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NEW Fall 2019 Workshops Announced!

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Exciting news! I have just posted two new workshops with dates from mid-October through November, with possible additional dates being added for December as well as 2020 in the near future. For full details on these Landscape and Nature photography workshops, as well as new details on my offerings in private workshops, head over to my Workshops page now. Also, don’t miss out on all of the new and updated content in the Learning Center that has been added in recent months, as well as a new batch of my …

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Off the Deep End – How I started Deep Sky Astrophotography

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My progression in photography started with a desire to spend more time outdoors, in the fresh air of nature and away from a computer screen. After a couple years of exploring the natural landscapes under the light of our nearest star – the sun, I began to explore and work some in the field of wide field astrophotography landscapes, capturing the natural world under the wide open night skies. Experimenting with different focal lengths ranging from the ultra-wide 14mm all the way to 50mm primes on my full frame Canon …

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Dinosaur Valley State Park – Spring Trip Review

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Overview As eluded to in the first post (Cleburne State Park) in this series covering my spring photo trip, Dinosaur Valley State Park was my actual intended target for my first stop along my route through Texas. ¬†Unfortunately I was unable to get a camping site at the park, however I did do a quick drive through the camping area and found the area to be quite nice and certainly on my list for a future weekend or longer camping trip. ¬†If you’re looking for a State Park to visit …