Every once in awhile something just comes out of left field that gets you motivated to get off your butt and do something! Well that just happened to me. National Geographic sent me an email inquiring about one of my images. As an independant professional photographer this is always an exciting event. To have an image affiliated with National Geographic is a great accomplishment. At least it is to me!
This humbling event has brought me back from taking a substantial break and become active again with my blog. I purposely took this little break to rest up for the upcoming Solar Max aurora season. I think its going to be a fantastic year! Now this doesn’t mean I have been taking a TOTAL break from photographing the sky, but I have been selective about my outings. I have also had to focus on the business side of InFocus Imagery Inc., as a number of new clients have come on board. I also had a great summer with my family! Kids grow up so fast.
Now that my family is back into the routine of life, my clients are all happy and the sun is waking up, I can put a little time back into my blog.
So get on with it…
Here are a few samples of some of the Aurora imagery I collected this summer/fall. I hope you like them!
I am very humbled that National Geographic selected one of my images for the Best Fall Photos of Northern Lights article! LINK
Here is a short HD video of the time lapse sequence that National Geographic’s image selection was taken from.
It will be included in a new feature HD video I will be releasing shortly, called “Autumn Auroras”
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