- Capture Your Moment
- Post Processing
- Getting the Shot
- Long Exposure
- night photography
By Jim Steinberg March is here and it is the time of year it when our thoughts turn to green grass, wildflowers, and spending time in the high country. And for the first time in many years, I am reall...
5 months ago
by Lisa Hanard Finding a dusty box of old family photos can feel like you just discovered a buried treasure. With anticipation, you carefully open the box lid to peek inside. Upon closer inspection ...
6 months ago
By Michael DeYoung One of the challenges of being a photography guide and tour leader is finding new and undiscovered amazing places to photograph and manage the risk of maintaining protection and not...
By Ivan Martinez We live in the desert. We are known for dry and hot weather. Photos of Arizona with dry landscape and hot sunsets are abundant. Arizona has many amazing attractive locations that peop...
B&W, Capture Your Moment, Long Exposure, night photography, Photography, Post Processing, Technical, Technique
By Rick Jacobi If you have water and or sky with clouds in a photo and want them to look really smooth, then you have to do a long exposure. Eight minutes works really well for this type of photo. I...
By Ken Brown Have you ever heard, or maybe you’ve heard yourself say – “Well it’s kind of gray outside, so it probably won’t be a great day to shoot”. Please do not let overcast weather ...
By Amy Horn The Shore Acres State Park Garden is full of photographic opportunities and during my summer trip, I spent a few hours looking for macro and close-up subjects. It was a cloudy day, so I le...