In the year plus since I became a member of the Arcanum, I’ve been very fortunate to meet and shoot with so many great photographers. This past weekend, I got to have a photography play date with yet another friend from our cohort, John Ott. John was out in Los Angeles from Colorado to spend Christmas with family, so we took the opportunity to
One of the items that has long been on my photography bucket list has been to capture a cool lightning scape. To this end, I even cut a flap into my bedroom window screen so I could shoot out the window during storms. Last month I finally caught lightning out the back window, but a view of the apartments behind me isn’t exactly what I had in mind, if you know what I mean.
As part of my summer road trip, I spent 24 hours in Yosemite National Park. Although I’ve lived in California pretty much all of my life, this was just my second visit to the park. It’s a shame really. Yosemite is easily one of the most beautiful places on earth. There is nothing quite like coming into Yosemite Valley. You emerge from a long tunnel cut into the mountain to see one of the grandest views on earth. The valley is laid out before you with three of the most iconic landmarks standing tall: Bridalveil Falls, El Capitan and Half Dome.