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I was proud to host my first workshop today, I had a great time with some great students. This was taken at one of our locations on a scouting trip.

Wasatch Mountains, Utah.

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A few more from the Wasatch Mountain's of Utah in Autumn:
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We went searching for fall colors and found some yesterday. The Maple in the area have some of the brightest reds I've seen since moving to Utah.

Who's ready for a hike??

Loafer Mountain trail, Wasatch Mountains, Utah.

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I entered this into the Elite Artists group [link] Autumn photo contest.

I chose this image because it presents many of the facets of Autumn that make it a great time of year. A beautiful variety of colors, a sense of exploring, a path beckoning one to keep hiking and soaking up the saturated colors that are unique to these few weeks. Sometimes an image can describe that Fall feeling better than words ever could.
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I had about 14 hours straight of nature photography today attempting to capture Utah's spectacular Fall Colors, from sunrise to this amazing sunset, it was a memorable day.

Sun Dial Peak, Twin Peaks Wilderness, Utah.

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"Fluted"

Shot on Day 1 of the video documentary for aFeinberg Galleries. After picking up BROVADO Weddings (Media) we drove up Waimea Canyon to the Kalalau Overlook and descended Kalepa Ridge...an epic hike that takes you to a spit of land that divides Kalalau and Honopu. Needless to say it offers incredible views.

This was shot just before sunset as the sun was preparing to pop out below the cloud line so it wasnt direct light but instead this bright filtered super sexy light. I isolated this ridges on the north side of the valley as they seemed to jump right out at me.

Look for the documentary to drop June 2012!

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Having known about this location for quite a while I was excited to make the journey down here as my first stop of my Aug '12 California trip. And it did not disappoint...a truly unbelievable display of falling water.

For this composition I wanted to isolate the drips of water over the moss as it hit the river bed. Knowing I was going to shoot a panorama here gave me the foresight to already imagine this photo in my mind. Capturing it was all that was left :)

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Autumn 2011
Switzerland

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Dolomites, Italy
Autumn 2012

After numerous arduous hikes during the last 4 weeks I'm proud to present a lot of new work. I traveled through the Eastern Alps: from Switzerland to South Tyrol and the Dolomites to Slovenia. I'll upload them here on 500px during the next days. Part two of my Alp series 2012 contains the images from northern Italy. Where I shot the Stelvio National Park and the UNESCCO World Heritage Site Dolomites. At the middle of October the autumn was on it's peak and after some heavy snowfall till the valleys the landscape presents winterly. English descriptions and more shoots will follow soon!



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Stelvio National Park, Italy
Autumn 2012

After numerous arduous hikes during the last 4 weeks I'm proud to present a lot of new work. I traveled through the Eastern Alps: from Switzerland to South Tyrol and the Dolomites to Slovenia. I'll upload them here on 500px during the next days.
Part two of my Alp series 2012 contains the images from northern Italy. Where I shot the Stelvio National Park and the UNESCCO World Heritage Site Dolomites. At the middle of October the autumn was on it's peak and after some heavy snowfall till the valleys the landscape presents winterly. English descriptions and more shoots will follow soon!



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Gallows Beach - Coffs Harbour - Mid North Coast - NSW, Australia.

High pressure system hits the Coffs Coast, creating perfect conditions for some moody seascapes on sunset.

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Lush forest path deep in the heart of the New England National Park, down Five Day Creek walking track, NSW Australia. I just loved hoe the sun filtered it's way through the canopy and illuminated this section on the forest floor, very magical and lush!

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One of my all time favourite spots to visit when in Queensland is Natural Arch in the beautiful Springbrook National Park, Australia. I have been here multiple times with and without my camera. My first time with the camera I captured one of my favourite Limited Edition photographs which most of you would be familiar with if you've been following my work for the past 4 years. This is a similar composition of the same waterfall, but taken a year or so apart from the other shot.

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Just 500 yards down from camp stood this immense chiseled wall of rock and a wonderful aspen stand.

At first glance, the magnificent ridge line of pinnacles took my breathe away. While a few other photographers shot this areas when there was plenty of light pouring over the face and trees, I sat patiently. I made the decision to wait it out until the last bit of light crowned the peaks with color, giving it that extra something.

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On the first evening of my trip to SW Colorado for the changing leaves, I found myself heading down a winding gravel road in the middle of the night. Deciding that "vista point" probably meant that something vast and open was going to be around, I pulled over and set up camp (i.e. the back of my car). The next morning I began shooting well before sunrise and quickly found out that this was a spot I had been trying to find for sometime. Happy as a nerd on a computer, I shot away, even though the lighting sucked and this was clearly a sunset spot.

So, with the remainder of the day, I roamed the surrounding mountains finding fun trails and other potential spots to shoot. Knowing that I would return to this area in the evening, the only thing I could think of was, "Please let there be some good light."

With huge amounts of luck, and being in the right place at the right time, the very last light of the day cast a brilliant red glow across Chimney Rock and the Courthouse. Not only was the color beautiful, but so was the changing aspens. Though not at their peak, seeing entire mountainsides filled with yellows, oranges, reds and greens is something in its own.

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On my recent trip to Southwest Colorado and the Canyonlands of Utah, I made a point to try and find a place photographed by Thomas Mangelsen. It is one of Colorado's hardest, and in my opinion most beautiful, 14ers. The peak is known as Wilson Peak (14,017 ft) and after driving down a wrong road believing I finally figured out where it was for sunset, I finally came to the conclusion I was wrong. So, in the later hours of the evening, I found myself searching for it in the middle of the night.

Miles away from everything in the hot rod, I decided to pull over on the side of the road and check my location. Using a high ISO to reduce the length of my exposure, just to check I was in the right area, I figured out that I was. Cheers began to erupt into the pitch black of the night knowing that a good shot would soon ensue.

So, lowering my ISO and dragging out my shutter, I sat quietly alongside the gravel road, eating my chilli, tuna burrito and chicken noodle soup waiting for my exposure to finish. Once I knew I had my low noise exposure, I again cranked the ISO up to shoot and freeze the stars. A manual blend in photoshop created the image you see here.

Enjoy!

P.S. The lighting is from the moon rising back and to my left.

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The sun is rising over the golden valley. .
A very peaceful moment .

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the inner valleys of Chile have enfolded wonderfull colored textures ..

I really enjoyed these forests .


April 2012 | Val del frances | Chile . Patagonia

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Swiss Alps ( Interlaken ; BE )
Lovely Atmosphere

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Cerces Lake - French Alps

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Perfect reflection in Antern lake by a cold summer morning...

French Alps

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A picture of the Mont Blanc, from Cheserys lake, by a morning of July...

French Alps

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My favorite time of the year, like many, is autumn. There are many reasons why it is my favorite time of the year. For one, the temps drop into the 90's, but just a two hour drive, the temps drop even more, and the landscape rises into a volcanic peak that is just covered in aspens. Just like most alpine regions, Flagstaff had begun it's wonderful display of fall colors. Bright gold aspens stick out against the blue sky as the golden leaves trickle down to the floor from the slight breezes. That's not even the best part. In another week or so, the opposite side of the mountain will unveil it's colorful display, and then another week until the canyons begin their kaleidoscope of change. Unlike autumn it most places, which occurs very quickly at the mercy of the cold weather, Arizona's fall display lasts until late december. Of course, the upper regions where the aspens and maples grow give way first, but then the cottonwoods begin to turn and line the desert rivers and canyons. It's a magical time to be in this state, and this is only the beginning of my autumn adventures. I can't wait to get back to the high country to get my autumn high.

Inner basin- Flagstaff, Arizona.

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Out of my many visits to the grand canyon, my most recent trip to the north rim by far was my favorite. I took one of my best photos during this trip, and even got an incredible sunset. This happened to be the most incredible sunset I've seen over the grand canyon out of all my visits. The colors in the sky just exploded and reflected back into the canyon. I was drawn to the variety of patterns in this particular scene between the sky and the canyon walls. When the sky lit up like the fourth of July, I began running all over the point shooting various angles and sides of the canyon. To be up at the grand canyon and not deal with hordes of crowds at sunset is a gift in itself, but to have these conditions just made it all the better. As far as processing goes, this is a blend of two images. One for the sky, and the other for the landscape. I kept the sky as close to how it appeared on camera while I boosted the contrast in the canyon to give some definition and depth. For some perspective, the canyon walls along the horizon are a little over 10 miles away.

Point Sublime- North rim, Grand Canyon.

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I spent labor day weekend up on the north rim of the grand canyon with a few fellow photographers and got to experience some of the views that are off the beaten path. For the most part, we had the park to ourselves with a few others poking in to the view points. I had the chance to camp along the rim (something I've always wanted to do) and meet some new people. This area is not off the beaten path, in fact, many of you have probably seen images from this location, but for me the real view was inside the canyon. We started our morning at 3am loading up our gear from our first campsite and headed an hour and a half to point imperial hoping for a good sunrise. We got there about an hour before hand and just waited out the light. We didn't get any dramatic light, but some nice skies and views. After about an hour and a half of shooting at this point we headed to cape royal. These were the only two points we reached via paved road. When we arrived it had began raining so we sat in the car for a few minutes as the rain began to lighten up a bit. With the sun already in the sky, I wasn't really expecting anything dramatic. With the on and off rain it was hit or miss or get everything wet. Once the rain finally let up this rainbow appeared from inside the canyon and some soft filtered light painted the canyon floor. This was really the first time I ever got a rainbow on camera that I liked. With a few shots taken, we headed some 22 miles on rough borderline 4x4 roads to our final point and had quite the light show at sunset. It was a grand experience for my first visit to the north rim and surely will not be my last.

Cape royal, Grand canyon national park- Arizona.

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   Pentax K5
   Sigma EX 10-20mm f/4,0-5,6 DC HSM
   Slik 780 DX Pro | SH-807E
   Aperture: f/22
   Shutter Speed: 1/40s | 1/15s | 1/6s | 0,5s | 2s
   ISO-Value: 160
   Focal Length: 10mm
   Filters: Hoya Pro1 ND8
   Time: approx. 11:15am

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   This is the fourth installment of my welsh waterfall series. This time I bring you Melincourt Falls or in welsh Sgwd Melincwrt. I was really lucky with the lighting conditions, definitely one of the very few times something actually worked out the way I had it in mind. I always wanted to shot a sun star above the waterfalls gentle long exposed water as a strong contrast; and on top I even got some decent nice weather clouds.

   I must admit though that this was probably the hardest shoot I ever had with water getting on my lens and filters all the time since the wind was blowing through the valley constantly. At times I was really screaming mad because it ruined my shots all the time. I did 4 different compositions and each with this one being a little higher up I had to deal with the splatters on the camera. I ended up doing about 20 shots for each composition and then merging them in PS after making sure the splatters weren't in the same place so I could get rid of most of them in post work. Actually a pretty handy way of dealing with issues like this. Also I had to try to keep the exposures as short as possible so splashes don't get to much in each exposure. But I assume it worked out quite nicely. I hope you enjoy.

   Oh, and by the way the falls are about 24 meters high, even though it doesn't look like it: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melincou…

   Note: I edited this on a regular Acer Laptop so I'm not quite sure about the tonalities and color of the image since Acer monitors aren't the best for editing. So I'd appreciate people to tell me if I got things right just by judging the histogram. :D

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   Shutter Speed: 60s
   ISO-Value: 100
   Focal Length: 10mm
   Filters: Hoya Pro1 ND8
   Time: approx. 5:20am

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   One of the coastal shots from my recent trips to Wales. I got up at 4:00am to drive a little fruther along my route ending up at Penmon Point at pre-dawn to shot some stars above the sea. Sadly the clouds dissembled the sky completely and it wasn't until dawn had arose that the clouds slowly started to vanish resulting in these nice colors and gentle flow across the sky. One of the better sunrises I've witnessed during my stay in Wales for sure. And I really like tidal pool foregrounds at low angles. Hope you enjoy.

   Note: I edited this on a regular Acer Laptop so I'm not quite sure about the tonalities and color of the image since Acer monitors aren't the best for editing. So I'd appreciate people to tell me if I got things right just by judging the histogram.

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   Shutter Speed: 60s
   ISO-Value: 100
   Focal Length: 14mm
   Filters: None
   Time: 4:30am

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   This is one of the many yet unprocessed shots from my trip to the Alps with SvenMueller last summer. I took quite a few different compositions of Lac de Chesery and still haven't gotten around to edit all of them. This is probably the earliest shot that I've done even before the Alpenglow set in and the mountain range was barely visible. Thanks to the 1 minute exposure though it looks very nice and tranquil even though it also resulted in some visible noise for I shot without noise reduction in order not to lose any time in between shots. It's also one of the rather dark exposures but I just like it that way because it still have some resemblance to the actual gloom which hung on the south side of the Aiguilles Rouge.

   It was a blast standing there eating some chocolate cookies for breakfast while waiting for the different exposures to finish.

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Gunyah Dunes
Coffin Bay National Park
Eyre Peninsula
South Australia

The Gunyah dunes are accessable by 4WD a few kilometres off the road to Coffin Bay National Park. The last section toward the beach is very sandy which meant that Marianne and I chose to walk it given the SUV we were driving and my limited 4X4 skills. This sunset was a portent to stormy weather which would hit the area for the next few days giving some incredible conditions for photography but conditions difficult to tolerate especially in the dunes. Eyre peninsula is a photographer's playground and we would love to return there again one day!


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Roy's Peak
Wanaka Area

The walk up to Mount Roy from Lake Wanaka takes you more than 1km straight up along a 4WD track initially, then a steep and narrow ridgeline. The weather was very kind that evening for the walk down after dusk but well worth the view, the blisters and the takeout dinner afterward ! Lake Wanaka meanders off into the distance framed by the town of Wanaka on the right and Mount Aspiring National Park on the left. One of many memorable moments from our now distaant trip to New Zealand in May.

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Petrel Cove
South Australia

It seems that whenever I make a decision to visit Petrel Cove near Victor Harbor, I'm greeted with some pretty amazing conditions. This particular morning last weekend was no exception. I thought mother nature was giving me an early christmas present but unfortunately, it cut both ways as well. After sunrise, the conditions were still amazing and I ventured to the top of the rock visible in that scene. Though I didn't fall over, a particularly vertical wave splashed water onto the 5dmk3 ( not a lot ....) and it subsequently cannot be turned out. I am hoping that some time tomorrow morning on Christmas day, it too will give me a present by allowing itself to be turned back on after drying out! Can't complain about the images to work with from the morning though and I will be super paranoid now within smelling distance of the sea.

Apologies again for the absence from dA and have yourselves all a fantastic holiday season :) Bring on 2013!!
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