What Does Your Winter Look Like? I heard someone refer to this winter as the “snow-pocalypse.” Between snow, ice storms and freezing temperatures this has certainly has been an unusual winter Whether your world is covered in white and you are outside trying to catch snowflakes, or you live in a warm climate and […]
In honor of Valentines Day, the January assignment was to photograph Love. We wanted to see how you visually communicate the emotion of love. Each photographer was asked to explore relationships between subjects, show us your take on iconic imagery, use colors, play with visual metaphors– anything that communicated love. Each person was asked to […]
Our RMSP Weekend program is traveling to Tampa, Florida this Saturday and Sunday. Tim, Tony and Eileen will be in the midst of white sand beaches, exotic birds and warm weather. Here are some places I would seek out and photograph if I were in traveling to Tampa this weekend. To scout Tampa from Missoula, I used Google Maps and Panoramio […]
Lots of landscape photography enthusiasts have DSLR with HD video capabilities and never use it. Video is a way to capture nature, landscapes and the natural world. Take a look at this amazing video taken on Skywalker Ranch by Philip Bloom. Skywalker Ranch from Philip Bloom on Vimeo. Interested in video but not sure where […]
Canon will be introducing new products at the Camera and Imaging Photo Show (CP+ 2011) beginning Wednesday, February 9th in Pacifico Yokohama, Japan. The Rebel family of cameras has two new additions, the new EOS Rebel T3i and EOS Rebel T3 Digital SLR Cameras. These versions of this camera model have many new enhancements to the HD […]
Our Yellowstone in Winter workshop is happening this week. It’s an amazing winter adventure that always leads to some great photographs. Instructor Doug Johnson sent us a few images he’d taken in the past few days. Click an image to see it larger.