As a photographer, Beau Rogers strives to capture stunning landscapes during brief windows of opportunity to create unique photographs of dynamic, unrepeatable moments. He firmly believe that, with technical proficiency in photography, timing is everything. Photojournalists often say, “f/8 and be there,” and I agree, but for landscape photography be there with a tripod and fantastic light. F 2.8 is right at night, and f/16 is usually best in the daytime. Go to www.beaurogers.com to see and order his prints.