5 Photography Tips & Bryce Sunrise 24 x 36 Print

1 Dec

Before we get into the photography tips,  here’s a quick personal update on the latest happenings in my photography world. The first big festival of the winter is upon us and we are making final preparations for a successful show. Our inventory is fully stocked, show pricing is in place, and we have several options of styles including framed and matted prints, notecards as well as canvas giclees.  For this show, we also made a couple of large prints including my bryce canyon sunrise shot entitled, “Celestial Alignment” at 24 x 36. That’s my largest print to date, we just got it home this afternoon and here’s a quick snap shot with me in it to give you a sense of size. Including the matting and frame – the image is 49 inches wide.

One of my showstoppers for Tempe this year. This is a 24 x 36 Lightjet print on FujiFlex paper with distressed gold trim, suede matting, museum glass, and a Southwestern wood frame. For more information on purchasing this piece...please contact me.

Now onto my photo tips. Ron, my contact at Induro Gear,  asked me to submit my top five photography tips and he published that article on the Induro blog earlier this week. You can read it here.

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I apologize for not updating my blog for frequently. This has been an incredibly busy time. You can expect me to update the blog at least once per week from now until the new year.



2 Responses to “5 Photography Tips & Bryce Sunrise 24 x 36 Print”

  1. greg urbano December 4, 2010 at 8:25 pm #

    i read your guest posting and i have to say i struggle to keep my lens dust free, any advice, i have one of those special cloths

    • wildmoments December 6, 2010 at 1:24 pm #

      Hi Greg,

      No special technique. I keep a little brush handy and try to remember to dust around my lens before I take it off. Plastic bags also work OK in slot canyons and other dusty areas. If the wind is blowing too hard, I just won’t switch lenses. As I mentioned in the article, compressed air probably works best for cleaning. However, when you are using it be careful because if you hold the bottle wrong it will spray a damaging liquid onto your camera. Also, Singh Ray filters makes a good lens cleaner that can be purchased for a reasonable price. I hope this information helps. Good luck shooting and feel to ask any others questions. Thanks so much.


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