A Photography Guide to the Palouse Region, Washington
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHING IN THE PALOUSE
Since it’s almost June, then it must be time for the Palouse. Every year I see more and more photographers heading over to this amazing area.
First timers beware. The Palouse isn’t the easiest place to photograph. In many ways it’s like Death Valley with green!
I just completed a guide for photographers venturing out to the Palouse.
YOU CAN DOWN LOAD IT HERE:
Please give it a read. I hope it helps you. I’ll be over there from June 12-June 16th leading a workshop ( this one is sold out but
HERE is how you can access next year’s workshop. The 2014 one is about half full already!
Let me know if this helps and I wish you all good shooting!
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How lucky am I ??? I have met lots of great folks in the 18+ years of leading photo workshops. Many have become my friends and many have formed friendships together, outside of photography. I currently lead my own workshops, both in groups and in a One on One environment. In addition to leading workshops, I offer my Fine Art Prints for sale on my website. I’ve had images and articles in many publications and also sell images via stock photography as well. Partial credits include Nature’s Best Photography, Outdoor Photography, California Wild, and many DNR publications, Audubon, Nature Conservancy, Chicago Wilderness, Sierra Club publications, as well as many calendars. Corporate work includes prints and stock applications for internal as well as publication use. I am also on the writing staff for Landscape Photography Magazine, an outstanding online magazine.
I’ve been fortunate to have observed and learned first hand with many of the masters of nature photography we all “in the business” have grown to admire. My “heros” are John Shaw, Art Wolfe, Galen Rowell and my dear friend Bill Fortney. Through these photographers and others I’ve taken the best of each and use this knowledge every time I am in the field photographing as well as conducting my workshops. I try to represent within my images an artful approach to what we are blessed to see in nature. My goal in photography is simply to make a better image tomorrow than I made today.
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