Has Star Tracking made Single Image Milky Way Photography just a waste of time? The answer is NO! With Royce Bair in studio we get some pros and cons of both types of Milky Way Photography and hear from the Master Milky Way Photographer how to best take advantage of our time out there under the stars and get the …
When you need something really different and very cool, Steel Wool Photography is a fantastic option! AS LONG AS YOU ARE SAFE! We talk about two separate trips where we go out to do Steel Wool Photography With Jeff, Melanie and Corey who teach us why it is so easy to be addicted to this type of Night Photography. Heading …
Happy Black Friday deals everyone! Brendon and I are excited to offer discounts on our current offerings at Photog Adventures! Black Friday Store Front: https://goo.gl/WThtCe Pre-Order Discount on the upcoming Milky Way Course 1on1 Skype/Google Hangout Calls 2-on-1 Workshops These deals are only available through Cyber Monday! Thanks for being interested and supporting Photog Adventures!
Day Two of our trip out at Zion National Park & we work hard to find the best spot for a sunrise despite the sky not cooperating.
Day one out at Zion National Park & we just barely make it to a cool location near the Cedar Breaks for an amazing Sunset!
Another trip out to the Trestle hoping the vertical Milky Way will be perfectly aligned with the train tracks for a spectacular Astrophotography shot.
Part Two of our adventure down to Bryce Canyon to capture the Perseid Meteor shower over the famous red-rock hoodoos.
For the Perseid Meteor shower back in August 2016, we go on a Photog Adventure to Bryce Canyon National Park.
We hike up Dry Canyon to find a good composition around the fall colors that were starting to change on the foothills below Mount Timpanogos.
Aaron goes out on a Solo Photog Adventure to a dry, awesomely cracked pond near Goshen, Utah to capture the last Milky Way of the year.
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