Kevin Raber

Photography, Techniques and Whereabouts of Kevin Raber


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New Site Coming

kwr-new-hpYou may have noticed that I haven’t added anything to this site for a while.  It certainly isn’t because of lack of content.  I have been traveling extensively on Luminous-Landscape business as well Rockhopper.  I have been from Iceland to S. America to the Palouse back to Iceland and leaving for Alaska in a week.  While doing all of this I have also been writing articles, producing videos, working on a new photo project and redesigning the Kevin Raber website.

Very soon this site will take on a  whole new look and feel.  Working with my website designers I use for Luminous-Landscape we have come up with a new look and lots more functionality.  We’ll have more galleries and on line print ordering available.  The design is clean and it is easy to navigate and will always look fresh.

So, be patient a while longer and before the end of the summer we should have the new site launched.


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Ice Cave Cieling

FB_DSC0185-613-clrtyOne of our highlights on the Iceland trip was visiting an Ice Cave.  Not only was the experience of getting to the cave fun but the cave was pretty cool too.  We had to use big four-wheeled drive vehicles to get these and then once there get into all sort of gear.  The light inside was all blue as the ice filters away all other light,  So, here is a photo of the ice cave ceiling and one of me looking like I am straight out of the Blue Man Group.

Me. Kevin Raber in the Ice Cave

Me. Kevin Raber in the Ice Cave


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Back From Iceland

Icebergs on the beach. They just glowed. We hot the beach at the right time with the right light. What you don't see is the gaggle of Chinese tourists that I had to work around to get this shot.

Icebergs on the beach. They just glowed. We got to the beach at the right time with the right light. What you don’t see is the gaggle of Chinese tourists that I had to work around to get this shot.

You may have noticed I have been absent from any recent posts.  This was due to leading a workshop in Iceland for Luminous-Landscape.  We had a great workshop and we saw and did some amazing things.  It was quite the adventure for sure.  We had everything Iceland could throw at us weather wise.  From cold and high winds to beautiful mild winter weather with perfect clouds. So, to get things caught up I will share a number of images I had posted on Facebook during the trip.  My camera for this trip was the Sony A7rII as well as my iPhone.   I had fun using both and you’ll see images made with each.  These images are just a drop in the bucket of some beautiful images I have come home with.  More will be coming.  I am leading another Iceland workshop in June.  And in a few weeks will head off to Patigonia and the Altiplano for two back to back workshops.  So, expect lots of images.

Stockiness, one of my favorites places. I have a number of different and dramatic shots made here over the years.

Stockiness, one of my favorites places. I have a number of different and dramatic shots made here over the years.

Iceberg on the beach

Iceberg on the beach

Sunrise from the Black Church

Sunrise from the Black Church

Abstract of the tires on Daniel Bergmann's super bus

Abstract of the tires on Daniel Bergmann’s super bus

Do sunsets get any better than this?

Do sunsets get any better than this?

Celebrating Northern Lights

Celebrating Northern Lights

Church in a blizzard

Church in a blizzard

Pano at one of the many glaciers we visited

Pano at one of the many glaciers we visited

Church in a snowstorm

Church in a snowstorm

Me, a bit frozen and crusted with Ice after shooting waterfall

Me, a bit frozen and crusted with Ice after shooting waterfall

A little of fun late at night with the Northern Lights

A little of fun late at night with the Northern Lights


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Bar Harbor

FB_DSC3136-2This image was made last fall in Bar Harbor, Acadia NP.  What a great place for photography.  Today I am zipping up my bags and heading to Iceland to run  workshop and 2 weeks of photography.  I’ll post here, on Facebook as well as Luminous-Landscape as I travel and internet connections allow.  Stay tuned.


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A Year Ago On February 5th

Kevin and Debra, February 5, 2015

Kevin and Debra, February 5, 2015

It was one year ago I got married on the beach of Neko Harbor in Antarctica.  I was single for a long – long time.  I was busy raising kids and then galavanting round the globe doing photography.  Then I was lucky enough to meet Debra.  She is an amazing woman with he biggest heart I have ever seen or felt.  Plus she gets me.  She loves photography as much as I do and she like playing on computers.  We get a long like two peas in a pod as they would say.  So, one day after dating for like 5 years I told her if she got a passport I would take her to Antarctica and marry her.  Because she was born in Germany to US parents while they were in the service it was hard to find the birth certificate paperwork.  Well guess what, one day the passport showed up and being a man of my word we headed of to Antarctica on one of my photo workshops there and had the most incredible wedding on a beach with 60 photographers and hundreds of penguins.  I can’t even describe how cool that was and how memorable the event was.  Well this week I am taking Debra to Hawaii for a warm weather one year anniversary.  So, when I have internet and some time I’ll be posting from Hawaii and the islands on=f Maui and Molokai.

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