OP expert Bob Krist delivers information and advice for the traveling photographer.
Thursday, March 1, 2007
Please Release Me (Let Me Go!)
When do you need a photo release and when is it okay to photograph without special permissions? These days, photographers are expected to wear a whole stack of hats. We’re image makers, color-management experts, IT nerds and digital-asset managers. The hat that fits me the worst, and seems to confuse a large majority of shooters, amateur and pro alike, is that of the legal eagle.
Monday, January 1, 2007
Air Travel And Carrying On Gear
A few things to help deal with the current clear and present carry-on hassles WHACK! The bear's huge paw connected squarely with my face. Even though I saw it coming, there was nothing I could do because my seat belt was already fastened. Seat belts in the wild? Not on your life, I was in a jet plane. But do they really let live bears on board a jet? Well, once you let snakes on a plane, what do you expect?
Friday, December 1, 2006
Gifts For Globetrotting Photographers
Start dropping those hints for these cool traveler's photo toys It’s the time of year when someone in your household may be looking for a good but reasonable gift idea for you, the family’s "visual artist" (as I insist on being called). Assuming you’ve been good (you’ve been good, right?) and not naughty, the following nifty items for traveling photographers are really cool, but won’t break the bank.
Wednesday, November 1, 2006
Book 'Em, Dano!
Books offer the ultimate showcase for your photography—here's how to get your own There’s no stronger urge among serious travel and nature photo enthusiasts than to share our work. We go to great lengths to perfect our craft. We travel to the four corners of the earth and wait for the absolute best conditions to capture our imagery, so it’s only natural that we’d want people to see and share in the fruits of our labors. There’s no stronger urge among serious travel and nature photo enthusiasts than to share our work. We go to great lengths to perfect our craft. We travel to the four corners of the earth and wait for the absolute best conditions to capture our imagery, so it’s only natural that we’d want people to see and share in the fruits of our labors.
Sunday, October 1, 2006
John Isaac: Master Printer
The former U.N. photographer shares his experiences in creating superior prints Though John Isaac has traveled to all corners of the globe, capturing some of the world‚’s most poignant moments, his photographic career began humbly.
Sunday, October 1, 2006
Scouting Report: Palau
Unexpected and off beat visions of this South Pacific paradise A longtime secret kept mostly by avid scuba divers, the island nation of Palau is now being discovered by photographers who stay on or above the water. Palau is some 500 miles east of the Philippines and consists of eight principal islands and more than 250 smaller ones, offering a spectacular array of scenery, culture and wildlife imagery that you can capture without ever donning a scuba tank.
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