Category Archives: Night Photography


The Ever-Changing, Ever-Constant Outer Banks

We had a good turnout for last weekend’s “Cape Hatteras — Lighthouses and Piers” Meetup.  We not only saw and photographed lighthouses and piers from Corolla to Okracoke, but also wild horses; shipwrecks; dramatic, rapidly-changing […]

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The Magic of the Northern Lights

  Capturing the aurora… the illusive, search for lights in the night sky. Most frequently seen above the magnetic poles of the Earth, these circles of high-density auroras lie between the latitudes of 60° and […]

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No Words and Not Enough Cameras!

Just returned from a successful Alaska Aurora Adventure workshop. It is almost impossible to describe this type of trip… epic, amazing, relaxing and exhausting at the same time… these terms only touch on it. However, […]

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West Virginia in the Fall

We are so fortunate to live so close to such amazing beauty as West Virginia. Wild and Wonderful is there slogan and it is spot on! Every year, Road Runner has been leading fall tours […]

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The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in […]

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This past weekend, RRPT led 3 tours photography tours at Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (TALA). The first tour was a night tour, where the focus was on light painting. The images featured here are from that […]

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Star Trails and More – Meetup

Star trails and more… RRPT is holding a Meetup at Spruce Knob Lake! June 12 – 14 It is a camping adventure. For more information, click here. Last year the weather did not cooperate for […]

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Moonrise Over DC

In a very perfect photographer’s world, the photographer would be the only one to capture an image, to witness a scene, or experience a setting, thereby allowing that photographer to share that one of a […]

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Working a Subject

  I have heard a lot online recently about revisiting old locations. It’s great advice and something I encourage everyone to follow. The shot above is of the Air Force Memorial in Arlington, VA, located […]

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After Dark

As photographers, we are always chasing the light; looking for that perfect sunrise or sunset with just the right amount of cloud cover to provide the quintessential filtered light. But sometimes it is the light you […]

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