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December 2014

How-To

  • Harness High Contrast


    Michael Frye takes us through the steps of getting the most out of a high-contrast landscape


    High-contrast scenes always have been difficult to process, but Adobe made this task considerably easier with the Process Version tools in Lightroom 4 and 5.

Gear

  • In Focus: December 2014



    Editor's Picks
  • Solutions: Keep Quiet


    Avoid startling wildlife with a modern DSLR sound blimp



    High-contrast scenes always have been difficult to process, but Adobe made this task considerably easier with the Process Version tools in Lightroom 4 and 5.

Locations

  • Assignments: December 2014


    Winning Images From The Weekly Assignments At outdoorphotographer.com



    Congratulations to David Saylor, Wendy Gedack and Quynh Ton for their winning photographs from the Reflections, Better Lucky Than Good and Starry Nights Assignments.
  • Off The Grid


    Far from the Tropic zone, Chris Burkard’s big-picture outlook leads to images that are a mix of stunning landscapes, dramatic coastlines and out-of-the-ordinary surf action


    All I ever wanted to do was shoot landscapes. That was the first thing I was ever passionate about.

Columns

  • Flying High


    Connecting with the landscape through a new perspective



    Cruising along near Peebles, Ohio. Lovely countryside, but hardly wilderness.
  • Winter’s Sparkles


    Let It Snow, Let Me Go! • Crisp Winter Night Sky • Technology As A Hindrance


    As a longtime reader of your column and one who lives in a very cold environment, I'd like to know what kinds of subjects you look for during the winter months.

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