Photography

Landscape Photography Number 19: Abrams Falls

Number 18 of my landscape photography series is a picture of Abrams Falls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  It is one of the premier day hikes in that particular national park and well worth the effort to walk the 5 or so miles roundtrip to see the falls.  While Abrams Falls is not …

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Photography Tip: Tripod don’t Leave Home without it

A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to spend a day waterfall chasing in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  It was my second time to that particular national park and was so glad this time around I had my tripod with me.  A few years ago for a Christmas present I received a very nice …

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Photography Tip: The Right Lens Makes a Big Difference

For most of my life the nicest camera I owned was a Canon super zoom camera and basically shot on some preset mode depending on the situation.  Loved the camera it got me lots of decent shots and I was happy with it.  Then along comes child number one and my wife and I decided that …

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Landscape Photography Number 20: Iron Spring Creek

Number 20 of my landscape photography series is a picture of hot spring runoff flowing into Iron Spring Creek in Yellowstone National Park.  Taking quality pictures in Yellowstone is about as simple as taking a stroll and firing away with the camera.   Yellowstone National Park is a photographers dream destination from the wildlife to the …

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Landscape Photography Number 21: Devils Tower

Number 21 of my landscape photography series is a picture of Devils Tower in Wyoming off of Red Beds Trail.  My wife and I have now made it a plan to travel to Yellowstone once every five years and both times we have taken that long road trip to arguably the greatest national park in …

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Landscape Photography Number 22: Oak Creek Trail

Number 22 of my landscape photography series was taken while walking the very scenic Oak Creek Trail near Sedona Arizona.  My wife and I were able to experience the trail at a wonderful time of year the fall leaves were at their peak and the temperature was perfect for the hike.   We had never been …

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Photography Tip: Experiment

If you are like me when it comes to photography then there is a lot of experimentation that goes in to it.  I have come a long way over the last year and a half when I got my first DSLR camera.  At first there was a lot of using the auto controls and then …

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Landscape Photography Number 23: Lower Falls Yellowstone

Rainbow over fallsNumber 23 of my Landscape Photography series was taken just off of Uncle Tom’s Trail in early June, it is a picture of Lower Falls.  Taking good pictures in Yellowstone is about as easy as standing next to a lake, picking up a rock and making a splash.  Beauty is all around and as long as you …

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Landscape Photography Number 24: The Ladder up Notch Trail

For a place called the Badlands it ended up being kind of astonishing just how many wonderful photographic opportunities the place had.  One of my favorite areas of Badlands National Park was a short hiking area called Notch Trail.  The trail goes through a canyon area to nice overlook of the area, but to get …

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Landscape Photography Number 25: Cathedral Rock

Taking a picture of Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Arizona has become just one of those places that any American photographer has to capture, like it is a rite of passage up there with Delicate Arch, Oxbow Bend, or Maroon Bells.  Knowing that I am not going to be adding anything new to the table at …

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