Anyways, I recently released a tutorial video that covers some of the techniques I use in my processing (ones that were used in the making of this image). I also lead in-field workshops, teach processing online via Skype screen sharing, and blah blah blah.
Also, I’m happy to announce that I will be co-leading a tour in March with my friend Arild Heitmann! 10 epic days of chasing light across Norway. Mountains, beaches, beaches with mountains, Aurora, long arctic sunrises and sunsets. It’s destined to be the trip of lifetime!
You can check it all out at Ryan Dyar Photography.
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A side note: My kids totally scouted out this composition for me while I sat back at camp.
Another side note: There was actually kind of a sundog going on during this photo, but I shot so wide (and it was so cloudy) that it’s hard to see. If you look carefully on the left-center horizon (22 degrees away from the sun), you can kind of see the left patch of light. I’m hoping that I’ll be able to better draw it out in other photos…. (Edit: Yeah, there’s no way to see that on this tiny photo–sorry about that.)
Last side note: I was enjoying a lovely bowl of Pasta Roni when those crepuscular rays hit the playa, and I nearly dropped it in the mad scramble to get this shot.
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