By Cindy Crewdson ITWPA Member The chance to see a moose wading in the marsh, a muskrat swimming by or poking his head from the water, or even the spawning of chinook, coho, or humpback salmon in Rabbit Creek: this is what you can see along the 1,550-foot wooden boardwalk that offers a panoramic view of Turnagain Arm, a waterway into the northwestern part of the Gulf of … [Read more...] about Boardwalk at Potter Marsh
By Betty Albert ITWPA Member Light is your best friend. Use it wisely. Flat, midday light won’t bring about the warmer, more saturated tones of early evening. Where is your key light coming from? Placing a person to the side of that key light will put a more complimentary shade on the face than facing into the sun; early and evening light is best for landscape and other … [Read more...] about What My 20+ Years in Portrait Photography Taught Me About Travel Photography
By Caitlin Williams ITWPA Member “Summer Rain” had me at hello. Offering a stunning image of Jackson Square, the photograph immediately drew me in with its spell of New Orleans timelessness and mystery that I hadn’t experienced -- or even imagined -- before. If you, too, are looking for magical portrayals of New Orleans that go beyond the typical tourist snaps, then … [Read more...] about Looking for a Slice of the Real New Orleans?
Writing and Photography by Linda Popovich The Oregon Coast is one of the most beautiful stretches of beach in the world and a dream vacation for photographers. Crashing waves, seabirds and seals, beautiful beaches, rock formations -- and that’s just the beginning of what you will see. In fact, the biggest problem is figuring out where to go, where to stay, and what to shoot, … [Read more...] about The Oregon Coast – Where to Go, Stay, and Shoot: A Mini Guide for Travel Photography Enthusiasts