Tag: Karen Ulvestad Photography
Capturing Nature’s Mood
Each season brings different moods to our natural landscape. Winter shows us a moody vision with clouds, rain or snow, and lower light. The colors shift from bright summer colors to subdued winter shades. . .
Looking Forward into 2021
When we look at our world, it influences our vision and photographic images. There are times when it’s easier to escape into nature, and express ourselves through the environment. After 4 years of unpredictability. . .
2020 holiday Special
As the year 2020 is coming to an end, it is a great time to learn a new skill or improve an old hobby/passion. This would make a great Holiday gift for the camera enthusiast, or a child/adult wanting to learn photography. I look forward to working with you in the New Year.
Photography In Motion
My latest class is Photography In Motion. Here is a sample of the type of photographs we will learn to take.
Familiar Subjects – New Perspective
The migratory trumpeter and tundra swans are a familiar subject to me and my camera. Often, they stay at a distance to areas that they can be photographed from. The limitations become equipment and the cost of these longer lenses. Today, I tested out my new lens. It’s a Tamron 150-600mm 5-6.3 lens, and it…
Skagit Eagle Festival
The Skagit Eagle Festival takes place during the month of January. The event had many speakers, Native American events, float trips, and more. I will be speaking at the Concrete Theatre on January 19th from 12 pm to 1 pm, on photographing eagles and other wildlife. This Festival comes at the peak of Bald Eagle…