Just got done packing all my camping gear, it’s off to Mount Rainier for my first star photography workshop of the season. Anyone else gonna be up there this weekend? Maybe we will run into you. None the less, happy shooting…
Mount Baker is another one of those locations where the nights are so dark you can barely see your own hand. If you wana capture some great star shots I highly recommend this location. I took this one at Picture Lake which always seems to be photogenic. There are some great hikes in the area as well if you aren’t into this whole photography thing.
Crossing my fingers for no rain and heading off to Hug Point Oregon tomorrow to do some camping, exploring and of course photography. There are of course some other cool locations down that way like Cannon Beach, does anyone have any less known suggestions that are great for photos? I would love to shoot at some new spots…
Once again it’s star photography Friday and I’m keeping my word by posting a star shot. I also processed 7 or so new star pics this past week so there will be dones of new ones coming down the line. This shot was taken at Picture Lake in the North Cascades, you can see the reflections in there if you look hard enough. You can learn how I processed it in my Free Star Photography Tutorial.
All of my star photography workshops at Mount Rainier are now sold out. If you would like a chance to attend one please email me to be placed on the waiting list. There are still some spots left for Crater Lake so grab one while there is still time.http://www.davemorrowphotography.com/2013/01/under-stars-post-processing-group.html
I snapped this one off in the Mount Baker Wilderness during the Perseids Meteor Showers this past summer. You can find more of my star shots here: Star Photography Portfolio