We are heading back to finish the Pacific Crest Trail! How do we plan to take pictures throughout our 1,300 mile long journey?
The adventure continues as we leave the desert floors and head up to our beloved mountains in the Eastern Sierra’s. Our workshop took our students from dizzying star-filled nights among ancient Bristlecone’s in the high country to chiseled tufa’s in Mono Lake. Lastly, read about how we survived Mutha Nature chasing us out of the wilderness!
We just wrapped up four amazing sold out workshops in southern Utah. Two months parked in the fast lane of hustling and bustling Moab made for some great photo opportunities and interesting experiences.
Tales from our first night sky photography workshops in Joshua Tree National Park and more.
We left the high desert mountains of Oregon just before the Arctic blast, and are now low desert dwellers in Nevada. Mild winter days and cool nights are perfect conditions to prepare the RV for long-term travel and making a square box on wheels our home…
Located in the Wallowa Mountains, Eagle Cap Wilderness is filled with some of the darkest skies and the most beautiful alpine lakes in the Pacific Northwest.
The sun unleashed a huge, X-class solar flare on July 12, 2012. Here is an in-depth look from my experience capturing the aurora borealis over Sparks Lake in Central Oregon.
During the early morning of June 17, 2012, by pure coincidence, I had an amazing opportunity to witness and photograph the Aurora Borealis over Crater Lake. Capturing this famous light show has been a dream of mine for several years…
Nighted Vail is the Grand Prize Winner of Outdoor Photographer Magazine’s 3rd Annual Great Outdoors Photography Contest and will be published in the July 2012 issue.
I’m very happy to announce that private and small group workshops are now available for those interested in capturing the night sky!