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on Jan 15, 2016 in

Moose’s Podcasts

Podcast #01 & Blog Post 04.23.16 In this episode: B&H Photo, D5, Image Wizards, Gear to create Podcast, Lynn Area Presentation Podcast #02 & Blog Post 05.02.16 In this episode: B&H Photo, Lynn Area Presentation, Nikon D5, Nikon D500, DK-19 Rubber Eyecup, DK-27 Eyepiece Adapter for D5, Tempest Tours Podcast #03 & Blog Post 05.13.16 In this episode: B&H Photo, KelbyOne Landscape Finishing Class, Nikon D5, Nikon D500, SB-5000 AF Speedlight, WR-R10/WR-T10/WR-A10 Wireless Remote Adapter Set, Zenelli Carbon Fiber Gimbal Head (name I couldn’t remember) Podcast #04 & Blog Post 06.03.16 In this episode: Birds, Mammals, Planes, D5, SB-5000, wireless flash, Profoto B1 Podcast #05 & Blog Post 06.16.16 In this episode: Sensor Cleaning, Sensor Dust, Digital Loop, D500 Podcast #06 & Blog Post 07.01.16 In this episode: B&H, D5, D500, Workflow, Photo Mechanic, Buffalo Thunderbolt Podcast #07 & Blog Post 07.15.16 In this episode: B&H, Moose PhotoPacks, Photoshop World, EAA AirVenture, Workshops Podcast #08 & Blog Post 08.10.16 In this...

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on Jun 24, 2009 in


01-06 Nov ’17 Oregon Coast, OR 21-26 Feb ’17 Yosemite Winter, CA 23-28 Aprl ’18 Palouse, WA 18-23 May ’18 Yellowstone 08-13 July ’18 Madera Cyn, AZ 08-13 Oct ’18, Grand Tetons 22-27 Oct, ’18 Alaska Moose Moose offers a lot of different workshops from big, grand adventures to personalized one on one tutoring, from big game to the smallest rock. Our goal is pretty simple, help you make the most of YOUR photography. To learn about all the workshops we offer, here’s a quick description, click on link for the whole enchilada! Look forward to shooting with you! The openings we have are listed after each workshop. Yosemite 21-26 Feb, 2018! Winter in Yosemite is magical that simply has to be witnessed and shared! It’s been over a decade since Sharon & I have spent winter time in Yosemite so off we’re going and we want YOU to share it with us! This is a landscape and wildlife adventure with rocks and rabbits, falls and owls with a...

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on Nov 9, 2017 in WRP Ed Zone

Let There Be Light

We’re taking a play right out of Hollywood playbook to bring the night to day, romance to dull. Lighthouses are a very romantic symbol, guarding our coastline and welcoming home our seafarers. Their light reaches out to sea to guide lost souls back to safety. Their very name contains the essence of their being, light …. house. So in our photographs, that light that emanates from the house is very much part of their story. There are times when we can capture that magical beam, there are times we cannot. It’s those times we cannot that now we can! What you see below is the before and the top, the possibility. Getting to the possibility was real simple. First. The Coquille River Light hasn’t operated since 1932 so the only way to bring its light back to life is in post. It started by shooting with the D850 / 70-200f4 AFS leaving room for a beam to be included in post. Shooting while the sun was still up yet...

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on Oct 24, 2017 in WRP Ed Zone

Grand Teton Adventure 2018!

The Grand Tetons … oh my what a gorgeous part of our wild heritage! I’ve truly not spent enough time in this gorgeous locale so Sharon & I are heading back in 2018 and want to take eight of our best friends along. While it might be a “landscape” workshop don’t think for a moment we won’t stop for critters like … MOOSE (go figure)! We’re targeting fall color to put up against those majestic granite spires and throw in some moody clouds for some amazing photo opps. We will of course head to some of the iconic Grand Teton locales and some you’ve perhaps never heard of. And simply can’t forget the amazing breakfast awaiting us to warm up after that glorious sunrise. We simply can’t wait! The dates are 8-13 Oct, 2018 and the price is $1895. That price includes transportation from the Jackson Hole airport and back again at the end of the week. It also includes entrance into the park, instruction in the field and...

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on Oct 3, 2017 in Landscape Photography

Scale by Focal Length

Clouds are such an easy subject to bring wow to your photograph. Now because clouds are so universal, everyone can relate to them. This can be a good or bad thing depending on how you bring them to life in your photograph. This is because we’ve all seen amazing cloud formations sometime in our life. The key here that many miss in their photographs are the relationship of the clouds with the earth. Remove the earth and they are just big white cotton balls and a lot of their drama and wow evaporates. So therein lies our photographic challenge. This is where the landscape becomes so important to our clouds! The clouds need a visual anchor, a means to compare their size with something that we can relate to yet be so insignificant that visually we don’t give them any importance. This is where lens selection plays such a huge role in the photograph. Capturing the right slice of the earth and at the same time bring drama and...

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