“Elsewhere the sky is the roof of the world; but here the earth was the floor of the sky.” Willa Cather Tweet Willa Cather’s quote depicts the theme we pursue in the Canyonlands National Park. The endless canyons, towering mesas, pinnacles, cliffs, and spires stretching …
The charm of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument (GSENM) is phenomenal. It is a land of sun-drenched Utah backcountry filled with vibrant, multi-colored sandstone cliffs soaring above the creases of slot canyons and picturesque washes with endless slabs of tilted slickrock. Beyond the roads, …
The National Park Service announced in mid-October that they intend to raise fees at 17 of our most popular national parks. This increase is near and dear to National Park Photography Expeditions (NPPE) because teaching and exploring in our national parks is what we do.
The answer to “Are Photography Workshops worth the Money” is a two-sided affair. On one side, we have the student’s perception and on the other the instructor’s knowledge. How well these two points converge will determine the workshop’s value.
Learn how to clarify landscape photography concepts by using these 3 simple, but disciplined elements: Compose, Expose, and Prose. That’s it; three simple elements, but composition, or seeing creatively, is critical. Fail at this and the other two elements are moot, so allow me to spend a few words on why photographers do fail in this area.
It is amazing how many people take landscape pictures, (as opposed to creating them) and when they view them later on their monitor, wonder where the emotional range went that they felt at the time they squeezed the shutter.
NPPE is new, and we designed the Landscape Master Classes to help photographers access intuitive, reflective ways of working that will lead you to make landscape images that only you can make.