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Pacific Northwest’s Olympic Peninsula July 2013
By David Halgrimson Another workshop with Arizona Highways PhotoScapes, this would be my 20th experience. This workshop is coming up again in June of this year as AHPS presents “Epic Scenery in the ...
1 month ago
“God Save the Cowboy”
By Jim Chamberlain The White Mountains of Arizona are a combination of rolling hills, green mountains, and aspen groves among ponderosa pines. Fall in these mountains allowed me to gaze at golden gr...
The Other Side of the Canyon: a visit to the North Rim
By Jim Chamberlain I have visited almost every viewpoint on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon over the years. I have stared across the ten-mile-wide abyss trying to find the lodge on the opposite si...
Canyon de Chelly-An Immersive Perspective
By John Ellis The sound of a single flute echos throughout the canyon. One lone crow screeches high overhead as if in answer to the breathy instrument below. The mid-morning sun still casts long shado...
4 months ago
Tips for awesome compositions: Part 3
By John Ellis This is the third and final part of Tips for Understanding Composition for photographers. TEXTURE Texture helps to emphasize the features and details in a photograph. By capturing the te...
Colors of Autumn in Alaska
By Sara Goodnick The colors of autumn come early to Alaska in rich hues of red, yellow, and orange. We all know Alaska is the largest state in the United States by far. What you cannot fathom is just ...
TIPS FOR AWESOME COMPOSITION Part 2
By John Ellis This is part two of a multiple part ‘tip’ sheet on understanding composition. SHAPES AND LINES Shapes are two-dimensional elements that can be lit to create three-dimensional form. I...
Wait 15 minutes: A Monument Valley Experience
By Jim Chamberlain The rain was coming down in buckets. The canvas roof of the open sided tour vehicle provided limited protection especially when the wind would blow. I watched waterfalls magical...
My Tips for awesome compositions: Part 1
By John Ellis Composition is the arrangement of subject matter elements within the image. When we look at a scene, we see a three-dimensional image and can selectively see only the important elements ...
Circular Polarizer – Even More Reasons to Use One!
By Megan P Galope A couple years ago I wrote a blog post about using a circular polarizer when photographing water in order to reduce glare. It can also be used to reduce the shine on wet leaves. I wa...