Tag Archives: long exposure


Nature Visions Expos

Please come out and join Don and Denise at Nature Visions Photo Expo!  The Expo is held at Nov. 3-5 at George Mason University’s Hylton Center, 10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas, VA 20110.  Don will be presenting on […]

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Flat Light… what to do?

We just returned from a photo tour of Cape May, NJ. Cape May is a beautiful town, with historic homes, coastal beauty, and lots of natural habitat to enjoy. For the first time ever though, […]

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Playing Catch Up

  The last several weeks have been a whirlwind and I have just now found time to update the blog. Our last post was about our annual star party at Spruce Knob. We followed that […]

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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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Creating a Sense of Motion with Long Exposures

Long exposure images can create an almost surreal effect, evoking emotional responses, such as calm, peacefulness, and even angst, depending on the image. Creating these images can be a challenge and generally requires certain gear, […]

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Mt. Storm Time Lapse

The other day, I was asked to describe how I created this image: I decided it would be easier to write a blog and create a video demonstrating the techniques, than to layout out an […]

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Epic Iceland! 2015

There is really no way to describe… with words… the majesty of Iceland. This country is like no other! With incredible light and impressive landscapes, Iceland is a photographer’s paradise. Join us as we explore […]

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Composite Images

The Palouse is so diverse when it comes to imagery. With this composite image I tried to capture some of this diversity. The base image is a wall on an old building. The wear and […]

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Would you be disappointed?

    When you decide to get up early and shoot sunrise are you disappointed when a nice sunrise is elusive?  I must admit that I am, but at the same time I quickly shift […]

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Cape May

RRPT just finished up our Photo Tour of Cape May, New Jersey and what a great group and incredible time we had! At first blush our weather looked unappealing, but as photographers know, bad weather […]

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