- Driving from the San Francisco Bay area the distance is 225 to 290 miles, depending on route EACH direction so figure 6 hours each way at a minimum, with stops it took us 12 hours as a workshop. If you drive in from Reno it would be less, from LA possibly more.
- Over the course of a workshop, figure that we will drive another 500 miles between locations in addition to the to and from.
- Nearly all of the locations are above 8 000 feet and on dirt roads. These two together tend to make folks tired. (bring a pillow in the car)
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This section contains links to other photographic sites and a brief description of them.
- Luminous Landscape has columns, essays, and techniques and is one of the more popular blog sites.
- Beautiful Landscape Alain Briot writes very good essays and blogs
- STROBIST This is the place to start learn and practice flash photography. David Hobby is a funny writer and oodles of material.
- Ugly Hedgehog This is a general forum
- Fred Miranda is one of the older photo sites around. Usually pretty good stuff.
- Alan Ross Photography
- Crafting Photographs
- G Dan Mitchel Photography
- Gary Hart Photography
- John Sexton Photographer
- Michael Frye’s Landscape Photography Blog
- Scenic Light Photography Blog – Bob Evans
- Sharon Tenenbaum
This section will take some time as my bookcase is rather full.
- PhotoSig This is a great place to learn and develop the photographer’s eye through writing critiques of photos. Strongly recommend that anyone starting out signup (it can be free) and practice writing critiques.
- DPREVIEW is one of the better places to find out about current technology like camera and lens.
- Charles Cramer studied under Ansel Adams, and he creates beautiful work.
- Keeble & Shuchat If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area this is the best camera store I have found. The difference is the people there, particularly in the pro shop. Also, my mom use to baby sit for the current owner, and I get a chuckle out of that.
- What the Duck is a very funny cartoon strip related to photographers. It pokes fun at a number of different aspects of photography. If you would like a laugh; visit.
◾Alan Ross Photography ◾Crafting Photographs – Rich Seiling ◾G Dan Mitchell Photography ◾Huntington Witherill – Photographer ◾John Sexton Photographer ◾Luminous Landscape ◾Michael Frye’s Landscape Photography Blog ◾Phillip Colla – Natural History Photography ◾Rock Slide Photography – Joe Decker ◾Scenic Light Photography Blog – Bob Evans ◾Tom Mallonee Photographs