Joseph Rossbach

Joseph Rossbach



Hailed by Outdoor Photographer Magazine“As one of the emerging talents in nature photography, Rossbach exhibits a heartfelt determination to capture unique compositions and images that go far beyond the familiar. His passion for nature photography results in images that would take many in this profession years to achieve.” Joseph Rossbach has been photographing the landscape for over fifteen years. Joe's photographs and articles have appeared in a number of books, calendars and magazines including Outdoor Photographer, The Nature Conservancy, Digital Photo, Photo Techniques, Popular Photography, Blue Ridge Country, Mountain Connections and many more. Joe is also a staff course instructor for Nature Photographers Magazine, and writes a regular blog column forOutdoor Photographer Magazine online edition. Joe is also a co-author and contributing photographer two print books, The Ultimate Guide to Digital Nature Photography (Mountain Trail Press) and50 Amazing Things You Must See and Do in the Greater D.C. Area, The Ultimate Adventure Guide. Joe continues to travel extensively producing new and exciting images of the natural world as well as leading several photography workshops and photo tours each year.

Chimney Bluffs Sunset, Lake Ontario, New York

Published July 1st, 2011

On my way north, early this week en route to London, Ontario, I spent a day scouting Chimney Bluffs State Park on the south shore of Lake Ontario. After spending most of the afternoon looking for compositions at the top of the cliffs, I decided that getting below the cliffs was the best option as the clouds were sitting to the west and south and not out across the lake. I went a few feet into the water getting a perspective of the Bluffs and breaking waves. What I really like about this image, other than the amazing cliffs on the shore and the quality of weather and light, is the way the breaking waves mimic and repeat the shapes and textures of the clouds in the sky. The leading line of the wave and sweep of the cloud bank form a great vanishing point deep in the background of the picture space giving the image an amazing amount of depth.

In London, Ontario now giving presentations at the Canadian Camera Conference. Spent last night polishing off three bottles of red with Ian Plant a ...

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