If we haven't met before, I'm Dan, if we have welcome back to my new and improved travel photography website.
I'm a travel professional photographer, author & nature photography educator with Alaska Bear Photography Workshops. My tours of Alaska include bear viewing and wildlife expeditions from Kodiak Island to Katmai National Park perfect for the adventure photographer.
I've been published many times online and with my own authored work with articles on photography and the photography trade. Check out my book Creative Photography : The Professional Edge available in all good book shops.
The genres I focus on include landscape, travel & adventure photography. I also run courses now and again for night sky and landscapes across the US.
Travel with me across North America and beyond, while I create commercial content for corporations and small business as well as reviewing gear for the blog.
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My book “Creative Photography : The Professional Edge” is out now across the globe in all good book shops and your regions Amazon and Ilex Publishing in the UK.
Learn how to get creative with your photography. Everything from landscape, underwater, aerial photography, light painting and much more. There is something to learn in almost all genres of photography which took me a lifetime to learn.
I have a passion for photography but have no formal training there so many helpful and useful information in this book. Read it from cover to cover in 2 days. Now I’m going back to specific areas I highlighted. If you love photography like I do this book is a must have!!!!
Dan has created a brilliant book that has helped be get creative with my photography. Lots of ideas without the nerdy deep dive that gets in the way of learning some fun and new topics. Great job, hope there is a follow up.
What this book does really well is cover an extremely wide range of topics both common and not usually seen. It provides the experienced photographer the idea/inspiration of what to try and enough tips to send them off in the right direction. Written in a casual manner, the text comes across like you’re having a conversation with the author versus a sterile set of instructions. I find myself quoting items from it frequently. Well done!