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Posts Tagged ‘dramatic’

September 12th, 2013

Paradise Falls, Glacier NP

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Modern digital cameras and their ¬†resolution and dynamic range available today amaze me! While in Glacier on this last trip, I found myself shooting a particular scene that I would never have even tried to get away with on film or even without some serious exposure blending just a few years ago. A very contrasty …
March 2nd, 2013

Chased by the Light

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
On the first evening of my recent Valley of Fire Workshop, we hiked out to Fire Wave in hopes of capturing dramatic landscape images. The skies had some amazing clouds to the south hanging over Fire Wave when we first arrived and we set up for the more or less traditional shot. I encouraged my …
October 28th, 2012

The Beauty of Backlight

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
(¬© Joseph Rossbach) Back Light is one of my favorite lighting conditions to work under. Over the past couple of months I have been chasing the fall colors from the Tetons to West Virginia, leading several workshops along the way. The color this year was excellent and I was given the opportunity to work with …
August 31st, 2012

Iceland Image Roundup

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Land of the Midnight Sun
Last month I spent an amazing three weeks in Iceland leading a Photo Tour with good friend and fellow photographer Richard Bernabe as well as spending some personal time exploring the island. This was my first trip to Iceland and I was completely blown away by not only the wild and rugged beauty of the …
September 18th, 2011

Autumn Sunrise from Schwabacher Landing, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Richard Bernabe and I just finished up our Tetons workshop this morning. We had a great time shooting landscapes, fall color intimates, Moose, Bison and Antelope. The weather was chilly and many mornings were filled with fog. We had a few sessions with incredible light and a great time was had by all! here’s one …
August 24th, 2011

Storm Light, Saint Mary Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
Storm Light, Sainty Mary Lake, Glacier National Park
While on my recent trip to photograph and scout for a future workshop in Glacier National Park, I made it a goal to come away with at least one dramatic image from Saint Mary’s Lake, arguably the most photographed location in the park. The last time I was in Glacier was about 12 years ago …
August 23rd, 2011

Triple Falls, Glacier National Park

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
I am finally back home after a nine-day trip to Glacier National Park followed by a week in Charleston with my family on vacation. The trip to Glacier was productive, but incredibly frustrating. To start with, my first three days were absolutely horrid conditions for nature photography, blue bird blue skies and not a cloud …
June 14th, 2011

Sunset from Little Stony Man Cliffs, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
I’ve visited Little Stony Man Cliffs at least a dozen times before, sometimes with clients and sometimes alone. They face due west and therefore make a great location for sunset and later afternoon light. In all the years before, I have never been able to come away with anything truly epic from this spot, so …
June 6th, 2011

Broken Down Beauty

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
59th Street Sunrise
This past weekend I led a workshop on the southern New Jersey Shore based out of Cape May. We were chasing a few things including a dramatic sunrise at one of my favorite locations on the shore, the broken down fishing pier on 59th street in Ocean City, NJ. I have been trying to produce …
May 31st, 2011

Valley of the Three Kings

Posted By Joseph Rossbach
I just returned home from two weeks of shooting spring and leading workshops in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia near Canaan Valley. The conditions this year were some of the best I have experienced in almost five years! The foliage was fresh and green,¬† the water flowing and the light at times was nothing …