Our Mission

Located in northwestern Montana's Flathead Valley, AlpenGlow Productions, LLC provides imagery for corporate, advertising, editorial, event, stock and fine art, for an international audience, featuring the creative photography of Rick and Dody Sheremeta. Rick is the recipient of numerous awards for excellence, and both he and Dody's images have appeared in numerous worldwide publications. In addition to providing imagery for a large and varied audience, we offer photographic and digital darkroom instruction, conduct photo workshops, and lead photographic tours. To see a comprehensive list of our services, visit our Services Page

Our photographic archives contain thousands of images which continues to grow with each passing year - so we are continuously adding to our On-Line Gallery. All of the photos found there are available for purchase as prints (framed or unframed), canvas gallery wraps, and now ... Metallic Prints. Images may also be licensed for commercial stock usage - please contact us directly for more information. What ever your needs - whether it's product, lifestyle, sports, outdoor adventure, travel, wildlife or nature - our high quality images will satisfy all of your creative requirements.

New 2016 Photo & Digital Darkroom Workshops
Our lineup of new 2016 Outdoor Photographic Workshops has been set. We'll be teaching both digital photography and conduct classes in Adobe Photoshop® Lightroom (at select workshops).

Our workshops provide individualized instruction geared to meet your personal needs.

Here's what a few of our recent students had to say:

"I moved from taking snapshots to taking photographs. A giant leap in the quality of my photos in a short period of time." - Karen F., Alberta, Ca

"Until this class, photography was largely guesswork. Now, like learning to read music, I feel like there are some cause-effect mechanics that I can use that allow me to deal with some of the more artistic aspects. I'm excited to learn more now!" - Kari G., West Richland, WA

"Rick is very knowledgeable about photography and the park, and is able to communicate re both topics clearly and concisely." - Terri T., Wilmington, DE

Click here to learn more and to check out our Workshop Schedule !!!

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Check out the slideshow, at left, to see some of our favorite wildlife shots which we captured during last summer's Glacier Park Workshops. You can see more exciting images, by visiting our Web Gallery or click here if you're interested in learning more about our Workshops

Magazine Articles

Rick Sheremeta has been sharing his photographic knowledge as a contributing author since 1999. If you're looking for information on gear, locations, or photo how-to tips, digital darkroom techniques and more ... then you'll want to check out our Article Archive. This is where you can see or download copies of past stories from Outdoor Photographer, Shutterbug, Tamron USA's E-Newsletter and more.

Rick's most recent article, in Tamron USA's September 2015 Enewsletter, is entitled "Photographing Bears in the Wild".This past August, Rick again ventured to Alaska's McNeil River Game Sanctuary where he photograhed Alaskan Brown Bears up close and personal. Learn what equipment Rick used to get the right shot while dealing with challenges posed by changing light conditions, howling winds, distracting backgrounds, and uncooperative bears. ... Check it out!

This photo of Glacier Park's Bowman Lake would be underexposed if left to the camera's programmed controls due to dominant brightness of scene. See "Get Perfect Exposure Every Time" in the April 2015 issue of OP Magazine on how to nail exposures - even tough ones like this!


Some Rules-of-Thumb that I use for metering different subjects from the April OP Exposure Article.


More Articles

Do you find that your exposures are always off, leaving you frustrated with the quality of your photographic images?

For help on this all too common problem, check out Rick's article "Get Perfect Exposure - Every Time". Rick shares his tried and true techniques, used in his workshops, for foolproof exposures. If you missed this great how-to article, in the April 2015 issue of Outdoor Photographer Magazine, it's now available for viewing and download in our Article Archive.

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What's next - Stay tuned for the Jan/Feb 2015 issue of Outdoor Photographer Magazine. In this upcoming article, Rick will share some of his 'Tips to Improve Your Winter Photography'

Click Here to see and download more of Rick's previously published articles on photo and digital darkroom techniques, locations and gear.

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