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Tag Archives: Alaska Photo Safari and Workshop

Environmental Portraiture 101

There’s something about mixing ambient natural light with a little small flash.  I’m still working on my technique but I like how this little project turned out. Camera on full manual to adjust for ambient sky light. Only after the sky looks good do we begin with the flash.  Flash set to TTL. This is […]

Antique Car Museum 101

If you haven’t been to the Antique Car Museum in Fairbanks, Alaska you’ve missed a great opportunity.  This would be a shame to miss especially if you lived in the area. I had the opportunity to shoot there for a single evening a month ago.  The job was to shoot portraits of the event attendees […]

From Click to Post

Ever wonder how one gets from the initial image to the final edit?  I have.  Sometimes I wonder if other people take as long as I do to finally get the image complete in the dark room. Well, here we have an image I took a couple of months back while driving the Denali Highway […]

Gunnysack Creek 07

These Gunnysack Creek images were taken during the last Alaska Photo Workshop on our trip to the Maclaren River Lodge. About a 1/4 to 1/2 mile up the creek from the bridge is a really narrow spot where the water has cut through the rocks making it a pretty cool place to visit.  The water […]

Gunnysack Creek 06

These Gunnysack Creek images were taken during the last Alaska Photo Workshop on our trip to the Maclaren River Lodge. There are also lots of opportunities to stand on the rocks in the middle of the creek and watch the water pass by.  This is a 1/10 of a second exposure to blur the water […]