As the vibrant hues of fall sweep across the land, we hope your hearts and SD cards are both filling up with memories and mesmerizing captures. As we wind down from a season of workshops and conferences, there's an undeniable energy buzzing around here (or is that exhaustion? 🤣).
Fresh off an immersive session at Yellowstone, we're still awestruck by the myriad of intimate landscapes our group managed to create. The fascinating play of light, shadow, and the autumnal palette made every moment at Yellowstone an adventure, further testament to the unique vision each photographer brought to the table. Sharing and comparing our daily captures was a highlight, showcasing the endless possibilities that exist even when we're all rooted in the same location.
On top of that, the recent Out of Moab conference was a celestial treat. Under the vast, starry expanse, attendees were inspired and challenged to capture the ethereal beauty of the night sky, giving a whole new dimension to the stunning Moab landscape.
And as we transition into the cooler months, there's no slowing down. Between exciting updates from Nature Vision Magazine and gearing up for our 2024 workshops (spots are flying!), there's much to look forward to.
So, grab a cup of your favorite fall beverage, cozy up, and dive into this newsletter. As always, we're grateful for this community and the shared passion that ties us all together. Here's to more adventures, under the sun and stars!
Published in LensWork!
Exciting news! Yours truly (David here) has had the immense honor of being featured in the revered LensWork magazine! I've long admired LensWork, having stumbled upon it years ago, and ever since, it's been a bucket list dream to see one of my projects grace its pages. I consider LensWork to be the most important fine art photography publication of our time, so this is an incredible achievement for me.
A heartfelt shoutout to Jennifer Renwick, Cole Thompson, John Barclay, and the man behind the magic, Brooks Jensen. Their constant support and encouragement played a massive role in molding my work into cohesive projects, and giving me the nudge to submit them to LensWork.
For those of you looking to snag a copy, it's not too late! Issue #164, featuring my project, is available for purchase from LensWork. And, one of my images has been handpicked for the upcoming LensWork book titled "Light, Glorious Light." If that sounds like a read you'd love, you can preorder the book right now.
2024 Workshop Spots Available
2024 is shaping up to be an exhilarating year for our workshops, and spots are filling up fast! If you've been toying with the idea of joining us, now's the time to jump in and secure your place.
So, if any of these sound like your next photographic adventure, don't wait. We can't wait to share these experiences with you.
Issue 2 of Nature Vision Magazine
Buckle up for some visual inspiration! Issue 2 of Nature Vision Magazine is in the pipeline and shaping up to be quite the treat. We're thrilled to spotlight some truly phenomenal talent in this edition – artists that will ignite your passion and spark creativity. Curious about what's in store? Get a sneak peek by checking out a preview of our inaugural issue. Once you're hooked (and we bet you will be), dive deeper by becoming a subscriber.
Items of Interest
We're always on the lookout for new and exciting things to share with you; here's what we found this month:
Captivating Images from Our Yellowstone Intimate Landscapes Workshop
We just wrapped up our Yellowstone Intimate Landscapes workshop, and what an experience it was! We were blessed with a group of fantastic clients, all eager and enthusiastic about expanding their vision. What struck us the most? Each day, when we came together to share our images, it was nothing short of awe-inspiring to see the multitude of interpretations and captures. Even though we all stood on the same ground, the variety of what was created was a testament to the unique eyes of each photographer.
Below, feast your eyes on some of the standout images from our students. And hey, if you're feeling a tug at your heartstrings, we've got some spots open for our 2024 Yellowstone Intimate Landscapes workshop. Don't miss out on this transformative experience!
Yellowstone Workshop Testimonials
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