Entries by Josh

Death Valley Photography Workshop, 2014 recap

Our November 2014 Death Valley workshop was another huge success, with a wonderful variety of locations and conditions. And of course, an awesome group of photographers. None of this would be possible without them so let me first of all thank Jennifer, Elisabeth, Whitney, Stacia, Mike, Carolyn, Srini, and Lisa for making the workshop so […]

Eastern Sierra 2014 Photography Workshop Recap

Our 2014 Eastern Sierra photo workshop was remarkable in many ways. One, it was comprised almost completely of photographers returning from our other workshops. Two, we had amazing conditions: gorgeous sunsets and sunrises, beautiful sunny days for shooting the fall foliage, and crystal clear nights for taking pictures of the Milky Way. And three, we got […]

Eastern Sierra Photography Workshop Participant Photos

Check out the wonderful photos created by this year’s Eastern Sierra group. And read the full write up of the 2014 workshop here. Ratnesh Sharma   Suzanne Rushton https://www.flickr.com/photos/vancouver-photowalks/sets/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/srushton/sets/   Denyse Hurley https://www.facebook.com/pages/From-A-Far-Photography/1412581512349987   Elisabeth Summer https://www.facebook.com/ElisabethThalingerPhotography http://www.thalinger.photography   Doug Poe   John Benet www.johnbenetphoto.com   Cate Fraenkel https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/ http://instagram.com/cateofthebay   Curt Bianchi https://www.flickr.com/photos/curtbianchi/

Yosemite Photography Workshop, Spring 2014 Recap

Three weeks since the workshop ended, yikes! I’m getting a little tardy with my write-ups! Even though to me the workshop seems like ages ago due to a few hectic weeks of travel I still can recall the experiences vividly. The sights, sounds, and smells of Yosemite linger long in the mind. Our eager group […]

Awakening: New Zealand Timelapse

Ok, so we all know how beautiful New Zealand is. But that doesn’t stop me from getting goosebumps every time I’m reminded of it. Or from feeling an almost overwhelming urge to drop everything and jump on a plane. The latest bit of goodness to inspire this wanderlust in me is “Awakening,” a 4k timelapse […]

Graduated Neutral Density Filter Buying Guide

A graduated neutral density filter (GND) allows you to darken the sky relative to the foreground in order to bring the dynamic range of the scene to within a range the camera can capture. We here at Sea to Summit live by our GNDs, and for us they’re just about our #1 most used tool for […]

Participant Photos: California Coast Workshop

Our California Coast photography workshop was heaps of fun. Check out the amazing photos our participants took over the weekend. Denyse Hurley Elisabeth Thalinger – https://www.facebook.com/ElisabethThalingerPhotography Jim McChesney Anita McChesney Jennifer Chuang Daniel Gold

California Coast Photography Workshop, March 15-16 Recap

Our most recent session of the California Coast Photography Workshop was great fun: full of escapades up and down the central California coast. One of the great things about it was that we were faced with completely clear, sunny skies nearly the entire time. “Sunny skies? Great??” you say. Yes! Sometimes it can be too […]

Death Valley Photo Workshop Recap, February 2014

First off, thanks to Mary, Lisa, Dan, Caryn, Lori, Eric, and Adam for joining us on our winter Death Valley photography workshop. We appreciate you all joining us to photograph and explore some of the most diverse desert landscapes out there. We started off at our favorite go-to spot along the salt flats near Badwater […]

The Catlins, New Zealand

“Are you scared?” she asked me. Scared, me? No way. But the truth was I was a little scared. New Zealand is often considered the adrenaline capital of the world but I wasn’t queueing up to jump off a bridge or leap out of a plane. No, I was getting ready to walk back into […]