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Lonely Fisherman

Lone Fisherman

This was made a while back.  I was with my friends Chris, Michael, and a few others on what we call a mancation.  It was in Newfoundland, Canada and we went out for a whale watching tour.  While we found a whale and did get some good images it was this image that I liked the best.  We went by a lone fisherman and it just lined up perfectly for the shot you see here.

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Kevin also runs workshops for photographers all over the world at Rockhopper Workshops

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Happy New Year

Under the rainbow in Iceland
Under the rainbow in Iceland
Happy New Year. It is time to forget 2020 and move forward with optimism, hope and especially love. Like many of you 2020 is a year I hope I never have to repeat it’s a year like we never could have imagined. All I know now is that I want to move forward, travel again and look through the viewfinder and take more pictures than I ever have before.
I wish all of you a great year moving forward and that we can all find a way to come together again, put differences aside, and realize that we are best when were united I am looking and seeing the love that is around us.
Stay safe and Happy New Year.
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The Dolomites

About ten years ago I found the Dolomites.  I looked at a lot of photos online and these beautiful images of grand mountain vistas were continuing to show up.  So with a bit of investigation I learned about the Dolomites.  I found a photographer that was familiar with the region and had him join us as a leader for the area. The workshop was a success.  I have now made several trips there and plan to do more as well as possibly another workshop in the next year.  These images are just a few that one can expect from this region, otherwise known as the Italian side of the alps.

Please Visit . . .

If you are interested in seeing more work by Kevin Raber and purchasing his work for your own, please visit RaberEYES.com

Kevin also runs workshops for photographers all over the world at Rockhopper Workshops

Kevin also has. a major website for all photography enthusiasts with articles, forums, tutorials, community and more at photoPXL.com

Kevin also shares his work daily on Facebook and Instagram

You may also visit his photography blog at kevinraber.com

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Fishing In Mexico

About 4 years ago my friend Micahel Reichmann and I decided to travel and do a deep Mexico photo adventure.  I mean really deep and we went places that many Americans probably have not gone.  It was scary every now and then.  Most people were very friendly and it gave us a chance to see how special Mexico is in its beautiful landscape possibilities.  These two images were made near an area with a flooded lake and the fishermen were out in drives.  There was a real peace and serenity at this location.  We were fortunate enough to be high up on a hill shooting down so it gave. unique perspective.

 

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Luminous-Landscape Iceland Workshop Days 4 & 5

Day 4 & 5 of the Luminous-Landscape Winter Iceland workshop.  Weather changed a bit as to be expected.  Extremely high winds came in and that made photography challenging.  We haven’t had real good light for sunrises or sunsets the past few morning but we are out there anyway.  With the kind of lighting we were challenged with went withB&W for a number of today’s photos. We are here until next Thursday and have waterfalls on today’s agenda.  More coming. A number of clients on this trip have been with me before on workshops.  Always good to see and photograph with friends.

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Bringing Home Breakfast

I have been in Naples, FL the last few days.  It’s been a fun time and a chance to relax a bit (sort of).  Today the family went for a boat ride.  We came across an Osprey nest on a channel marker.  We got as close as we could and as we did so dad came home with a fish for his baby as mom looked on.  Kind of cool to see.  This was shot with a Sony a6500 which I was testing with a 70-200mm G-master zoom.