A New Perspective
On The Parks

For unique photo opportunities,
leave the signs behind
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Intimately
Experiencing Ice

Few places on the planet remain truly exotic.
Greenland is one of these rare places.
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Night Fantastic

Keep shooting after dark
for stunning starlight photos
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Paradise Found

Discover the photo opportunities
in the U.S. Virgin Islands National Park
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Advantages of
Micro Four Thirds

An easy-to-carry alternative to DSLR systems
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Scenic Aperture
Photography Workshops

At Scenic Aperture, our focus is on you!
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Favorite Place:
Crested Butte

West Elk Mountain Range,
Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Discover This Favorite Place

On Location

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Josh Miller Alsek-30
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Whitewater Adventure

Exploring the photo opportunities of rafting the Alsek River.

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Photography Gear

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Aplomado falcon © George Lepp
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Field Testing The EOS-1D X Mark II

Hands-on with Canon’s incredibly fast full-frame flagship.

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Marmot Limelight 2P
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Gear For Your Photo Basecamp

Equipment to outfit your campsite for comfort and safety.

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Latest Blog Posts

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Tips & Techniques

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Motion Options, Part 2  

Action and motion can be conveyed in two ways. Fast shutter speeds can be used to capture a frozen moment…

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Motion Options, Part 1  

Action and motion can be conveyed in two ways. Fast shutter speeds can be used to capture a frozen moment…

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Pro Perspectives

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Owl’s clover and goldfields in Coastal California. Using manual adjustment of the focus ring, Lepp captured five focus-stacked images from a tripod-mounted Canon EOS 5D Mark II and Canon EF 180mm f/3.5L USM Macro lens. The background was purposely left out of focus to isolate the subjects. Each capture: 1/350 sec., f/8, ISO 200. Composited in Zerene Stacker software.
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Steady, Stacked and Loaded

Focus Stacking In The Field • Fear Of Trying DSLR Video • Before You Pack It In.

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Light On Wildlife
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Light On Wildlife

Eyeshine is a problem when light enters an animal’s dilated eye; the intensity and color depend on the size of the pupil and the anatomy of the eye.

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