While the focus of my photography in on weddings and portraits, I also greatly enjoy spending time in nature and photographing some of its many remarkable landscapes. I find that exploring disciplines outside of wedding photography also enables me to expand my overall knowledge and experience, such that I can often bring a different perspective to my wedding and portrait work, hopefully for the benefit of my clients. Since the fall season in coming to a close soon, I thought I would share some autumn photographs I captured last year during a week-long workshop I took with fine art nature photographer Tony Sweet at the Delaware Water Gap in Pennsylvania. One of the things that attracted me to Tony was his noticeable passion for photography and his desire to constantly experiment in order to expand his own knowledge and capture beautiful images. During my time with Tony, we focused not only on the traditional techniques associated with nature photography, but on many alternative methods to creatively capture a moment, including the use of high dynamic range, image overlays, and multiple exposures. I hope you enjoy a few of the photographs I took at the Delaware Water Gap last autumn during this workshop.