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Photographer Andy Williams (www.muenchworkshops.com) has been a photographer all of his life.  Andy has been teaching professional workshops since 2005, covering some of the major national parks in the West: Yosemite, Bryce Canyon, and Zion.   His horse workshops with Lynne Glazer have become favorites of photographers of all levels.  His work can be seen on Moon River Photography.  Long fascinated...
Landscape photography in the United States is often the most fun way to enter photography.  Who doesn’t love to be outside in the fresh air, waiting for the golden light of sunrise and sunset…20 miles from a trailhead, with minimal equipment because you had to backpack in essentials such as food and a stove, and with your head throbbing slightly...
The tried and true world of black and white photography continues to mesmerize both advanced and beginner dSLR photographers.  Those who have seen a silver gelatin print from an Ansel Adams or Ed Weston negative will notice the depth to the image and the overall difference in "feel" to the entirely different process of capturing light on film, making the...