Dan Shaw

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Coming of Fall, #Colorado  

<i>BEST VIEWED LARGE</i><p>Fall is coming...Are you ready to get some great colors? We love to visit the Colorado during fall seasons. The Aspens glow gold when they are at their peak...and if you just happen to have a storm overhead they seem to glow.<p><b>How was this image created?</b><br>We followed this storm and found a location just as the storm was approaching. The foreground was lit by the thin layer of clouds behind us (that let soft light through) while the background was dark and threatening. This allowed …

Capture the Wind

<b>Capture the Wind</b><p><i>Do you put your camera away when it gets windy? Or do you pull it out and let the wind paint a picture for you?</i><p>Here's a shot I took in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada two weeks ago. Those of you who've been around for a while know that the Rocky Mountains always feel like home to me. I absolutely love the mountains... and the lakes and rivers and pine forests.<p>I took this shot with the help of a tripod and a long exposure. The beautiful glow on the mountain was awesome, …

Icelandic Mud Horse, #Iceland  

<i>BEST VIEWED LARGE</i><p>Here is a rare glimpse of one of the rarest creatures on the earth - Icelandic Mud Horse. He hangs around the Namaskard Volcanic region of the Northern Iceland. To catch him in action you need a very high speed shutter speed 1/1250s. This region in Iceland is know for its amazing geology.<p><b>How was this image created?</b><br>This is a single exposure photo taken with a Tilt-Shift Lens. I used the shift function of the lens to alter the place of focus to that I would be able to shoot at …

Breaking All the Rules, #Iceland  

<b>Breaking All the Rules,</b> <b>#Iceland</b> <b></b><p><i>BEST VIEWED LARGE</i><p>We were used to breaking the rules in Iceland on our last visit. We slept during the day and stayed up during the night. We had breakfast as dinner and dinner as lunch. On our last night the magenta light in the sky persisted ALL night...and even wind died down so that we could take 6-10s shots of the perfectly still lupines.<p><b>How was this image created?</b> <br>Rules are meant to be broken and in order to capture the fantastic lupine in the foreground and …