Third visit… Hard to find the words to adequately describe the experience. Hope that the pictures will suffice.
This image will hang on the wall of a law firm in downtown Seattle. Several weeks ago, I was asked to capture a “dramatic skyline” of Seattle. There were a few locations that would work, but with the right equipment, the viewpoint from Alki has the most to offer. It was a no-brainer, in my opinion. I’ve taken a ton of pictures from this viewpoint over the past 10 years, and I know the potential. At any rate, I patiently waited on the weather to turn, and once the forecast said cloudy with a little rain, I decided to give it a go.
My goal was to have the right color (sunset), and to capture the movement of the clouds. I shared the final image with my client, and SUCCESS! The final image will be matted, framed, and shipped to the client… and will hang in their very nice conference room.
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Photography workshops for 2015 have been announced!!! These early bird specials won’t last very long. These specific classes will only accommodate up to 10 people, and will span over two days in the Palouse, the Olympic Peninsula, or the Columbia Gorge.
Students will be provided access to excellent photo locations and will be given instructions on how to compose and construct beautiful landscape images. Costs do not include food, transportation, or lodging.
For more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I just returned home from a quick 3-day excursion to Skamania Coves in Stevenson, WA. I decided to take the camper down south to visit the Columbia Gorge and surrounding areas. I’m glad I did…
If you didn’t know, my oldest daughter’s name is Autumn. It (Autumn) also happens to be my favorite season – especially for photography. I really didn’t know what to expect for this trip, but it turned out to be perfect timing. I would’ve stayed longer, but I crossed paths with a black bear in my campsite, and decided to cut the trip short.
At any rate, here are a couple of the images that I captured. I hope you enjoy them.
More of my work can be found at http://www.ajwrightphoto.com in the fine art gallery.
So, I found a little motivation today and decided to get out and take some pictures. However, the weather had different plans – just my luck. There was rain… Lots and lots of rain.
One of the cool things about Washington is that, if you try hard enough, you can almost always find dry(er) weather. Just east of Snoqualmie Pass is almost always a safe bet. I gave it a shot today.
The image below was taken during somewhat of a windstorm. Hiking up and down the steep hill was challenging, and managing to keep my tripod from vibrating was even more challenging. Nevertheless, it was dry. And when it’s dry, things happen.
I hope you enjoy this image. It was taken at the Wild Horses Monument in Vantage, Washington.
© A.J. Wright Photography l www.ajwrightphoto.com
So, I took the plunge and bought a new 32 foot RV trailer. My calendar is beginning to look amazing. I can’t wait to get started doing more of what I love – being in a natural environment and photographing its undisturbed beauty. No more hotels! Stay tuned for updates to my website at http://www.ajwrightphoto.com. Enjoy!