Site Visit – Last Frontier Dog Mushing Co-Op

Site Visit - Nighttime Mushing Fun with Last Frontier Mushing Co-Op Chena Hot Springs Road northeast of Fairbanks gets a lot of traffic in the winter, from northern lights chasers to people visiting the Chena Hot Springs Resort. But quite often, people speeding down that road are missing out on one of its greatest [...]

By |2022-04-26T08:44:29-08:00March 25th, 2022|Alaska Photography|Comments Off on Site Visit – Last Frontier Dog Mushing Co-Op

Site Visit – Tonglen Lake Lodge

Site Visit - Tonglen Lake Lodge We are always looking to expand our multi-day photography options. Before we can add a place to our repertoire, we like to make a visit. For this site visit, we wanted to explore a winter photo retreat option for classic Alaskan lodging near Denali National Park & Preserve. [...]

By |2022-03-25T09:14:57-08:00March 25th, 2022|Alaska Photography|Comments Off on Site Visit – Tonglen Lake Lodge

Special Places – Seldovia, Alaska

Special Places - The Visual Treasures of Seldovia, Alaska Founder and Guide, Jody Overstreet has traveled out of Anchorage to other Alaska locales a few times this season, including two trips to Seldovia. Throughout the year, Jody teaches, leads photo tours, and scouts interesting locations in and around Anchorage to include in our Sunset Photo Safari. When [...]

By |2022-01-01T11:08:37-09:00September 5th, 2016|Alaska Photography|Comments Off on Special Places – Seldovia, Alaska

How to Photograph Winter Landscapes

How to Photograph Winter Landscapes Extremes can make the scene, and from snowscapes to sky shows, ice fog to ice flows, the Alaska provides plenty of photo-worthy extremes in which to photograph winter landscapes. You will need 1 wintery scene with a foreground subject, middle ground and background Moderate amount of low angle of [...]

By |2018-04-25T19:29:26-08:00December 27th, 2015|Alaska Photography, Creative Tips, Photography Advice, Photography Tips, Winter Photography|Comments Off on How to Photograph Winter Landscapes