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Top Five Photos of 2018

With 2018 in the rear view mirror, I wanted to reflect on the images that I’ve taken over the past year as I prepare for the photos to come in 2019. 2018 was an amazing year for me, filled with so many incredible memories. Over the past year I visited several breathtaking places that I’ve always wanted to visit... 

By. Nick Souvall 1-16-19

Glacier National Park- August 2018

Earlier this summer in August, Katie and I went to a place I've wanted to visit for a long time. Ever since I've seen pictures of Glacier National Park I knew I had to visit this place and photograph it. Glacier is such a unique and beautiful location that I was extremely excited to visit for the first time. Our drive to Glacier goes through...

By. Nick Souvall - 1/5/2019 

Photographing Iconic Locations

Delicate Arch, the Tetons, and Moraine Lake are all popular locations that photographers flock to. In landscape photography it’s hard to avoid photographing these famous spots. Even though most photographers have photos of these places in their portfolio, photographers tend to complain that photographing iconic locations is bad. It’s a popular belief among photographers that photographing iconic locations...

By. Nick Souvall 12-4-18

Moab Adventure- November 2018

For the long three day weekend on Veteran’s Day, Katie and I decided to head to Moab, Utah to photograph some of the beautiful landscapes of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. In what has become a little bit of a tradition for us, this is our third year in a row going to Moab at about this time of year. Moab is such an amazing and unique place with endless photo opportunities. The rock...

By. Nick Souvall - 11/21/18

Creating A Compelling Image When the Light Doesn't Cooperate

If you've ever talked with a photographer you know how much they obsess over good light. And while many of those photographers might tell you how important it is to have good light, I believe it's even more important to know how to find good images even when there is "bad light". Going out to photograph a place you've wanted to visit for a long time only to have no light can be pretty disappointing, especially...

By. Nick Souvall - 11/15/18 

Photographing Fall Colors in Colorado- 2018

Fall has finally arrived. People from all around the United States and the world are gathering to see the changing of the autumn colors in Colorado. Colorado might be one of the best places in the world to see fall colors with an abundance of huge golden aspen groves. I’m lucky enough to live in such a beautiful state so close to such amazing photo locations. I’ve spent the past couple falls to explore my...

By. Nick Souvall -10/30/18

Five Composition Tips

          Composition is extremely important in creating an interesting photo. Having a good composition can really separate a photo from being average to being great. It's really important and also really difficult sometimes to find a great and unique composition. Every place you go to is different and every scene has different elements. Because of this, it's very important to move around and try different...

By. Nick Souvall - 6/11/2018

Grand Teton Road Trip

It was the summer of 2016, the last summer before i graduated from college. Me and my girlfriend, Katie knew that with it being my last summer vacation we had to do something epic. We had always talked about going to Yellowstone and when we say we are going to do something, we do it. So we decided to go on a week long road-trip to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone. We loaded up the car... 

By. Nick Souvall - 5/26/18

My Favorite Season for Photography

Landscape photography is heavily influenced by the seasons. Each season is completely different and can influence where and how a photographer captures their images. Seasons are important and personally I love shooting in any season but for different reasons...

By. Nick Souvall - 2/9/2018

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