Creative Light Blog

Last Morning Light at Swawbacher’s Landing

  Just finished up my 2018 Grand Tetons workshop.  Another great group of folks.  We all had a great time and captured some fine images.  Certainly the colors were more timely this year than last.  This shot was at our last morning shoot. Temps were worthy of a few hand warmers in the coat pocket […]

Night Sky Season :: Be Prepared

Night sky photography is becoming ever more popular these days.  The night sky has fascinated man for millennia.  Vincent Van Gough wrote about his fascination with the night sky, writing: “It often seems to me that the night is much more alive and richly colored than the day.”  Certainly his fascination with the stars was […]

Spring in the Ozarks

      In just a week I will be heading back to the Missouri Ozarks in preparation for my Spring Ozark Workshop.  For some years I have been conducting both Spring an Fall workshops in the Shannon County area along the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, a part of the National Park System.  The area […]

Sometimes it’s Best to Listen to that Guardian Angel

We as photographers, particularly landscape photographers, often take risks beyond what good judgement would allow, just to get the shot.  I have read of several instances where a photographer met an untimely fate by not following simple rules of common sense.  I guess some would say that common sense may not be really be all […]