I’m still working through my recent workshop and shoot in Moab, processing the files, and discovering some new gems. Often at sunset you only have a few minutes of the perfect light, and this was no exception. If I’d have taken a couple of steps father forward, I’d have missed the branches encroaching on the bottom left edge, but might have missed the shot. I bracketed the scene, then processed this as an HDR to capture the broad range of like that I saw.
And now for something completely different. As I mention on my bio, I try to spend as much of my time not doing cyber security work as I can. I’m an amateur photographer, and travel the world capturing images that tell stories about the amazing places I’ve been able to visit.
Last month I went to the Moab Photo Symposium with my dad, something we’ve been talking about doing for years. We had a great time before the sessions started – Bruce Hucko, Guy Tal and Colleen Miniuk-Sperry held the ‘Terrific Trio’ Workshop. Absolutely stunning scenery, great instruction, and a truly fun group of attendees. This image is from one of our night expeditions to the Needles district. We were all waiting for the light to hit, and I snapped this pano on a whim.