In this week’s episode, I discuss 3 simple things I’ve learned for creating better landscape photos.
In this week’s episode, I discuss why I often leave my camera in place overnight.
On Day 5 of my trip to Death Valley, I returned to my camera that spent the night on the salt flats, and tried for a morning shot. This also marked my last full day in Death Valley. Thank you everyone who has followed along on this adventure. I’m already gearing up for my next trip, and I look forward to sharing the results in a couple months.
On Day 4 of my trip to Death Valley, I relocated my base camp, then set out for my next photo.
Day 3 was a very exciting day for me. I hope you enjoy the video journal as much as I did filming it!
I’m sure that many of you are aware that I visited Death Valley again this year. I visit every January, and enjoy the process of returning to some of my favorite locations within the park. This year, my goal was to get a photo from the crest of a dune during golden light. Did it happen? You’ll just have to watch my video journals to find out. Oh, and you might also be wondering what happened to Day 1. I explain that and more in my video journal from day 2. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to sharing more from my trip in the coming weeks.
In this week’s episode, I discuss the most important piece of my large format kit.
This week’s episode is a bit different than my usual format. On my way to Death Valley, I made a quick visit to Zion to finish some unresolved business from my fall trip, and plan ahead for next year. This video chronicles my 3 days in Zion during the winter of 2014.
This week’s episode marks my 5th anniversary of shooting large format. I discuss some of the things I’ve learned along the way.