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Emotion – The Magic Element

Excerpt from Light on the Landscape Photographs and Lessons from a Life in Photography      Mudcracks, Zion National Park, Utah  1983 Camera: Wista 45,  Lens: Rodenstock Sironar-N 210mm f/5.6 The Magic Element: Emotion Let You Heart Show the Way An… Continue Reading →

From The Ansel Adams Gallery – Unique Offer in Fine Art Photography by William Neill

Greetings from the Sierra Nevada, I am happy to announce that The Ansel Adams Gallery is offering three of my images in their latest “Unique Offer in Fine Art Photography.” The Unique Opportunity The Ansel Adams Gallery is thrilled to offer its… Continue Reading →

What You Need to Know

Here is my most recent On Landscape column published in Outdoor Photographer. I have added a few other images from October 28, 2013 to give you a broader sense of the epic quality of the day,  I would love to… Continue Reading →

50% eBook Sale! The William Neill eBook Collection. Buy all 4 eBooks for $15.00.

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING WEEKEND 50% OFF EBOOK SALE! Starting today, I have reduced the price of my eBooks by 50%. If my photography is new to you, you can now purchase The William Neill eBook Collection, all 4 eBooks, for… Continue Reading →

Open Studio at William Neill Photography – Sierra Art Trails Oct. 4, 5 & 6

Here is a new image that has received a great deal of attention on Facebook and Flickr.  Making the first print today, which is an order from the student I was working with when photographing Half Dome.  I am also… Continue Reading →

Yosemite Autumn 2012 Collection / Private Workshops

If you have dreamed of photographing Yosemite Valley during the best autumn color, now is time to reserve a private Yosemite workshop with me. I welcome single students, as well small groups for 1 or 2 day sessions. The dates… Continue Reading →

High Country Spring!

Greetings from the Sierra Nevada, In my past two blogs posts, I’ve shared new work from this spring and early summer.  Here are four more, with comments and details below each image. If you have a favorite image from below,… Continue Reading →

Bliss in a field of Corn Lilies

One of the main dilemmas for nature photographers is how to frame an image.  The choice of camera position and lens angle greatly affects the image design.  Nature often provides us with chaotic lines, shapes and colors from which we… Continue Reading →

Yosemite Spring!

During the past month, I made many trips to nearby Yosemite Valley, and so I’d like to share a collection of these new images.  Even though I have lived in or near Yosemite since 1977, I found fresh compositions and… Continue Reading →

New Yosemite Winter Images

Here are a few new winter images made in Yosemite! I had a wonderful day with a private student in Yosemite on Wednesday. There were no clouds, no interesting weather, but the ice was fabulous. I helped Shauna find simple… Continue Reading →

My Favorite Images from 2012

I am finally pulling together my favorite photographs from 2012.  It is always helpful to take the occasional assessment of our own creative progress. The annual ritual of posting a “best of” has gone viral.  You might be interested in reading an essay… Continue Reading →

Open Studio at William Neill Photography – Sierra Art Trails Oct. 5, 6, and 7th.

Once again, I am participating in the Yosemite Foothills Open Studio Tour – Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 5, 6 & 7, 2012. My home studio will be full of my fine art prints, books and posters. I hope to… Continue Reading →

Mudcracks, Zion National Park, Utah 1983

  Here is the link to my latest essay at The Luminous Landscape, entitled, Emotion – The Magic Element. Enjoy, and I invite you to share your own experiences and thoughts here on my blog! Bill From “Landscapes of the Spirit”… Continue Reading →

Home Studio Open to Photographers and Collectors

By Appointment “I also offer fine art print viewing in my living room gallery.  I will discuss my photographic prints from both an artistic and technical viewpoint.  It will greatly benefit you to see actual, gallery-quality photographs, in order to… Continue Reading →

Announcing William Neill Private Yosemite Workshops

I am excited to announce my new Yosemite Private Workshops. Yosemite National Park is a photographer’s haven, a masterpiece in stone full of classic scenes and intimate landscapes.  Come join William Neill, author and photographer of William Neill’s Yosemite Volume One, and photographer… Continue Reading →

Redbud, Merced River Canyon, 2012

  As with my previous post, this photograph was made last Sunday on my Earth Day return to nearby Merced River Canyon, my home for 20 years.  I love the change of seasons there, but the spring season is my… Continue Reading →

Poppies and Lupine, Merced River Canyon, California 2012

  Last Sunday, for Earth Day, my daughter and I visited the Merced River Canyon. Although a little late in the blooming season, there were a few beautiful patches of lupine and poppies to enjoy. This spot has been a… Continue Reading →

Forest Reflections, Merced River, Yosemite National Park, California 2012

Forest Reflections, Merced River, Yosemite National Park, California 2012 Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, EF70-200mm f/2.8L USM, 1/10 second at f/16, ISO 320 Copyright © 2012 William Neill Last week, I drove up Yosemite Valley (1.5 hrs from my home) to… Continue Reading →

Oaks and Sunbeams, Ahwahnee Hills Regional Park, Ahwahnee, California 2012

Here is another image from last week, taken next door to my son’s school in Ahwahnee. The fog was gone a few minutes later… Oaks and Sunbeams, Ahwahnee Hills Regional Park, Ahwahnee, California 2012 Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, EF24-105mm f/4L… Continue Reading →

Oaks and Fog, Ahwahnee Hills Regional Park, Ahwahnee, California 2012

Last week, we had some wonderful mornings of fog at sunrise. After dropping my son off at school, I walked into the nearby field of Ahwahnee Hills Regional Park. This image continues my Morning Light series, most of which I’ve… Continue Reading →

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