I can’t believe it is September, summer has been great, sorry to see it go. But fall is my favorite time for photography, and I hear the aspens are already looking a little ‘pale’ in the high country. In a few weeks Colorado will explode in yellow, and Acadia NP will burst out with reds, yellows, and every shade in-between. I have a few spaces left on my fall workshops including fall color in Colorado (one spot!) and Acadia NP in Maine. Acadia is incredible because of the diversity of shooting; stunning red maples reelected in mirror ponds and crashing surf along rocky sea cliffs create amazing images. And as always we will shoot from Cadillac Mountain for sunrise and sunset.
In November I am teaching a workshop in Tucson with another well known Nikon shooter Tamara Lackey. Tucson is rich with photographic opportunities. We will photograph saguaro cactus that dot the hillsides, raptors in flight at the desert museum, and models using flash at the Pima Air and Space Museum. If you want to learn a wide variety of shooting techniques, this is a good workshop to attend.