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on Sep 19, 2012 in Landscape Photography

Family of Shooters

We continued west and when we came down from Westgard Pass and looked towards home, we saw the eastside in gorgeous light with God Beams showing us the direction. Of course we stopped, got out and enjoyed the view and preserved it for all time with our clicks. John Muir called this the Range of Light for a very good reason. It is nearly a daily occurrence, this gorgeous light on an spectacular landscape making photography really quite simple. To make the shot, I made a 5 image handheld HDR that was finished in Nik HDR Pro.

Sharon & I are very fortunate to have two incredible sons who not only like hanging with mom and dad, but are also shooters themselves. We have been doing this photography thing as a family from the very beginning but we never really thought it would turn into a family affair. With that being said, you have to be careful, especially when you hear the request to “hold still.” In this case, Jake was kind to dad making a cool capture. But there are times when my very Photoshop wise sons take creative license with their photos of mom and dad. We are very fortunate!