The skies weren’t very good when I arrived at Palouse Falls: they were heavily overcast which is my least favorite type of weather for photos. It looked pretty hopeless and I debated leaving my camera in the truck. Negativity started creeping in and I remember thinking about how other photographers always seemed to find great light.
When I was starting out one of the biggest mistakes I made was giving up too soon. After a few hard lessons, when I’d leave a spot early only to catch a great sunset in the rear-view mirror, I made a rule: no going home until...
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