Category : Landscape photography

Everybody shoots them. Intense colors you get twice a day, unless you’re stuck inside working. You’d like to capture them, yet for one reason

Sick of Winter? If you’re living on the U.S. East Coast right now, you may be sick of winter. While daytime highs make it

Hikes For A Special Day Valentine’s Day is for candy, flowers, and love, right? Candlelight dinners and champagne? Sweet nothings whispered into your beloved’s

Snow Photography – If you’re living in the western U.S., you’ve probably received some of the white stuff already. You want to go outside to

Grabby Landscapes, Ruins, and Architecture My last post presented visual storytelling tips for wildlife shooting. But what if you’re not shooting wildlife? Glad you

Smaller Than It Looks You’re checking out this cool house online. The pictures look great – plenty of room, big bright, airy spaces, huge

A lot of what’s printed about camera lens choices is garbage. Some will tell you the so-called kit lens is limited or poor quality,

I hadn’t been to Zion National Park since 1983, and didn’t remember exactly where it was in Utah. (“Anybody seen Zion National Park lately?

Nevada contains a lot of empty, but if you’re crossing between California and Arizona, it’s brief. Once over that border in Arizona on I15,

Say ‘Las Vegas’ to most people, and they picture the glitter of the Strip, jingling jackpots, and croupiers hauling chips off the board at