Why You Should Always Carry Your Camera


Why should you always carry your camera? Take a look at the image above….. End of lesson!

I was greeted with this sunrise on my way home from work yesterday morning. As I was heading up into the mountains where I live, I could see it was going to be a great sunrise. Not having a vantage point to shoot from, I decided to just enjoy the show on the road. As I crested the pass and headed down toward the valley where I live, this scene unfolded in front of me. I immediately locked up the brakes and came to a screeching halt on the side of the road. Everything inside my truck that wasn’t tied down found it’s own unique place in a pile on the floorboard. This included my camera. After digging my camera out of the aforementioned pile, I rapidly changed lenses, set up my tripod, composed and took the shot. Immediately after, the sun cleared the top of the clouds, and the scene was gone. All of this took place in less than two minutes. Years of experience, and plain old dumb luck both played a huge role in getting this shot. I guess the photography gods were with me yesterday.


About Jason Keefe

Jason Keefe is a landscape and nature photographer residing in the mountains of northwest Arizona. His passion for photography is driven by an undying love for the great outdoors. Jason has twenty plus years experience in landscape photography, and has taught digital photography and Photoshop for his local community college. Starting in early 2014, Jason will be offering Photography Workshops focusing on teaching people how to maximize the potential of their digital cameras in the great outdoors.

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