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Ryan Dyar / 226 items

N 1.2K B 26.8K C 45 E Apr 29, 2019 F Jul 16, 2020
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Fun fact; the rocks in this area of Namibia contain a somewhat significant amount of iron in them. Significant enough that if you tap on one it sounds like a hollow piece of metal. Another fun fact, it’s this same iron that makes your compass go bat shit crazy when you’re trying to walk out of this area in the dark and you can’t find your way so you kinda laugh it off at first and then you start to get scared because you’re kinda afraid of the dark so you start to worry and you don’t have cell phone reception so it’s not like you could call anyone for help so you get even more worried and a little panic sets in then you start hyperventilating and then you see the parking area and you’re ok. That didn’t happen, I’m just saying.

You can learn how I create my images at www.ryandyar.com 👍👍 Thank you for taking a look at this photo.

Tags:   Ryan Dyar night moon dawn sunrise astro quiver trees quiver tree desert Africa Namibia

N 301 B 12.0K C 14 E Aug 23, 2019 F Sep 20, 2019
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A clearing storm reveals the Aurora as Olstinden reflects in a tiny tidal pool on a fun night in 2015.

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You can learn how I edit all of my images at the link in my bio. 👍👍

Tags:   astra night reflection northern lights Ryan dyar vestfjorden hamnoy reine aurora Borealis aurora fjord olstinden arctic Norway Lofoten

N 299 B 17.0K C 11 E Apr 6, 2018 F Sep 20, 2018
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Early Spring in the Del Norte Redwoods on the northern California coast brings newly sprouted foliage and blooms of Trillium. Learn how I process my images at the link in my bio! 👍

Tags:   Ryan dyar trees tree bloom trillium wildflowers flowers spring national forest national park del norte coast coastal California grove forest redwoods

N 255 B 10.2K C 13 E Dec 3, 2019 F Feb 21, 2020
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Mount Cannon and Heaven’s Peak on a night that I thought I might be struck with lightning for my very deep catalogue of sins and wrong doings in my life. Well, I wasn’t struck by lightning, so I guess it turns out I’m a good boy despite all of those jewelry heists, speeding tickets, and classes I skipped in high school. In fact, here’s a funny little piece of info... I’m asked every now and then about how I got into photography and I always respond with this true story:

I took a 35mm (that’s a film size for you kiddos) photography class in high school with (to this day) two of my best friends, Mike and Ernie in hopes would be an easy A. The semester started, we began learning about cameras, and my brain just said “holy shit, this is the lamest thing I’ve ever seen.” I hated it and thought photography was the nerdiest shit ever (which I still kinda think) so, knowing that our weird hippy teacher wouldn’t know the difference, I started skipping class every day under the guise of “I’m going out to take photos for our projects.” Not true. I was just going out, getting in my car (1987 Acura Legend ), and leaving for the day.

Fast forward to the end of the semester and I am, of course, failing the class. I needed to get an A on the final project to even get a D overall and pass the class. So I asked Mike and Ernie if I could have some of the photos they shot but were not using so I could build my final presentation. Being true friends, they obliged. Turned out, I got a better grade on that final project (with their photos they deemed unusable) than they did... and passed the class. I was a master bullshitter. They were QUITE upset. They’re even more upset that I do photography as a career 18 years later... as they let me know in our group text last week.

Anyways, you can learn how I create my images at www.ryandyar.com 👍

Tags:   Ryan dyar Rocky Mountains rockies light sky summer cannon mountain heavens peak mountains lightning thunderstorm storm sunset montana glacier national park

N 286 B 19.3K C 9 E Jun 20, 2018 F Jun 20, 2018
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Spent several hours in this Redwood grove with my beautiful wife Candace soaking up the sun and trying to make an image that didn’t suck. Not sure I succeeded, but at least the light turned out nice.
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Learn ALL the techniques used in the post processing of my images with my in depth and revealing instructional videos! Visit WWW.RYANDYAR.COM Email subscribers get discounts

Tags:   Ryan Dyar trees forest light light rays sun rays sunset coastal California national park state park del Norte crescent city Redwoods


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