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October 2nd, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Storm Approaching Farmhouse Near Búðardalur’ by Ben Cowden – Vestfjarðavegur 60, Iceland

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Stitched Panorama of three exposures taken in Iceland off of the highway storms clouds
View a larger version of this image here. While my main photographic pursuit consists of headshot and portrait work, I still enjoy making a go of shooting landscapes and nature scenes when I have the opportunity. Now, if you’ve ever been to Iceland, you’ll know that saying there are opportunities to create fascinating nature and … 
September 5th, 2013

Photo Of The Day by Rebecca Wilks

Posted By Christopher Robinson
Padre Bay Reflections by Rebecca Wilks
While exploring the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Rebecca Wilks came across this vista of Padre Bay. 
August 29th, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Mount Whitney From Russell Plateau’ HDR panorama by Brandon Riza – Central California

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Stitched panorama of Mount Whitney from Russell Plateau AutopanoGiga software SNS-HDR Pro HDR composite California
I spend quite a bit of time above 12 thousand feet, and one of my favorite stomping grounds are the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains in central California. The Mount Whitney massif, a chossy multi-trillion-metric-ton chunk of granite and the highest peak in the Lower 48 states is always fun to climb, and it’s always photogenic. … 
August 30th, 2012

The Importance of Pre-visualization

Posted By George Lepp
Ansel Adams talked a lot about pre-visualization. In his day the term meant knowing in advance how the image he was taking would look on photographic paper when he was finished in the darkroom. He considered all the variables in the field (what filter to use, exposing for the shadows or the highlights) and the …