Pennsylvania Elk Photography Experience

This week my friend and professional photographer, Dick McCreight, are hosting our Pennsylvania Elk Photography Experience.

The rut is on and the elk are active. This is a great time of year to photograph the elk, and in fact, is my favorite time of year. I love the sights, sounds, and feelings that accompany the fall season in the mountains. It is truly a beautiful time of year to be sure!

I am busy out shooting much of the day and leading photo workshops this week, so I won’t have time to post any photos. However, I am hoping to have plenty of photographs to share in upcoming blog entries.

You can find out more about our Pennsylvania Elk Photography Experience trips here. They are lots of fun and we always learn a lot about photography from each other on these photo trips. We’d love to have you join us on one of these trips sometime!

Sharing Photos

How do you share your photographs?

Years ago we used albums, carousels, shoeboxes, and picture cubes (do you remember those?) to share our photos. Now that the digital era has arrived we are faced with finding good ways to share our photos. Instead of photos being stashed away in shoeboxes, now they are stashed away in hard drives.

I like to share my photos on web galleries. This way people can view them at their convenience. Baseball players and parents can see the sports photographs after a weekend tournament. Wildlife enthusiasts can similarly view photos when they get a chance. Galleries are convenient, easy to set up, and one great way to share photos.

There are plenty of other ways, too. PowerPoint presentations, iPods, PDAs, Flicker, and picture frames are just a few.

How do you share your photos?