Caren and her husband, Evan, brought the family west for an early fall break. We all met up at the Stanford Quad and romped around like we owned the place.
Serene had never been to Huddart Park, and I hadn’t been in at least 7 years (which is almost like never having gone), so we decided to check it out yesterday afternoon. Grabbing my camera bag was kind of an afterthought. Really happy that I did. Our 6pm walk was full of two things: bloodthirsty mosquitoes and some amazing light. Here are a couple of my favorite shots of the day.
Rounding out my recent Moab, Utah workshop with Tyler Stableford was a day in Arches National Park. I had been there once before, but that was before photography took over my life. Utah is my absolute favorite place to be outdoors, and places like Arches are exactly why. Southeast Utah looks like another planet. Or at least my imaginings of other planets. It’s stunning. We climbed up, around, and through arches in the park…and if a picture wasn’t on the other end of some of those hikes, there is no WAY you could get me to risk my neck and my gear. Very special thanks to Tyler and his assistant, Draper White, for all their expert advice and assistance. And a very special thanks to our model for putting up with us during a very long day.
Tyler kids around about how he has no pictures of himself, but I don’t think its a joke. I decided to try to do my part by sharing a portrait of him perched inside one of the arches.
Two weeks ago, I published a few teaser images from a recent workshop that I did with Tyler Stableford in Moab, Utah. And I’ve been pretty much bursting to share some more from that weekend. So, here goes. On the first day of the workshop, we had the chance to work with the cowboys and cowgirls who staff the ranch where we stayed. I’ve never photographed anything like it before. Stampeding stallions, steer roping, and a little downtime made for some pretty incredible scenery. Devon, Jake, Melissa, Jill, Monty, and Chance (yeah, that’s right) were our models for the day, and they were naturals. Or at least we were bossy. I’m still cleaning the dust out of my gear, but it was definitely worth it. Not only were Tyler and his assistant, Draper White, fantastic as usual, but I also learned plenty from the fellow attendees….a seriously talented bunch. Thanks for another great time, Tyler. Coming soon….Day 2 at Arches National Park!
Over the weekend, I had an opportunity to do a second workshop with Tyler Stableford in Moab, UT. Last spring, I blogged about a fantastic sports photography workshop that Tyler conducted in Boulder, CO. This one was even better. Here is a sneak peek at 3 images I captured over the weekend. More to come…