Last week I did a personal, one-on-one photo workshop with a good friend and professional pilot. We were up in the air at sunrise and flew his super cub in a circuitous route over the Chugach mountains. Had a great opportunity to fly nice and slow, with the window open, and make some aerials, which you can see here. After an hour or so flight we landed at at the toe of Knik Glacier and hiked out onto the frozen lake in front of it where there were many icebergs frozen in place. He learned, first-hand, several important aspects about landscape photography. He was taught and was able to experience just how depth of field & calculating hyperfocal distance to achieve maximum depth of field works. Just as important, he experienced just how big a difference various focal lengths make on how an image looks and the focal length’s relationship to depth of field at various F-stops. We had a great time in the warmer spring sun and, with not a soul around, it was very quiet and relaxing.