Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass,
but learning to dance in the rain!
by Skip Cohen
The pandemic changed so many things in all of our lives, but one of the biggest challenges has been social distancing. But that sets the stage for the perfect guest chef this month, outdoor photographer Lewis Kemper. He shared a lot of terrific information in this podcast, including the background on his long exposure shot of the night sky from Mono Lake, which we featured last week.
Chef Lewis was shooting with Tamron's SP15-30mm F.2.8 lens. Just click on the banner below for more information about this remarkable piece of glass!
Even though things are slow to get back to normal, being outdoors with a camera can be incredibly rewarding, as well as safe. And Lewis never slows down working to help photographers raise the bar on their skills. Long before the rest of us were learning to use Zoom, Lewis was out there teaching.
Check out his website, galleries, and workshop schedule. I especially like his galleries because they're truly meant to be works of art on display and for sale. Each image is matted, framed, and signed, giving the viewer a much more realistic collection to appreciate. Visit Lewis Kemper Photography with a click on any of the images below. Viewing his galleries, you'll understand why I had such a hard time picking my favorites!
Looking for an incredible photography trip in 2022? Travel with Lewis on his 2022 Eagle tours to Washington State and to Alaska and on his Africa tour.
And while the pandemic didn't slow Lewis down from capturing and creating beautiful images, Tamron never slowed down either. They're making some of the finest optics in imaging with the quality needed to help raise the bar on your images. Click on the banner below for their special Mother's Day Savings promotion going on right now!
Remember, "hunkering down" is about your health, not about your business, skill set, or your creativity!
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