Categories: California, National Parks, Photos, Travel, Yosemite
Picture: Clouds on Half Dome at sunset from Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
I’ve recently processed a bunch of images from Yosemite Valley in spring. They are all images I shot over the course of several days while working on my last book project.
Click here to see a select mini-portfolio of Yosemite Valley in Spring that can be seen over on Behance.
These images, and many more from this particular shoot, have now been added to my searchable online Image Archive Library, and are available for purchase as either fine art prints or murals for decorating home or office walls, or they can be licensed for use in publications. You’ll also find a link to the complete set of images processed from this shoot on the Behance mini-portfolio page.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Behance or know what it is, let me just say that it’s something I’ve tried a few times, and I like it for its ability to create these kind of singular mini-portfolios. So what is Behance? If subscribe to Adobe’s Creative Cloud, the new monthly subscription service for using the Adobe Suite of products like Photoshop and Lightroom, you get Behance included with your Creative Cloud subscription. In essence, it’s a place on the web where you and other creatives can show off your creative projects or works in progress. Part of me has an internal debate about whether it’s better to show a full mini-portfolio project like this using Behance, or simply try to do the same thing with posting the same exact thing here on my blog. Technically I could do both, but for the meantime I figure I’ll give the edge to Behance and see if there’s any real benefit to using the service that’s included with my Creative Cloud subscription.
By the way, if you’re already posting or sharing work over on Behance, I’d love to hear your thoughts, comments, or feedback as well, and please feel free to include a link to your Behance profile inthe comments section below. You can find mine at: https://www.behance.net/enlightphoto
Finally, as a Special Offer to readers of my blog, and in celebration of these new images being added to my archive, you can use the promotional code “A121030YOS” to save 30% on the purchase of any image from this set of Yosemite in Spring, as well as any image from the complete collection (also linked on the Behance page), or on any other image with an order placed through my Image Archive. This offer is valid only through April 30, 2015. The promotional coupon code is valid for one order per person, with no minimum purchase. However, there are only ten (10) redeemable coupons available through this special offer, so act now and save 30% on any order.
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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.