A Great Way to Learn About Yosemite and Improve Your Photography

In People, Photography

Michael Frye photographing at Tenaya Lake
Michael Frye photographing at Tenaya Lake.

If you’ve never thought about taking a class on photography you should, especially in Yosemite. You not only come away with new knowledge that can improve your photography, but you get to spend time with one of the photographers who live and work in Yosemite walking around the park, seeing the sights, hearing stories of the park and having a great time.

If you don’t have the time thought I recommend reading our good friend Michael Frye’s blog. It’s a great place to draw inspiration for your next trip to Yosemite, learn about the park and pick up some useful information that can make your next trip to the park awesome.

Check out his latest series on using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4. It’s a great tool to help make your photos look like a work of art. In part 1 Michael delves into what’s new in Lightroom 4 and in part 2 he shows you how to set up your workflow to adjust images.

Great stuff.

Photo by Teddy Llovett.

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