BEHIND THE LENS – LIFE OF A PRO LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER

Being a “photographer” is a very romanticized profession. While there certainly are a ton of perks, life isn’t always so glamorous as traveling around the globe, taking photos of beautiful locations and “living the life”. For me, when I am out on location shooting, like I am right now (connecting via a tethered cell phone to my macbook air), this is my life. I sleep in my Subaru Outback or in tent. I am up both late at night and early in the morning and I am usually scouting locations and or editing work during the day. There is not much room for sleep or a shower or comfort for that matter…..

but at the end of the day. I would not trade my life for anything. I am living MY dream, especially when my family is able to come along and experience the beauty of this planet that I get to try to capture every chance I get.

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Life of a Professional Landscape Photographer

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Upcoming Photo Workshop Adventures...

Discover Cuba

November 2021
 
With this adventure, our focus will be on capturing the beauty of the Cuban people, culture, and architecture throughout the Island of Cuba. From the classic cars and ocean side highways in Havana to the cobblestone streets of Trinidad and everything in between. With so much uncertainty in the US/Cuban relationship, NOW is the time to go!

Namibia Photo Workshop

October 2021
 
Namibia is home to some of the most incredible desert landscapes and wildlife on the planet. From the great sand dunes of Sossusvlei to the remote Himba tribes of Northern Namibia to the amazing mixture of wildlife found in the country, Namibia is a photographers paradise. Here you will find large populations of cheetahs, lions, rhino, elephants, buffalo and much more!

Leknes Northern Lights Lofoten Islands Norway Photo Workshop

Norway Photo Workshop – Lofoten Islands

February 12th – 19th, 2021
 
Join me this February as we explore this impressive series of Islands located above the Arctic Circle. While we will work hard to get you in the right spot for both sunrise and sunset, with over half the day steeped in darkness, we will make sure to chase any and all Aurora activity that presents itself throughout our time in the Lofoten Islands.

Iceland Winter Photo Workshop

Iceland Winter Photo Workshop – Ice Caves & Auroras

February 17th – 24th, 2020
 
Winter in Iceland is one of those unique experiences that everyone should have at least once in their life. With this workshop, we will focus our time on the South of Iceland, focusing our time on Ice Caves, Northern Lights, and glaciers, but we will also photograph a number of waterfalls such as Gullfoss, Bruarfoss, Seljalandsfoss, Skogarfoss and more.

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