This image was taken at my landscape workshop in Yellowstone just last month. We put our hiking boots on and went for a walk out to this stream about 1 hour before sunset. It was such a peaceful and beautiful place…finding these types of locations is the reason I love landscape photography.
*Estes, Colorado- July 23-24
*East Coast Workshop Series- Myrtle Beach, SC, Savannah Georgia, Knoxville TN, Morgantown WV, Washington DC- August 11-31…
Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1 sec at f/22, 16mm at ISO 50, flash did not fire. Taken at 8:06pm.
This image was taken at my workshop in Morgantown, WV of the beautiful Megan Ward. We had the privilege of shooting inside the theater that is no longer in use, and we had a great time. This image was taken using my Rotolights with some side lighting to give it a real dramatic look. We had a great time and I can't wait to go back!
Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/60 sec at f/4.0, 16mm at ISO 3200, flash did not fire. Taken at 2:56pm on April 17, 2013.
This image was taken at the Palace of Gold in Moundsville, West Virginia. This was a first for me as the bride and groom, and wedding party jumped in the fountain right after the ceremony for an impromptu celebration. They jumped in there shoes and all, and it sure made for great shots!!
Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/250 sec at f/10, 16mm at ISO 50, flash did not fire. Taken at 3:45pm.
This production image taken at my REAL wedding workshop at the Palace of Gold in Moundsville West Virginia shows just what an amazing place it truly is. We were allowed to go and shoot inside the palace the day before the wedding for bridals, and it was EPIC! Such a gorgeous place with amazing people running it. Can't wait to go back!!
This image was taken at my destination wedding at the REAL wedding workshop in Moundsville, West Virginia at the Palace of Gold. It was a historic event as this was the first non-Hindu wedding EVER at the Palace of Gold and I was honored to be able to shoot it as well as hold my FIRST REAL wedding workshop ever. What a combination right? It's an absolutely beautiful place. This image was taken after the ceremony during the couple shoot. The panoramic vistas at this place are just beautiful. Thanks Ryan and Janette for allowing us to capture your amazing day!
Camera settings: Nikon D800, 1/250 sec at f/8.0, 14mm at ISO 50, flash fired. Taken at 4:33pm.