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2018 Calendar is here!

Yes it’s that time again and next years theme is California! Earlier this year we had the super bloom which gave me a chance to put them in the calendar. So if you love Cali than this calendars for you! You can order it here!

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2017 Astroscapes Calendar

Its that time again. I just finished putting together a collection that’s outta this world! Available now the 2017 Astroscapes Calendar. Order here! calendar-mock

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Milkyway Season is here!

Yes it’s here, but I’ve been away too long. This is my first shot of the year. Life been getting in the way of my photography so I apologize for the lack of updates. Overwatch

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TassAngiolillo_graphicMost recently I’ve been featured in a couple pieces online. Most recently was an interview I did for Popular Science highlighting the Canon 6D which can be found here: http://www.popsci.com/behindthescenes/tassangiolillo

Another web magazine called Photography Masterclass used a piece I did for “Desert Warrior”.  For those who wish to check out the issue they are offering a free 3 months subscription on iPad here: http://photographymasterclassmag.com/tassanee-angiolillo-special

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My photo “Grand Falls” was also entered in a contest on Viewbug and made it to the top 10 finalists out of 9,000 entries. Check out Frederick Van Johnson video on how he chose the winner for the TWiP Natural Landscapes Photo Contest. 3:40 mark

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American Southwest

Took another trip out to the southwest for a few days. For those who know me, Monument Valley is my favorite place of all time. I don’t know what it is about that place, but it makes me feel happy everytime I’m there. The first day I arrived it rained. The clouds were moving fast breaking up and letting the beautiful light shine through. I think I captured something great that day. My main goal was to catch the sunrise, which I did in 26 degree weather along with several other photographers.

Then it was off to Flagstaff Az. I’ve heard and seen quite a few photos of Grand Falls and always wanted to check it out. This place it basically in the middle of nowhere east of Flagstaff. The sunset that day was pretty amazing and worth the drive.

After that I stopped off in Phoenix to check out Superstition Mountain. We didn’t have many clouds that day, but the cactus was blooming. My trip to the southwest was short but successful and I’ll definitely be back!

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Eastern Sierras

South Tufas

Once A year I try to visit the Eastern Sierras to catch the fall colors. On this trip I had the chance to stay during sunset near Mono Lake. The colors there are amazing especially around the June lake loop! 3 days is not enough to capture everything I wanted, but I did get some great shots and I’ll be back again next year!

Eastern Sierras

June Lake

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Cathedral Rock

I had a chance to visit Arizona last week. While I was visiting family in Phoenix, I took the opportunity to drive up to Sedona for the day. I’ve always wanted to visit this place. On this particular day it was rainy which meant a black and white day. While I was shooting this 180 sec exposure out of nowhere the sun decided to peek through and I’m so glad it did. It exposed the beautiful reds in the rocks which reflected on the water. I plan on going back again soon because there was much more to see!

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A few weeks ago I got a chance to visit Catalina on my birthday. The Catalina Express has a special where you get to travel free round trip on the day of your birth. I had to take advantage of this because living in SoCal most of my life it’s one of the places I’ve never been and yet it’s so close. Going in summer is not recommended, just too many people and I hear in the winter the hotels are allot cheaper. The weather there is around 75 to 85 degrees all year round! A great place to be if you ever want to get away from the L.A traffic and smog and yeah the sunsets aren’t too bad either!

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Help me name this Photo!

Help me name this photo! I’m holding a mini contest on my Face Book page. This will run till the end of July. Those with the winning name will win a free print of their choice! Hope to see you there http://www.facebook.com/TassaneePhotography

**Update** Winning name “Fire and Ice” Congrats to the winner!

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Gone mobile

Ok I’m gonna try this from my iPhone. I had this saved on my phone from my little trip to Death Valley a few weeks ago. I stayed in a small town called Shoshone. Here’s a short clip of the Old Miner’s Caves at Dublin Gulch taken in Shoshone, California. The caves in the soft hills of this wash were used as housing for miners and vagabonds from the early 1900’s through the 1960’s. Warm in the winter, cool in the summer, these hills housed many people famous in the history of Death Valley, including Shorty Harris and the Ashford brothers.

Dublin Gulch


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