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Sean Bagshaw
Works at Outdoor Exposure Photography, LLC as a freelance landscape, nature and travel photographer. Based in Ashland, Oregon, my photos can be found published in magazines, calendars, web design, advertising, branding, art collections and competitions. Member of Photo Cascadia (www.PhotoCascadia.com).
Attended Southern Oregon University
Lives in Ashland, OR
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Professional Photographer: Landscape. Nature. Travel. Discovery. Vision. Art.
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Finding great stuff to point my camera at.
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  • Outdoor Exposure Photography, LLC as a freelance landscape, nature and travel photographer. Based in Ashland, Oregon, my photos can be found published in magazines, calendars, web design, advertising, branding, art collections and competitions. Member of Photo Cascadia (www.PhotoCascadia.com).
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Professional Photographer: Landscape. Nature. Travel. Discovery. Vision. Art.
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My job and passion is to explore the world and attempt to translate what I see and feel into visual stories through my camera.  I have been photographing since the early 1990s and making my living from my images since 2004. My main website is www.OutdoorExposurePhoto.com. I'm a proud member of the Photo Cascadia group (www.PhotoCascadia.com).
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Twice since 2008 my images have been winners in the Nature's Best Windland Smith Rice International Awards and have also been honored in the International Conservation Photography Awards and other competitions. Commercial clients and publications include Sierra Club, Via, Travel Oregon, HTC, Montana Tourism, ODS, Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photographer, and Mercedes. I am a founding member and one sixth of the Pacific Northwest based photography team known as Photo Cascadia.
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  • Southern Oregon University
    Biology/Chemistry
  • Willamette University
    Masters of Arts In Teaching
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For The Love Of Ghost Towns, new article and images by David Cobb on the Photo Cascadia blog.
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Video Tutorial: Photoshop has a new feature called Select and Mask. This new task space makes it easier to create selections and refine them so your masks can be even more precise. It works well for tricky selections, such as trees against the sky. Check out my latest video tutorial blog to learn more about how it works.
In the most recent update to CC Adobe gave the Refine Selection/Refine Mask features a big overhaul and combined them into a single new task space called Select and Mask. This new task space makes it even easier to create selections and refine them so your masks can be even more precise and will target adjustments just how you intend. It seems that the edge detection ability in this new feature has also been improved over the old Refine tool, mak...
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New from Tony Kuyper! The TK Infinity Mask panel, a new and efficient way to make very specialized luminosity based masks. Find out more at the link below.
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+Alfredo Mora it still all depends on the tones in the image. If the building is dark and the sky is light, or vice versa, then yes, this can help you separate the building from the sky. However, since Infinity Masks are still luminosity based, if the building and what is behind it have very similar tones then it will be hard to separate with any luminosity based form of selecting and another tool will be needed.
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Excellent tips and insights for photographing Acadia National Park in spring by Adrian Klein on the Photo Cascadia blog.
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Interview on the ins, outs and what have yous of my work as a photographer by a very cool site called Ways We Work. Ways We Work is a collection of honest and candid conversations with people who are discovering the rewards and challenges of doing the work they love. In my interview we talk about how I transitioned from being a teacher to full-time photography, how long that transition took and how I learned what type of work I cared about most along the way. Read. Enjoy. Have a wonderful day!
I was introduced to Sean's work after doing some research on photography post processing techniques. His photographs had a depth and feeling to them that many other photographers just didn't have. I really connected with Sean's work after working through his video tutorials on image processing ...
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+Leon Chevalier Thanks! Regarding developing time it all depends on the demands of the image and my intentions for it. Some are just a few minutes, others take hours or days. Some I'm still tweaking hear and there years later :-)
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Easter Island: Photographing The Last Place On Earth is the title of my latest article on the Photo Cascadia blog. I hope you enjoy viewing my photographs and learning a little about this small and remote island known for its unique moai stone statues.
Easter Island might be considered the last place on Earth in a variety of ways. It is certainly one of the last places on Earth I ever imagined having the opportunity to visit and photograph.
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Nature at its best!😊
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Kevin McNeal's favorite wildflower photography locations in Mt. Rainier National Park! Get the full report on the Photo Cascadia blog at the link below.
Every year since I began photography, my summer days are spent hiking on Mt Rainier looking for wildflowers. After scouting several places on the mountain this year, I have compiled a list of some of my favorite places to find wildflowers on Mt Rainier.
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Current Trends in Photo Print Mediums. Zack Schnepf has a lot of experience with fine art printing for gallery shows and art festivals and he shares his latest insights to the most current print options and methods.
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The Power of Luminosity Masks! Check out this new podcast interview I did on Improve Photography's landscape and travel show called Tripod. If you haven't checked out Improve Photography, look them up. It is a great resource for photographers of all levels and types.

http://improvephotography.com/40721/power-luminosity-masks-sean-bagshaw-tp-ep-28/
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Go beyond the ubiquitous fiery sunset/sunrise photo. Erin Babnik describes 4 types of light you can use to put variety in your landscape photographs.
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+David Cobb reviews Sally Mann's memoir "Hold Still," which looks into the soul of an artist and their creativity, in the newest Photo Cascadia blog.
Ultimately for me this memoir is about creativity, and it’s a look into the soul of an artist.
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This is so cool! GoPro users will now be able to remotely turn their GoPro on and off, and know if it is on or off, even in the middle of doing something high speed that isn't hands free...like skiing, biking, snowboarding, climbing, etc. Learn more at the kickstarter link below.
When I was a middle school teacher there was a kid named Zac who was super into outdoor adventure sports. He joined the climbing club I advised and when he was in high school we even teamed up on some climbs together. Zac and I have stayed in touch over the years. He's now an engineer and inventor. He founded POA Labs and is the creator of the GoHawk. I'm so proud of him! Please check it out, share and support if you like what you see.
The first GoPro accessory that adds a universal external shutter button input AND has a wired remote LED indicator for helmet use.
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