Tonight I had fun photographing the total lunar eclipse, which, combined with being the closest full moon of the year, produced the so-called Supermoon (and also called a blood moon, since it turns reddish-orange). Think of how frightening it must have been for ancient people who neither had advanced warning of its occurrence nor scientific […]
This moment of beauty brought to you by Oak Creek Canyon in northern Arizona. http://www.MarthaLochertPhotography.com Image copyrighted & registered with US Library of Congress. Any use requires licensing from Martha Lochert.
The soothing water of Oak Creek rushing through the canyon near Sedona, Arizona on a trip I made a few years ago. The Slide Fire, roared through this area recently, but I’m happy to hear this area was spared any damage. Image copyrighted. Any use requires licensing from Martha Lochert. http://www.MarthaLochertPhotography.com
Everyone likes to snap some fireworks photos on Independence Day, but how do you do that? Do you try to time your shutter release right when the fireworks burst? No! Do you hand hold the camera? No! Do you use a really high ISO? No! Here’s what you can do for successful fireworks photographs: Set your […]
Ocotillo cactus at sunset at the head of Douglas Springs Trail in the Rincon Mountains – Tucson, Arizona. Image copyrighted. Any use required licensing from Martha Lochert. http://www.MarthaLochertPhotography.com