Although I used the Fuji X Pro most of the time, I opted to use the D800 in this area of the park because of the intense detail that I wanted to record. I also used the 14-24 on most of the images, which is an amazing piece of glass, arguably unequaled in the business. Actually, many well known Canon nature photographers have a Nikon lens to Canon adapter so that they can use the Nikon 14-24mm on a Canon body.
We were very lucky with light and clouds during our time in the Badlands, and it was also perfectly timed by the universe, as we had bald blue skies immediately after the workshop ended!
We found some very cool new and different photo venues this trip and look forward to coming back next year on our own, if we don’t get enough people interested in the Badlands in 2014. We have no workshop scheduled at this time, and will only bring a group here if we have enough interest. So, if interested, please email Susan.
Here’s a gallery of images made with the incredible Nikon D800.
All images, including the B&Ws processed using LR5.
This latest Adobe offering might be of interest. We’re thinking about signing on.
We’re heading home tomorrow. 2014 workshop schedule is the first order of business, before we’re off for fall in NH and Maine.
It looks like an amazing fall is cooking up this year!
Here’s links to the other recent Badlands blogs:
Here’s a few dates to keep in mind:
We normally attend PhotoExpo, but this year I’ll be presenting in Abbottsford, CAN
Our Creativity Seminars kick off in Portland, Me on Dec 8!
Very busy end of the year is upon us!
Have a great fall!!
We’ll see ya online!