After a difficult trip, I was anxious to see what the night skies held for me here in Indiana. I found a great location to shoot that I felt safe in and had some great foreground material to work with. Maybe I was just a little too anxious or maybe the skies just fooled me because only an hour after sunset the sky seemed extremely dark
When I started in photography my one driving force was to get out and see the world. 3 years ago I moved to Colorado to keep that dream going and this summer, I take on my biggest adventure yet!
Last year I discovered a new obsession. Well it isn’t so new to me, as the stars and the night sky always have fascinated me, but photographing the Milky Way was new to me last year and I completely fell in love with it. As winter began and the Milky Way fell out of a good spot to photograph I was forced to stop chasing it. But here we are another year
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.
Last week, during the height of the years biggest Meteor Shower,