I recently taught a photography workshop here in Colorado Springs. Normally, we expect sunny weather in June, but this time we got the strange anomaly of gloomy, overcast and rainy conditions. While these circumstances were less than ideal for the sweeping vistas we expect from Colorado, they were absolutely perfect for shooting in North Cheyenne Canyon, where the streams were flowing and the wild roses were blooming. Our class participants came away with some wonderful images of waterfalls, flowers and foliage in wet conditions not frequently encountered at this time of the year. In fact, we almost felt like we'd been transported to the Pacific Northwest for a day!
Helen Hunt Falls
Jason gives on-line classes, has a Podcast--The Image Doctors -- and is always glad to help people take better pictures. If you'd like to learn more about landscape and outdoor photography, check out Jason's website at www.luminescentphoto.com And he'd love it if you'd share this with anyone who's interested in photography. One of his pictures would definitely brighten up a wall!
And don't forget my contest. Plenty of time to enter. Deadline is July 7th.