As I was going through my archives I came across this one from a few years ago called Clouds Over the Kuna Crest. I’ve always liked it, but I thought I’d re-process it and leave it un-cropped this time. Hope you like them.
Seems that clouds are a rare thing these days, at least when I’m in Yosemite trying to take some cool photos. I was happy to see a bunch of clouds forming that afternoon. Even though the conditions were still somewhat harsh (photography-wise), I thought I’d take a few frames and convert the best one into
On this trip I wanted to stay in the Tioga Pass area so I could photograph both sunrise and sunset. After I photographed sunrise, I spent the rest of the morning in the Sawmill Campground/Saddlebag area, and I’ll post a few images later. I went back to “my spot” and tried to get some sleep.
This is a bit different today. I need your help. Same picture, but three different crops. Which version (crop) do you prefer? #1 – The Original (2:3) #2 #3 Square
After a brief stop to photograph Siesta Lake by moonlight, I arrived at Tioga Pass around 5am. The temperature was around 30 degrees that morning, and I was glad I dressed for it…well except for wearing shorts! Three weeks ago I photographed a small seasonal pond, Mammoth Peak Reflections, in this area. This morning the
Well, I did it again. I really enjoyed my last Tuolumne Meadows trip, really. One thing that bothered me was the Mammoth Peak photo. I knew the conditions where not optimal, but that’s the way it goes sometimes. I had an opportunity to revisit the park so I made the 3 hour trip to capture
I posted the color version yesterday on my blog and some of the landscape photography forums. A few people suggested that I convert the color image to a black and white. So here it is! As a side-note. I wasn’t happy with the near-noon conditions of this image. On Monday, Tioga Pass was closed due
When I hiked to Mount Dana years ago, I remember seeing some small pools in the beginning of the hike. I thought I’d walk a small portion of the Mount Dana trail and see if I could find them this year. There was still a lot of snow on the trail, so I never saw
My wife booked a room at Lee Vinning Monday so the kids could play in the snow Monday afternoon and in the evening I hoped to capture “something” at sunset. Where to go? Two years ago I “camped out” at Tuolumne Meadows and got some nice “lake” sunset pictures. Last year I stayed around Tioga
I decided change my website a bit. Since I’m a nature photographer, I wanted the site to reflect a more natural or outdoor look. I changed the color scene for a more earthy tone and I modeled the black and white photo, “Wintertime at the Tioga Lake in BW” as the top header. I used