All posts by Dale Johnson

I received my first Nikon camera as a graduation present from high school, over 30 years ago. I began taking pictures seriously in the late 1980’s after taking classes at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, and soon after moved up to medium format and then 4×5. In the 90’s I had a well-equipped darkroom at my house and photographed mostly landscapes, as well as the nude in a landscape setting. Selling my work to family and friends and eventually having my work displayed in the Ansel Adams Gallery in Pebble Beach, CA. Photography took a back seat for a few years while digital was maturing, and I finally made the switch to digital in 2006 and have been learning ever since. I work full time for a company that has me traveling the world, and so my focus lately has been documenting the cities and countries on my travels. I usually try to extend trips a day or two to explore with my camera.

Traveling? How to Find and Shoot Extraordinary Locations

I am fortunate to have a day job that has me travel the world, which allows me to get to some amazing parts of the world. Whenever possible, I try to extend my work trips a few extra days, or...

/ July 31, 2015