Milky Way Photography in Bandon, Oregon over the Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint delivers successfully two years in a row! The challenge this year on the beaches of Bandon was that the tide was not out as far as it was last year despite being near New Moon. So we had more water between us and the Sea Stacks. But …
Todays topics – Has Star Tracking made Single Image Milky Way Photography just a waste of time? The answer is NO! Royce Bair joins us in the studio and we get some pros and cons of both types of Milky Way Photography. We hear from the Master Milky Way Photographer on how to best take advantage of our time out …
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 …
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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!
Invited by his Brother-in-law, Brendon & Aaron go on a leisurely Saturday morning hike up to Donut Falls, an icy waterfall
Another trip out to the Trestle hoping the vertical Milky Way will be perfectly aligned with the train tracks for a spectacular Astrophotography shot.
We join subscriber Dan Lindhardt for a Photog Adventure out to Fifth Water Hot Springs up Diamond Fork Canyon at his invitation.
Part Two of our adventure down to Bryce Canyon to capture the Perseid Meteor shower over the famous red-rock hoodoos.