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Whispers of Light

Whispers of Light High key succulents Enjoy!

Fields of Gold

  It was so refreshing to visit the “home canyon” yesterday and photograph the wildflowers after many years of not making the short journey from Ahwahnee to see the bloom. Having lived in the Merced River Canyon for twenty years… Continue Reading →

Plums Blossoms this morning…

This morning, I walked out my front door, onto my driveway to photograph my purple plums in bloom… Soon after moving to our home 20 years ago, I planted purple plum trees in the front yard. Every spring when they… Continue Reading →

Nature First

    NATURE FIRST: It’s more important than ever for photographers to approach wild places with a sense of responsibility and stewardship Originally published in Outdoor Photographer Text & Photography By William Neill National Parks have become magnets for photographers, including… Continue Reading →

Light on the Landscape Collector’s Edition

Greeting from the Sierra Nevada! I am still offering LIGHT ON THE LANDSCAPE packaged with a signed print or two or three for those of you who might be interested. On Friday, I took delivery of the last remaining hardback… Continue Reading →

Online Mentoring

Greetings from the Sierra Nevada. I am posting a reminder about my online mentoring options below, but I also wanted to share a couple of new images I made at Inspiration Point a two weeks ago. I’ve been making photographs… Continue Reading →

My Favorite 30 Photographs of 2020

I am finally posting my favorite 30 images from 2020. I’d love to hear from you about which ones are your favs in the comment below. To see a larger selection on my YouTube channel, click HERE. Many years ago,… Continue Reading →

Finding Photos Near Home

Finding Photos Near Home: You don’t have to travel far to find creative inspiration Text & Photography By William Neill Published April 13, 2020 by Outdoor Photograper. Spring Oak, Ahwahnee, California, 2011. A key element on our property is this magnificent… Continue Reading →

Where Are The Clouds? Refine and simplify your compositions to better focus the viewer’s attention.

Text & Photography By William Neill Published December 17, 2020 In early February 2020, I was teaching at a winter workshop for five days in Yosemite, and we had no clouds. The students had come from far and wide with visions… Continue Reading →

New Book: Light on the Landscape

“ A quality I always admire in William Neill’s work is the consistent sense of calmness, reverence, and quiet dignity expressed in both his photographs and his words. Like Neill’s other books, Light on the Landscape is more than just… Continue Reading →

Finding Photos Near Home

You don’t have to travel far to find creative inspiration Text & Photography By William Neill Published April 13, 2020Spring Oak, Ahwahnee, California, 2011. A key element on our property is this magnificent spreading oak, which resides just outside our front… Continue Reading →

OUT OF CHICAGO LIVE! April 24-26, 2020

An Online Global Photography Conference April 24-26, 2020  I have an exciting announcement for you all. Just when many photography instructors are canceling our upcoming workshops, Out of Chicago Photography is announcing a LIVE online photo conference. I will be… Continue Reading →

My eBook Collection – all five for only $20

I don’t know about anyone else, but I know that for me, the beauty of nature is needed more than ever these days. From my retrospective book: “Seeing and feeling beauty is more vital to me than any resulting imagery…. Continue Reading →

Patience & Persistence

Text & Photography By William Neill Patience and persistence are words that are coming to my mind lately. These words are the answers to many questions I’ve heard recently. How did you make that image? How did you build your… Continue Reading →

My Favorite Photographs of 2019

Greetings from the Sierra Nevada, Happy New Year! I hope your year ahead is happy, healthy, and artistically productive! I’ve always thought that tight editing was a prime skill for any photographer and that I was good at it. Well,… Continue Reading →

Happy Holidays and a Merry New Year!

Best wishes to you all for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you for following my photography, William Neill    

ANSEL ADAMS GALLERY EXHIBIT: LIGHT ON THE LANDSCAPE November 17th – January 4th

  PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBIT: LIGHT ON THE LANDSCAPE November 17th – January 4th Since 1983, when Ansel approved my work for sale in his gallery, I have been exhibiting my fine art prints there. This has been a great honor for… Continue Reading →

Impressions of Light

Create Artistic Blurs In-Camera Tips for achieving a painterly effect with subtle camera movements     I have been a photographer for four decades. I started out with my first camera in 1974, a 35mm Pentax Spotmatic film camera. Over… Continue Reading →

Yosemite Winter Landscape Photography Conference

I am excited to announce that I will be teaching at Out of Yosemite in the heart of Yosemite National Park, February 5–9, 2020. Out of Yosemite will bring together passionate photography enthusiasts, like you, with world-class photographers all in… Continue Reading →

Sierra Art Trails on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 4, 5, 6, 2019 from 10AM to 6PM

Greetings, I will be opening my home studio once again next for the Sierra Art Trails 2019, our local 17th annual Open Studio Tour. WHEN:  Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 4, 5, 6, 2019 from 10AM to 6PM. Mark your calendar! INVENTORY… Continue Reading →

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