Your source for Alaska Stock Photography and Fine Art Prints for home or office Newsletter | Jan, 2013
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LOVING THE 27IN IMAC
Less than a week old, I made the complete file/computuer transition from my PC to the iMac and am really liking the speed of the computer. Especially in Lightroom!
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It has been a month of travel-free days since my trip to Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. During that time, I've been working diligently on my first eBook, which is the purpose of this newsletter. Here it is....
How to Photograph the Nothern Lights
text and photography by Patrick J. Endres
with aurora science notes by Neal Brown
200 pages | 100+ photos | 100+ illustrations
Available now on iTunes for the iPad: $19.99
I realize that not everyone has an Ipad, so I'm working on getting it available in other platforms. If you would like a PDF version (viewable on any computer), please send me an emailand I can work something out with you.
IS THIS BOOK FOR ME?
If photographing the northern lights (aurora borealis) is on your bucket list, then this book is a must for you. Wonderfully illustrated, this 200-page eBook is a comprehensive and thorough guide that will equip you with the information necessary to capture your own photos of the northern lights.
Over the years I’ve seen countless errors made when photographing the aurora. This book equips both the beginning and professional photographer with all the necessary insider information to skip those costly mistakes—and offers the inspiration for the armchair photographer to get out there and explore the night skies on their own.”
Two long-time Alaskans and specialists in their fields have teamed up to create this resource. Professional photographer Patrick J. Endres, one of Alaska’s most prominently published nature photographers, has mined the secrets of his two-decade career of aurora photography and outlined them in great detail, providing you with critical information to ensure your aurora photo quest is successful. Scientist and aurora specialist Neal Brown supplies the answers in layman’s language to often-asked questions about the aurora in his science notes sprinkled throughout the book.
The chapters contain a blend of technical and creative information that both the beginner and professional photographer will find invaluable. Topics discussed include where to go, when to go, what time is best, working in the cold, what camera and lens to use, aurora forecasts, composition, how to expose, moon and moonlight, and much more. The text is augmented with more than 100 of Patrick’s luminous aurora photos, thoughtful quotes, and many illustrations, graphs, and figures to instruct you in the do’s and don’ts of nighttime aurora borealis photography.
March 2013 Northern Lights Tour
There is just one month left until the March aurora tour I'm doing with Hugh Rose. For the 8 of you that are joining us, we are really excited about journeying together with you in Alaska's arctic, and chasing that magical aurora light. Dates for 2014 will be posted at the end of March 2013 Northern Lights Photo Tour.
Thanks for your interest
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