Celebrating 10 years of epic landscape photography in South Dakota
The first time I visited Badlands National Park, I was on a week-long photo tour with members of the Nikonians photographic community. It was 2005, and it was my first “real” photo experience with a digital camera, my brand-new Nikon D2x. I had two (!) 4GB memory cards in total, and I still remember the challenge of making the transition from film (fixed ISOs and slow shutter speeds) to digital.
In 2019, I had the opportunity to spend a week at the Tranquilo Bay Eco Adventure Lodge in Bocas del Toro, Panama. I discovered Panama’s incredibly rich biodiversity, with hundreds of species of birds, mammals, and reptiles. This is my story of that experience!
May 9-13, 2021 with “The Image Doctors” Jason Odell & Rick Walker. We’ll meet in Portland, Oregon and explore the waterfalls of the Columbia River Gorge before making our way through Astoria to iconic Cannon Beach. We’ll spend two days photographing Cannon Beach’s famous sea stacks and coastal landscapes before returning to Portland.
May 13-14, 2021 with Jason Odell & Rick Walker. We will teach you the fundamentals of infrared photography, including theory and processing techniques. We will have a group photo shoot at the Portland Japanese Gardens followed by an image processing and review class. Discount available for participants on our Oregon photo safari!
July 18-21 with Jason Odell & Rick Walker. Join us in Crested Butte, Colorado, the wildflower capital of Colorado! We’ll photograph the colors and beauty at the peak of wildflower season while learning macro and close-up photography techniques. You’ll also get hands-on software training from Rick and Jason.
August 29-Sept. 2 from Wall, South Dakota with Jason Odell. Join Jason in South Dakota to master landscape photography in one of North America’s most unique environments. The eroding rock formations of the Badlands have been intriguing visitors for years, and offer a unique outdoor classroom for you to master fine-art landscape photography.
Sometimes, it’s necessary to pack a smaller kit. Whether it’s due to travel constraints, or you just want more flexibility in the field, packing light is an important photography skill. We’ll take a look at the tricks we use to slim down our kits.