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The Art of Seeing Photography Adventures is the latest (and greatest, we think) photography MeetUp Group in Los Angeles! We're all about becoming better image makers by practicing and learning more about our common passion. Join us as we explore the greater LA area and beyond through photowalks, gallery tours, group photoshoots, guest speakers and more! Read More →

The Art of Seeing Photography Adventures is the latest (and greatest, we think) photography MeetUp Group in Los Angeles! We're all about becoming better image makers by practicing and learning more about our common passion. Join us as we explore the greater LA area and beyond through photowalks, gallery tours, group photoshoots, guest speakers and more!

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There’s more to photography than f-stops and photoshop. Don’t get me wrong, when I want to bust a new move in photoshop, YouTube is my friend. And I scour the web constantly searching for a cure for my G.A.S. (gear acquisition syndrome). But there’s something missing. Something big. I'm talking about the creative vision piece, what I call The Art of Seeing. Read More → 

There’s more to photography than f-stops and photoshop. Don’t get me wrong, when I want to bust a new move in photoshop, YouTube is my friend. And I scour the web constantly searching for a cure for my G.A.S. (gear acquisition syndrome). But there’s something missing. Something big. I'm talking about the creative vision piece, what I call The Art of Seeing.

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The other day, on the home stretch of my morning run, I stopped to snap a photo. It was super foggy that morning and everything had that mysterious, ethereal look about it. The heavily diffused sun rising across the waters of Ballona Creek looked interesting so I pulled my phone out of my pocket and... Read More →

The other day, on the home stretch of my morning run, I stopped to snap a photo. It was super foggy that morning and everything had that mysterious, ethereal look about it. The heavily diffused sun rising across the waters of Ballona Creek looked interesting so I pulled my phone out of my pocket and...

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Inspiration from Your Couch My favorite way of refueling the inspiration gas tank whenever I'm feeling creatively blah is going somewhere I've never been before and disconnecting myself from the rest of humanity for a bit. But let’s face it, none us get to do this nearly enough. Thankfully, the internet is full of amazing content creators who make it possible for us to travel through space and time and jumpstart our creative batteries without ever leaving our living room couch. I guess that’s a good thing? Read More →

Inspiration from Your Couch

My favorite way of refueling the inspiration gas tank whenever I'm feeling creatively blah is going somewhere I've never been before and disconnecting myself from the rest of humanity for a bit. But let’s face it, none us get to do this nearly enough. Thankfully, the internet is full of amazing content creators who make it possible for us to travel through space and time and jumpstart our creative batteries without ever leaving our living room couch. I guess that’s a good thing?

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Santa Barbara Backcountry in Spring Some were scared off by the possibility of rain. Some people just aren’t into camping (I struggle to comprehend this). And I’m sure many others thought I was exaggerating just how spectacular the Santa Barbara backcountry looks at this time of year. Fair enough, but those brave souls who made it to our MeetUp group’s Santa Barbara Backcountry & Night Photography event last weekend were rewarded with a lush landscape in its absolute prime. Read More →

Santa Barbara Backcountry in Spring

Some were scared off by the possibility of rain. Some people just aren’t into camping (I struggle to comprehend this). And I’m sure many others thought I was exaggerating just how spectacular the Santa Barbara backcountry looks at this time of year. Fair enough, but those brave souls who made it to our MeetUp group’s Santa Barbara Backcountry & Night Photography event last weekend were rewarded with a lush landscape in its absolute prime.

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High Sierra on Horseback

Get ready for 4 days of intensive photography education, inspiration and practice in the heart of the spectacular Sierra Nevada! Our destination is Pioneer Basin, one of the most scenic settings in what John Muir aptly named The Range of Light. Truly a photographer’s paradise, this remote location is not so easy to access. Fortunately, we will have our equine companions to help us with the heavy lifting as we ride into this magnificent alpine environment. 

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Wild Mustangs of the Adobe Valley

A thriving herd of hundreds of wild horses roams the floor and hills of the Adobe Valley. Situated between the snow-clad slopes of two major mountain ranges and blessed with a thriving equine population, the Adobe Valley is rich with opportunities to make memorable wildlife and landscape images. Ken will serve as your photography instructor for this unique adventure offered by Rock Creek Pack Station as we track and photograph these wild horses on foot and horseback through a stunningly picturesque setting.

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