Photography Tips – 13 Ways to Work on Photography at Home

Thirteen Ways to Work on Photography at Home We live in challenging times, with the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus around the globe and now with the United States surpassing the total number of infections of any other nation. Many people are either by choice or by local government order staying at home, and limiting [...]

By |2020-03-29T15:03:39-08:00March 27th, 2020|Photography Tours and Workshops|Comments Off on Photography Tips – 13 Ways to Work on Photography at Home

Guest Blog – Brown Bear Photo Safari with Mic-Anthony Hay

Filming and Photographing coastal brown bear with Mic-Anthony Hay Sony sent their A-team [Alpha Collective] up to Alaska last fall for some fun shooting in various locations, including filming and photographing coastal brown bear in Lake Clark National Park. Alaska Photo Treks had the honor of hosting them during much of their stay. Photographer, [...]

By |2018-08-01T12:28:56-08:00June 21st, 2018|Photography Tours and Workshops|Comments Off on Guest Blog – Brown Bear Photo Safari with Mic-Anthony Hay

Insider Tips – Photograph Alaska Wildlife

How to Photograph Alaska Wildlife No doubt about it, seeing and photographing wildlife is a main attraction for many visitors traveling to Alaska, but the state is large and finding them takes planning, patience and luck. The type of wildlife you're looking for plays a big part in the planning process. Not all animals [...]

By |2018-08-01T12:29:16-08:00May 27th, 2018|Photography Tours and Workshops|Comments Off on Insider Tips – Photograph Alaska Wildlife

Special Places – Knik Glacier

Adventures on Knik Glacier Standing barefoot atop ice formed from snow that fell more than 100 years ago, he stripped to board shorts while the guide tied a safety cable across his chest. The cable was a precaution against involuntarily muscle seizure; immobilizing a person to the point they can't swim - or even [...]

By |2019-01-24T22:46:00-09:00April 30th, 2018|Alaska Photography, Alaska Photography Tours, Photography Tours and Workshops|Comments Off on Special Places – Knik Glacier

Guest Blog – Chasing Light in Anchorage

One of the best things about being an Alaska photo tour guide is that it puts you in touch with so many interesting people. This past summer, I had the honor of chasing light in Anchorage with a full-time world traveler, intrepid spirit and all around cool person, Sherry Ott. It was fun showcasing the best [...]

By |2018-08-01T12:30:25-08:00November 20th, 2016|Photography Tours and Workshops|Comments Off on Guest Blog – Chasing Light in Anchorage

Photography Tips – One Simple Way to Improve Your Photos

One Simple Way to Improve Your Photos At the peak of film photography in 1999, Kodak estimated 80 billion photos were taken. According to Mary Meeker's annual Internet Trends report, an average of 1.8 billion were uploaded every single day during 2014. That totals an incredible 657 billion photos per year!  No doubt about it, we're [...]

By |2018-08-01T12:31:00-08:00November 6th, 2016|Photography Tours and Workshops|Comments Off on Photography Tips – One Simple Way to Improve Your Photos