Picture: Sunburst behind rocky spire near Vogelsang Pass, Cathedral Range, Yosemite National Park, California
A couple weeks ago I mentioned that one of my images from The Subway in Zion National Park was being used on the Nikon web site in their Learn & Explore section.
I’m pleased to let you know that five more of my images are now also on the Nikon USA Web site (also in the Learn & Explore section) illustrating an article about adding a starburst effect into your images.
Featured in the article is a tip I learned from my old boss, Galen Rowell, about how to chase or repeat a sunrise or sunset so you can get more than one sunrise or sunset in the same day. In this case, the same idea was applied to photographing the sun setting behind this rocky pinnacle along the Sierra crest in Yosemite National Park.
Needless to say, I’m delighted, thankful, and honored that my work has been selected to grace the virtual pages of the Nikon USA web site.
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Gary Crabbe is an award-winning commercial and editorial outdoor travel photographer and author based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, California. He has seven published books on California to his credit, including “Photographing California; v1-North”, which won the prestigious 2013 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Gold Medal award as Best Regional title. His client and publication credits include the National Geographic Society, the New York Times, Forbes Magazine, TIME, The North Face, Subaru, L.L. Bean, Victoria’s Secret, Sunset Magazine, The Nature Conservancy, and many more. Gary is also a photography instructor and consultant, offering both public and private photo workshops. He also works occasionally a professional freelance Photo Editor.
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