Posts Tagged ‘Landscape’

APERTURE – National Photography Workshop



The is nothing more practical for learning than to be surrounded by mentors and get your feet wet. Scott Bourne is leading the charge. Check his G9 videos on his site. 


The Aperture Nature Photography Workshops at Olympic, Tetons, Yosemite and Yellowstone National Parks will take four groups of professional and amateur photographers to America’s most scenic destinations to make spectacular images while learning how to get the most out of Apple professional photo editing application, Aperture.

Beginning in September 24-27, 2008, a group of four professional photographers will be joined by four amateur photographers at Grand Tetons National Park for unparalleled photo opportunities, followed by first-hand instruction in Apple Aperture by a team of Apple-certified Aperture trainers.

Prizes: Prizes will be awarded to each winning photographer. The prize package is subject to change at the full discretion of the Aperture Nature Photography Workshops.

As of August 1, 2008 the prize package includes but is not limited to:

1 USB Drobo – approximate value $500
1 Lensbaby – approximate value $350
1 Premium subscription to value $375
1 set of all current Peachpit Press Photo-related books – approximate value $500
1 ThinkTank 360 Photo Bag – approximate value $350
1 Apple Aperture 2.1 – approximate value $200
1 Lifetime Pro Membership to Photrade – approximate value $500

HOW: Each participant may submit one photograph in total. All images must be digitally uploaded.

WHEN: Submissions open August 15 at Noon, PST and close September 5, 2008 at 5:00 PM, PST.

Questions can be address here:



Boone Speed – EVANSCENE

Boone Speed does all his own stunts. Portland’s own spirited Boone Speed has been noticed by His love of climbing is apparent in his work, clearly going the distance for the shot. But it’s not all adventure, his EVANESCENCE work is soft and ethereal and gives him a well rounded aesthetic. 

Photo of the Day

Photo by Ellen KooiPhotographer Ellen Kooi’s sweeping landscapes, are like a break mid-story. Though the landscapes seem to dominate the image, her focus seems to be the relationship of the human (most often woman or child) to that surrounding. Her work is laboriously produced, planning lighting and subject placement long before the shot takes place.  Her work has been written about in the NY Times and exhibited throughout Europe and North America.