The fog has rolled in and pretty much looks like it is hear to stay. As we make our way up the coast to Mackerricher State Park, we are amazed at not only the fog but how cold it is. We planned this stop as being halfway between Shark Fin and The Redwoods National Forest,
On our second day of our Rt. 1 journey, we headed north to a place I have been before and wanted to head back to and get some photos. The last time I was in California, a friend told me about Shark Fin Cove and I was excited to get back and spend some more time there.
As we make our way out of Yosemite I am amazed of how much forest we drove through. When I think of California, its beaches and palm trees that come to mind, not towering mountains and acres upon acres of forest, but it turns out
With a crazy good night behind me, I was off on another long ride but this time would be different. The moon is nearly full and the Milky Way unseeable, I planned to meet up with my good friend from Colorado and explore California a little bit. Our first destination was
Our final full day in San Francisco was going to be a busy one. The group had plans to shoot the sunset at Treasure Island as well as go back to Shark Fin Cove, but before we could do that about half of us were going to a meet and greet with the man himself, Trey Ratcliff.
My trip to the west coast was made specifically to partake in a photowalk with one of today’s hottest photographers, Trey Ratcliff. As you may or may not know I am an apprentice in Trey’s Mentorship program, The Arcanum, don’t know what that is yet, well
After a very early morning of shooting we headed out of Tomales Bay and back into San Francisco. After recharging a bit, my friend suggested a place to go shoot sunset and possibly the milky way, so we took off to the highways again to our next destination, Shark Fin Cove.
Last year, I joined an amazing online community known as the Arcanum. An online community for photographers to learn and grow with help from established, professional photographers, the Arcanum is something, I believe, every photographer should experience. The Arcanum is worldwide which makes it very exciting to meet and talk to people from the other side of the world or even people in your backyard. The experience and friendships formed are some I will never forget. In order to promote this new wonderful community, Trey Ratcliff, one of the founding photographers,