Alaska trip II. Partners, advice ?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Large format photography : One Thread
I will be returning to Alaska this June to explore the coastal national parks (sorry, I have been too busy to write a report about last year's trip, but I promise to make good before the end of this year :-)). I plan to visit, in this order, Glacier Bay, Lake Clark, Kenai Fjords, Katmai. I'll try to do a few wildlife shots, but my main interest is photographing the landscape with a LF camera.
First, since most of the travel and photography would be done in very isolated wilderness areas, for the sake of safety I am looking for fellow photographers who would be interested in joining for parts of the trip.
Second, I'd like to hear about suggestions with respect to those locations. I've done a fair amount of research, but I am still unsure about the most photogenic parts of the parks and the logistics of getting there with a load of large format equipment.
-- Q.-Tuan Luong (email@example.com), April 24, 2001
Try those volcano areas. About 50 miles southwest of the capital. A good day trip. Have fun!
-- Geoffrey Chen (DB45TEk@AOL.COM), April 24, 2001.
Q, contact Rowlett@alaska.net. He can tell you alot about what you want to know. James
-- james (James_mickelson@hotmail.com), April 25, 2001.
Can't go this time around, but if you do something similar in about 4 years, count me in. In the mean time, good luck with this and future trips.
-- David Munson (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 25, 2001.
If you were leaving in the next few weeks, I would be able to join. Being between jobs is the most refreshing experience. Time to hone my LF skills over the next month, until my next job starts.
-- Andy Biggs (email@example.com), April 25, 2001.