A Trip to Beautiful Southern Nevada I am back after 6 weeks of hiatus from this blog. I meant to publish this 2 weeks ago but life disrupted it. I would still like to share some gear tips for photographers and some of the beautiful places I visited along the way. Originally I planned to … Continue reading “Soft vs. Hard Shell Rooftop Tent for Photographers in you”
Like everyone else in Northern Nevada which is engulfed by two large wildfires south of us (Caldor) and north of us (Dixie), I was stir crazy to get out of town and away from smoke. I have bought multiple Air Purifiers since to keep the smoke out of my home and even have invested in a … Continue reading “Time away from wildfire smoke and appreciation of nature around us”
There is a certain unimaginable beauty in Monochromatic images. Ansel Adams was the most iconic Black & White (B&W ) landscape photographer. So much can be done with B&W. Nowadays all cameras are digital color, but we have the option just to shoot B&W with them with the built-in-black-and -white-setting, but we should not. This … Continue reading “Black and White”
There is just too much to talk about Landscape and completely beyond one blog. There are many books written with just that title “Landscape Photography” and it also has multiple dedicated magazines like the one I subscribe to, outdoor magazines. Landscape photographers are hard workers and “Absolute Suckers” for Sunrise and Sunsets. We don’t seem … Continue reading “Not All Men Created Equal, Then Some Learn Photography!”
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