You may have heard about the incredible amount of Sandhill Cranes and Snow Geese at Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico. If you did, you are either a birder or a photographer. There can be tens of thousands of these birds that take residence each year from November thru February while on…
Sweet Light Photos
Beginner or intermediate? Join us to improve your photography skills. We offer weekend and week long photography workshops. Enjoy yourself and take away new skills and great photographs. All travel workshops accommodate those with gluten free or vegetarian diets.
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What people say about our workshops
I recently used Sweet Light Photos for a photo tour to the Grand Canyon and Page, AZ. Every aspect of the trip was handled from A to Z. From a perfect sunrise to a scrumptious evening meal, every part of the day was planned to perfection. With their years of experience shooting in the southwest, you are in good hands with Sweet Light Photos. One of the things that I liked the most was all the hidden or secret places they knew about, away from all the crowds, which allowed me to get some great shots I would not have found on my own. I give Sweet Light Photos my highest recommendation for anyone looking to find the best spots to photograph in Arizona and Southern Utah.
-- Paul Lynch
When downloading my photos from a photo shoot, the first thing I check for is sharpness. I zoom in to inspect the details. If a photo is not sharp, it does not get a second chance. It is quickly discarded. There is no amount of sharpening that can save a blurry photo. For landscape photography,…
We are in New York City for five days, hoping to stretch our photography skills by shooting things we don’t normally shoot. Instead of the gorgeous landscapes of the Southwest or the recently visited Iceland (if you haven’t read our posts or seen our photos of Iceland, you are missing out), we wanted to try…