In honor of the holiday season, I've decided to make a few of my favorite images available for purchase. Be it a present for a loved one or to adorn your own wall. Take a look at the link HERE to see the images available during this sale.
Please EMAIL US to inquire about sizes and pricing.
Note: If there's a photo you have in mind, but you don't see it in the gallery, email us and we'll see what we can do.
As part of my recent collaborations with REI, I've started a series of blog posts offering advice on how to shoot better outdoor adventure photos. In this, my second photo tutorial, I share tips and techniques on how to shoot at night time to capture the stars and the sky.
One of the reasons I first got into photography was to share my vision of the world. To show people how I interpret what I see. But unfortunately, not all photos get their 15 minutes of fame. Some sit in my library and never get the attention that I wanted for them. And what good is a photo that sits in the archives and collects dust? Photos are best used when they're seen by others.
In that name, I recently started doing wallpaper give-aways. To share those photos that I love with all of you.
To download this months wallpaper, Seattle Skyline, click HERE and select the appropriate size for your screen or mobile device.
And check back next month for another new wallpaper download.
All Photos Copyright Ian Coble. All Rights Reserved.
As part of my recent work with REI, I've begun a new series of posts aimed at providing advice on how to take better photos. This is the first installment in a multi part series and focuses on understanding the basics. Some advanced photogs might find it a bit elementary, but we're building on the foundation blocks here and building up in complexity. Keep following along to see more photos tips.