Since we are all staying at home, we all have the opportunity to do one thing we do not always get to. Go through our Lightroom catalogs and process old National Park Images.
My December 2019 Photo of the Month is JT145, a black and white looking East as the Christmas storm that brought snow to Joshua Tree was coming in.
My August 2016 Photo of the Month is GSD1. I made this image during the height of the monsoon season in Great Sand Dunes National Park.
My March 2016 Photo of the Month is Badwater Rainbow, an image made in Death Valley National Park during a storm.
Overlooked 2015 Photographs I have a lot of overlooked 2015 photographs. Much of this comes from taking the images but not getting around to processing them at home! I get busy just like everybody, so I thought I would make this post and show a few that I have overlooked. The Hungry Hippo This is … Read more
Spending Christmas in Joshua Tree National Park is a personal tradition for me. On that note, I will be out in the park on the 24th and 25th, so I am showing this image from last year’s Christmas morning in Joshua Tree.
The Photographer’s Guide To Joshua Tree National Park will be coming out next month! It is a delight to be able to create a Joshua Tree Photo Guide for the public to use. On behalf of my co-author, Jeremy Long, I am very excited for the first edition release. The Guide will be available in multiple formats, Ibooks, Kindle, Nook, and a PDF edition. All should be readable on the device of your choice.
Sunset At Upper Cathedral by T.M. SchultzeThis past weekend, I journeyed to Yosemite National Park with long-time friend, colleague, and fellow photographer, Jeremy Long. We were looking to make an image showing Upper Cathedral Lake at sunset, with reflection from beautiful Cathedral Peak.
My July 2007 Photo Of The Month is Half Dome and Merced Watershed, Monochrome, an image made at Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park.