Our latest image, “Old Acquaintance” was selected as NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) and is displayed June 19, 2016.
This year I plan to take a different approach towards my work by breaking away from what is ‘comfortable’ and explore new areas and shooting techniques.
How many of you are aware of the night and why is it important? We believe that night has an intrinsic value for our physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Experience has taught us that sometimes when reaching for the stars, letting go and allowing life to unfold in its own time and special way allows for greater artistic expression and understanding.
What did we do when LG Electronics asked us to review their latest 55EF9500 4K OLED Smart TV? Well, pretty simple actually…
We thought it a great idea to reach out to our GP Alumni and ask them to send us their favorite image from 2015! We were unable to teach a full workshop schedule this year however, our alumni captured some VERY impressive and inspiring work. Check it out!
I hiked into Deadfall Basin, near the base of Mount Eddy, in hopes of capturing meteors from the Taurid Meteor Shower.
We spent a lot of time saving and planning. We tried to make a Plan B for what to do if the main plan went wrong. But what if you did everything under your power to achieve success and then go down swinging anyway?
The peak of the 2015 Perseid Meteor Shower occurred in the early morning hours of August 13th and it certainly did not disappoint.
In this brief tutorial, we’re going to cover one of our most asked questions, “How do I find the Milky Way?”