differs from the way the camera can record it. As photographers, it is incumbent on us to know not only what we wish to express, but also how to do so within the constraints of this photographic medium.
“The photographer’s most important and likewise most difficult task is not learning to manage his camera, or to develop, or to print.Read More
Today, we'll be exploring Part 2 of this series on creative composition in landscape photography. If you haven’t read the first part, you’ll want to check that out here.
Last time, we got in touch with what inspires us, and explored WHY, so that we can better channel and visualize our intent in our photography. Today, we’ll discuss how to spark our creativity and unleash our artistic potential!Read More
Over the next several posts, we'll take a deep dive into the art of composition with the goal of creating more impactful, meaningful and expressive images. I’ll be giving you my best tips for unleashing your creative potential. This topic is close to my heart, because despite several years at this, I routinely struggle with finding a composition that is truly creatively satisfying. I’ve researched, experimented and practiced, and I’ve learned some things that I want to share in hopes that it helps you along your own journey.
Composition, in my opinion, is the most important skill to develop in photography.Read More
We were only going to be in Glacier for four days, and after three early mornings of cold overcast conditions we were hoping for a break. Driving along one of the country's most scenic roads with no more than a few car's length of visibility was frustrating to say the least. No verdant meadows, no streaming waterfalls, no dramatic peaks. Just white. These conditions made ...Read More