September 2013 Newsletter
Over the last few months I’ve been blessed to travel our beautiful planet while sharing the joy of photography with people from all over the world. June took me on a climb to Mt. Rainier, then adventuring around Lake Tahoe. July took me on a private group photo safari to Tanzania. August brought me on two photo adventures to Iceland and Hawaii. September has taken me to Seattle for photography workshops and eastern Washington for a Pac-12 football game. Photography was an integral part of all my trips and I loved participating in, and leading the adventures with many people whom I now call friends.
The longer I photograph, the more I appreciate how much work it takes to create truly great images. I’ve been working on my craft since I was 12 years old and I still feel like I have so much to learn. My hope for you is that you also find the passion and desire to continue learning and improving. I’ve filled this month’s newsletter with lots of tips and tricks that I use on a regular basis. Take these suggestions and practice on your own. It’s fun. It’s challenging. And in the end, very rewarding.
Nikon Capture NX2 Book update.
I have acquired the final 100 copies of my book Nikon Capture NX 2 After the Shoot from the publisher. There won’t be another print run, so once these units run out, that’s it! The books are for sale either at my website or from Amazon.com. Here are the links:
Nikon D7100 Camera Setup Guide.
We’ve just posted the new Nikon D7100 setup guide to our website here: Nikon D7100 Setup Guide. Click on the download button for a free PDF with the camera settings, or click the “add to cart” button to buy a laminated copy of the guide.
New Workshops Posted.
Join us in 2014 for a photo adventure to a far-off land. We’ll be running photo adventures to Iceland, Galapagos Islands, and Tanzania. I’ve added some more information down below in the Workshop Updates section. For a preview of our Iceland trip, I put together a quick video showing one of our destinations. Check it out here: Westman Islands, Iceland