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I have been all over the World – Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. But, through all of my travels, the only regret that I had was that I did not have a good camera, nor the training to effectively use one at the time. When I was presented with the opportunity to go on a Holy Land tour in Israel, I knew that if I was ever going to get moving with my dreams of Photography, I would regret it if I did not get equipped and trained before my trip. This is where I began my journey to becoming an HDR landscape photographer.
Lucky for me, I have some gracious friends who helped guide me along the way. I met a guy at my church, Tim Stanley, who is quite an experienced hdr landscape photographer and he started to mentor me. Of course, I went the Nikon route and he is a Canon shooter, but I don’t hold that against him.
I have utilized tutorials and books as well in order to learn how to become an HDR landscape photographer, but honestly the most effective learning tool for me has been to go out and experiment. Through tutorials offered by Serge Ramelli and HDR landscape photographer Trey Ratcliff, I have learned a lot about post processing and have developed my style over time. I will always try new things and I do not plan to get stuck in one niche of photography. About the only thing that I am not willing to try is shooting is a Wedding.
I shoot what I want to shoot, how I want to shoot it and process the image to my taste. When people purchase my prints, it gives me a sense of affirmation in my skills and abilities.
I hope that you enjoy what you find in my gallery and subscribe to this page. Even if you never purchase a print, you may enjoy reading about my experiences.
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