Tuesday, August 20, 2013


 Image:Near camp Kiser, 5D Mk III, EF 24-70 f/2.8L II, 47mm, f/11 at 1/100 sec, tripod.
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 Image:Ptarmigan Ridge, 5D Mk III, EF 24-70 f/2.8L II, 70mm, f/11 at 1/500 sec, tripod.
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Its not always about light, sometimes atmosphere is needed to add a little extra to an image, I have had available time but decided not to go on a shoot because the weather is just to nice. I like going in to the mountains just after a storm or coming out just as a storm approaches.

I remember spending a stormy night in a lookout on top of Park Butte the next morning the lenticular cloud over Mt Baker was fantastic.

Mt Baker, North Cascades.

Mist, fog, snow, clouds or even rain can add a lot of atmosphere to a scene, I especially like clouds swirling around mountain tops.

Columbia Ice Field, Banff, Ca.

Plains in Wyoming.

Some times its worth getting a little wet.


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