The landscape photographer in me has always dreamed about Iceland. I decided to do an exploratory trip there this June so that I could add a workshop in 2014. I spent two exhaustive weeks covering the southern part of of country and to say the least, the scenery didn’t disappoint. The image above was my most memorable of the trip.
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Just wanted to share with you some of my latest Sigma blog posts covering everything from choosing the right ISO for wildlife photography as well as one on the budget friendly Sigma 150-500mm lens. I also have one on the latest addition to my arsenal, the Sigma 120-300mm lens. Follow the links and let me […]
I’m using an image from my just concluded Iceland exploratory trip to announce that I am the newest member of the Sigma Pro Team. I used the Sigma 12-24mm lens to craft this image. You can see the mugshot here with a few of my images. I have been using Sigma lenses for over 8 years so […]
OK…..so I am a bit behind on my tour/workshop reports so I decided to start from my last one! The east coast Florida tour is very different from the west coast Florida tour I do earlier in March as we concentrate more on the chicks. What got my attention in the image at the top […]
Hope everyone has recovered from the holidays! With my back going out just in time for Christmas, I have had some time to ponder on the year that has just passed and remembered I needed to share my tour report from Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons! The image above of Great Fountain Geyser is a […]