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Aaron Burdick
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I am a consultant, nature photographer, and Stanford MS student of climate and energy issues.
I am a consultant, nature photographer, and Stanford MS student of climate and energy issues.

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A shot last year from Joshua Tree National Park!
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I just signed up with "500px", a social networking website for photographers, including ratings on your photographs. I'd recommend all serious photographers to check it out. You can see my portfolio I've uploaded at the following link.
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A few photos from my recent "Great Mega Western Photo Tour". "Iris Sunrise", "Emerging from the Earth", and "The Bathing Lovers" are from Colorado, near Telluride. "Balsamroot Sunrise" is from Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
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"The Alien Meteor", Lake Abert, OR

This image comes from a series of shots from Lake Abert, an otherworldly alpine lake near the deserts of Eastern Oregon. The black sand/rock beaches are covered with these boulders that have colorful orange lichens on them. It is an incredible place that I randomly drove by and had to stop to realize it's photographic potential. I couldn't stop shooting for about 4-5 hours as the light changed from dramatic thunderstrom skies to incredible pinks and oranges of sunset.

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Nikon 16-35mm
Singh Ray 2-stop hard grad ND
Singh Ray LB warming polarizer
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"Stormy Light at Dead Horse Point", Utah.

I was treated to fantastic lighting conditions at Dead Horse Point this summer. Right before the sun set, it broke through the clouds and bathed this tree in the warmest and richest light. The shots after this one actually had too much light on the foreground and were not usable. This image is a blend of three exposures for dynamic range using +Jay Patel and +Varina Patel 's "iHDR" technique.

Nikon D700
Nikon 16-35mm
Singh Ray 2-stop hard step grad ND
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