A view of the morning’s light shining on Lone Pine Peak from under Lathe Arch in the Alabama Hills.
Lathe Arch is a small 5 foot wide arch about knee high when viewed from the west side and has a substantial drop to the east side making a composition from there somewhat difficult to place a tripod. When you do get set up a wide angle lens would be the wisest choice to get the entirety of the arch in view to help enlarge it’s presence in your capture. 🙂
I have begun offering private one-on-one "on location" beginning and intermediate photography workshops in the Southern California region.
Workshops includes Sunset/Nightsky/Sunrise sessions
I am also offering an over-the-phone scouting workshop, where I will teach you everything you need to know about planning your next shoot and predicting the weather conditions. This workshop includes in-depth training on how to use Google Earth, TPE, NWS, GPS Tracking and Milky Way Alignment. This scouting procedure is the very newest in pre-scouting technologies and is useful for amateur to advanced photographers alike. If you are interested in taking your photography to the next level and increasing your chances of getting the shot of a lifetime, then send me an email at the link below and we will make arrangements.
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Again, thanks for taking the time to take a look at my photos, and as always, your views, comments, faves, and support are greatly appreciated!! Have a great evening everybody!! 🙂