How many of you have seen photos like this one, where the sun appears many-rayed? It’s called a sunburst (aka starburst) and my article in today’s edition of the National Parks Traveler tells you what it is and how you can achieve one. Even if you don’t like the effect, you’ll still learn something about your camera’s manual settings.
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The National Parks Traveler has published my January photography article. Click on the photo to check it out.
I’m published – got a sweet 4-page article in the National Parks Traveler Winter Essential Parks Guide. Click on the photo to go to the article.
The National Parks Traveler website has just published my latest photography article: My 5 Fave Shots for 2014. Click on this link if you want to go check it out!
I’m back from a 2-week trip to Alaska to find that the National Parks Traveler has published my latest photography article. Extremely short on words but lots of photos to prove my point. If you want to check it out, click on this link.
Howdy folks! The National Parks Traveler has published my latest photographic article on their website. This month’s topics deal with DOF (depth of field), foreground objects and natural framing. To check it out, click on the image above.
Just a little reminder that the Chihuahuan desert can be a dangerous place. I was driving toward the Chisos Mountains and noticed ahead of me what looked like a traffic jam. As I got closer, I noticed the truck was a National Park Service truck. I drove slowly and glanced to the right side of the road to see one very angry snake lunging at my car as I passed by (look at the lower left of this photo).
In my single-minded pursuit to photograph the beauty of the park, this was a reminder to me to be ever-observant of the more venomous side of the desert.