It’s great to be back with a new blog post for you all. With the launch of my How to Photograph the Northern Lights Tutorial & Star Photography Photoshop Actions & Luminosity Channels it’s been an insane past 2 months.
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For anyone that missed it I made a free tutorial for you all. It will show you how to post process / edit your Northern Lights photos from start to finish in Lightroom & Photoshop.
Fresh out of some amazing hikes in the Pacific Northwest, winter is quickly approaching which means awesome snowshoeing and travels abroad.
Recently we spent some time in the Enchantments of Washington State. This place is unreal! I’d highly suggest it to anyone that wants to escape reality for a week. We spent 5 days out here exploring, hiking and taking photos!
|Paul Weeks Shooting in the Enchantments of Washington State|
This is one of my favorite spots to shoot on the Olympic Peninsula. You can camp here, or even better hike up the beach for days without seeing a soul. The Wild Coast as they call it has is very remote once you get out there a day or two. It also has some really nice easy to access locations for day trippers.