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Trey Ratcliff’s Photo Walk Across The USA!

Visiting 13 Cities | Traveling 42 Days | Crossing 6,200 Miles | Consuming 192 Bottles of Wine!

We’ve been working on this for a while, and we’re happy to announce a series of Photo Walks across the USA! I’m coming back to the States to host Photo Walks in 13 great cities starting in New York City on August 6. We’ve actually rented a HUGE bus that sleeps 10 people, and the whole team is gonna be driving from city to city together! These are tremendous fun (and free!) events for the whole family! Everyone is welcome… from beginners to advanced photographers, from mobile phones to giant chunky DSLRs! Come see EVERYTHING that’s happening over at the USA Tour Website.

WIN BIG Prizes from Anywhere!

A huge THANK YOU to our Supporters... Google, DxO ONE, DJI, Macphun, BayPhoto, FourFrame, and PhotoNomads! They've provided a TON of great ways to win amazing prizes... cameras, prints, trips, and more! If you're attending one (or more) of the Photo Walks in person then share the photos you take using the hashtag #TREYUSA! Check your city’s specific page for details on where to upload & share your photos.

Can’t make it to any of the Photo Walks? No worries! We’ve got lots of ways for you to stay involved and win big prizes as well.

Something Very Exciting will be revealed soon!

Here’s yours truly, there in that little boat, off on a secret adventure. We collaborated with Peak Design on a secret new product that will be announced on July 22nd! To see the latest, pop over here!

Join Us In Autumn Or Spring 2016 For A New Zealand Photo Adventure

Autumn and Spring are magical times of the year in New Zealand! Amazing colors abound! Our next workshop is Autumn, April 18 – 22, 2016 followed by Spring, October 17 – 21, 2016.

You'll spend a full week with me in beautiful Queenstown, New Zealand. The workshop includes: 5 days, 5 nights; Several exclusive locations; Breathtaking sunrises; Epic landscapes; Awe-inspiring sunsets; Crystal clear, star-filled nights; One-on-one Photography guidance and step-by-step Post-Processing. Plus you'll leave with unforgettable memories and new close friends! Visit the New Zealand Photo Adventure page to learn more.

The New Screen Savers Show!

I was recently a guest on Leo Laporte's show The New Screen Savers. This was a fun show for sure... all kinds of stuff actually happened... this is kinda the “highlight reel” with just my stuff on there. I talk about the new Sony a7RII and the RX100 Mark 4 — plus a little Catherine Hall action!

Introducing the Trey Mega Pack

In celebration of the new USA Photo Walk Tour, we are releasing the Trey MEGA Pack, which is everything I’ve ever done, all in one pack. There is a special discount code “TREYUSA” to save another $100 — for a total of $300 off the full normal price. So, it’s a great deal!

This package has been our most common request, but it took me years to put it together! Now you can get everything I’ve done here, all at once. It’s a super-convenient way to download everything, all at once. From Tutorials to Presets to eBooks, it comes with an absolute boatload of goodies. Everything is self-paced and perfect for every skill level from Beginners to Intermediate to Advanced. As you’d assume with a package this epic, everything is covered.

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Reminder: The Text HDR Tutorial is Always Free!

I keep a completely FREE HDR Tutorial on my website. It is a living document that continues to evolve over the years. It goes over everything you need to get started and is a great introduction to the basics of HDR photography and post processing.

Check out what you may have missed!

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A collection of Favorites from the last 30 Days at StuckinCustoms.com

My Studio in Fresh Snow
Here’s the studio I walk to every day from the main house. Every now and then in the autumn and winter there is a wonderful snow that falls and gives everything a parallel-universe feeling. I find I have to take these photos early in the morning because in late afternoon, all the white snow starts to melt off the trees and you lose that nice reverse-contrast feeling.
Young Ninja at Mt. Fuji
How cool is this kid? I was exploring this small town around Fujisan and all of the sudden, this kid jumped out of the shadows and started doing all kinds of crazy moves! I pulled out my camera, then he really started going nuts, performing all kinds of wild maneuvers at me. It was so awesome!
Another Gem found with the Stuck on Earth app
This little place right by Bang Saray, Thailand was a real surprise. I always pull up Stuck on Earth when I’m in a new spot and constantly finding cool things here and there. This was one of my greatest finds!
The rails to Casablanca
Technically, I suppose, these are the rails between Casablanca and Rabat in Morocco. I shot this out of the back of the train, looking towards Casablanca where I had just left. That’s where the main airport is, and I was disappointed that Casablanca was not a more awesome town! I had just watched “Casablanca” for a second time on the plane on the way there, and I had high expectations, but I’d say it was by far the most disappointing of the places I visited in Morocco. I’d rank it last among the 7-8 cities I stayed in during my three weeks there!
A Sunset After The Bullfight In Nimes
Who would have thought some of the best Roman ruins were in Nimes, France? Not me! But they are. I find them generally better preserved than the ruins in Rome itself! I’ve always been a fan of Roman history, so I geek out when I see this stuff. In this same arena, the following night, I saw Sting perform, which was a most wonderful anachronism.
Outside The Robot Restaurant In Tokyo
This is a must-visit place if you go to Tokyo. It’s completely insane. They have robots all over the place and tons of scantily-clad Japanese girls. What could be better? The music and the display they all put on together is completely overwhelming! They serve you food in an old-school TV-Dinner from the 1970’s while you watch the proceedings. I’m still not sure what happened that night, but it was completely INSANE. You gotta go.
Crazy Chinese Opera-Circus-Thing
I was invited to this crazy scene in Beijing. I knew it was gonna be intense before I went, but I did not anticipate the weirdness of it. And it wasn’t a good-kinda weird like Cirque de Soliel. It was the strange-kinda weird where you feel like it was designed by somebody completely insane. Eve