Last year, I honed a new direction for my photography. I have always loved to get out into nature and photograph epic landscapes, waterfalls, cities, beaches, lightning, wildlife and others. However, in 2016, I rekindled love for night photography.
In June 2012, I pointed my camera up to the night stars for the first time with the intentions of photographing the Milky Way. That night, I fell in love with the idea of staying up all hours of the night to capture the largest thing in our Solar System that most people don’t see. Although the images sucked, most were out of focus, as I had no clue what I was doing. I still had fun.
A month later, I traveled up to Crater Lake in hopes to...Read More