Last Days in Alaska

by | Sep 7, 2013 | Impressive Places | 1 comment

Over the last few days in Alaska, there were a whole lot of places we scouted for next year’s CAPTURE Alaska workshop. Moving into September, the rainy season started to let up, but for the most part, Alaska continued to hide the essence of it’s glory in the clouds.

I’m looking forward to returning to some of these locations next year! Click on the titles of any of the locations to see exactly where they are in Google Maps.

Independence Mine State Historic Park

3347_Hatcher Pass-Alaska-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 65 mm, 1-80 sec at f - 8.0, ISO 400

Reflections Lake

3690_Eagle River-Alaska-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 93 mm, 1-250 sec at f - 4.0, ISO 400

Old Knik River Bridge

3505_Palmer-Alaska-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 50 mm, 1-200 sec at f - 5.6, ISO 200

Glenn Highway

3296_near Glennallen-Alaska-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 65 mm, 1-80 sec at f - 8.0, ISO 800

Farm near Butte, AK

3462_Palmer-Alaska-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 50 mm, 1-100 sec at f - 11, ISO 200

That’s right! Sunflowers in Alaska! And talking about sunflowers, I’m now focusing my sites on Kansas. Now that you’ve enjoyed some beauty of Alaska, head over to the CAPTURE Kansas workshop page where we’ll be learning how to capturing the beauty of a completely different kind of landscape. With all it’s stunning beauty, taking “wow” pictures in Alaska may be considered easy. Kansas takes it a step further; if you can learn to take “wow” pictures in a place like Kansas, you can take “wow” pictures anywhere!

1 Comment

  1. Robert

    Sunflowers in Alaska was a surprise! I love the rich colors in that shot!



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