It’s not what you look at but what you see that matters most. In all our workshops, we’ll put you in the best locations, and what you do with it after that is personal interpretation. I took this colorful pattern of leaves as a straight image, and with a little help from my friends at NIK and Topaz Labs, produced the other two variations.

And now, from the department of Shameless Self Promotion: (If I don’t do it, who will?!)

I have two workshops that I’m excited about teaching this Fall. Both celebrate the splendor of the West’s Autumn season!

Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, with Aspen Photo Workshops – Sept 29-Oct 3.

Join Charlie Borland and me on this photo-adventure! Based in Ouray, we will explore the stunning scenery of the San Juan Mountains, it’s breathtaking valleys, hillsides of flame-hued aspens, and the drama of jagged mountains as a backdrop to it all. From the intimate scene to the grand landscape, we’ll cover it.  I used to live in Colorado and one of my most favorite areas was the San Juan mountains – simply breathtaking!! Only four spaces left, so don’t wait to sign up for this adventure into Autumn’s splendor. Check with Aspen Photo Workshops for more info.


Fall in the Eastern Sierra, California. October 14-17.

On the eastern side of the mountains in California, canyons stretch up into the Sierra range, lined with magnificent stands of aspen and cascading streams. Fall color is stunning in this part of the state – and we’ll be there October 14-17 to capture the peak of it. The Buttermilk Rocks, White Mountain’s Ancient Bristlecone Pine trees, the Owens Valley with views of the Sierra and a trip to Mono Lake for sunrise are just some opportunities we’ll have for making grand landscapes and intimate close-ups of Autumn’s splendor. Learn how to translate what you see into a powerful, memorable photograph. Visit Mountain Light’s website for more info and to register. Time is getting close! You don’t want to miss this one.
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