We landscape photographers tend to avoid photographing during the middle of a sunny day. The light is harsh with no color. We prefer golden hour or twilight.
But there are times when we have no choice as to when we can shoot. When we’re on vacation with family we can’t wait until sunset at every location that sparks our interest. So we get the shot and hope for the best. But there’s a technique we can use that will greatly enhance our chances of capturing a more compelling photograph.
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Announcing the Eastern Sierra Monsoon Photography Workshop for July 11-16, 2009. The objective is to photograph some fantastic thunder clouds towering over the crest of the spectacular Sierra Nevada mountains. And we’ll work in a couple of other things like ancient bristlecone pines, Mono Lake, the Owens River and much, much more. It promises to be a fantastic workshop. Click the link below for more information…
2009 Eastern Sierra Monsoon Photography Workshop
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