Cropping, composing; vertical, horizontal; long shutter, fast shutter… sun’s going down, oh gee how to make this look good?
I was recently out looking for and shooting some spring landscapes. I found myself 50 miles south of home at Portage Lake, hoping that there might be some icebergs in…Details
Top 7 Things to Look for When Choosing a Tripod: For Landscape & Wildlife Photographers Yes, a tripod is an absolute necessity for many types of photography BUT it is…Details
How to Increase Your Creative Skills in Photography — Both the ART & SCIENCE Sides. Want to increase your overall creative skill in photography? Want to increase your “compositional skills”…Details
The Denali National Park flight seeing tour is probably the most requested Alaska experience that comes to mind when folks are inquiring about what to do in Alaska. There are…Details
A couple weeks ago my stock agency, Alaska Stock Images, sent out a call to photographers for an up close portrait of a woman with snow on her face in…Details
More and more, with wildlife photography I find myself using auto-ISO setting in order to maintain a fast enough shutter speed to either stop my subject OR to stop camera/lens…Details