Our Vancouver Sunset We were set up to photograph the skyline of Vancouver. This was the one shot we wanted during our quick stopover on our way to Alaska. We had our sturdy tripods, high-end cameras, and high-end lenses. My goal was to shoot a multi-image panoramic that we can hang over our bed. With our…
Sweet Light Photos
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I recently used Sweet Light Photos for a photo tour to the Grand Canyon and Page, AZ. Every aspect of the trip was handled from A to Z. From a perfect sunrise to a scrumptious evening meal, every part of the day was planned to perfection. With their years of experience shooting in the southwest, you are in good hands with Sweet Light Photos. One of the things that I liked the most was all the hidden or secret places they knew about, away from all the crowds, which allowed me to get some great shots I would not have found on my own. I give Sweet Light Photos my highest recommendation for anyone looking to find the best spots to photograph in Arizona and Southern Utah.
-- Paul Lynch
Locked in the car at Palouse Falls Palouse Falls is a spectacular waterfall in Southeast Washington, just beyond the Palouse region. One could say, it is in the middle of nowhere. We were fortunate to have stopped and captured this beautiful falls three years ago when we last visited the area. Well, at least I…
We Borrowed Our Daughter’s Car The Palouse region of Washington is known for its rolling hills of green and interesting barns. It’s also where our daughter, Rachel, lives. This is a chronicle of our morning visit with her. Our goal this morning is to photograph barns. Our daughter had to work for a few hours, leaving…