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Celebrating Our National Wildlife Refuges


Celebrating Our National Wildlife Refuges

Do you love wildlife photography, but come up short on ideas for destinations?

Cameras For A Cause


Cameras For A Cause

The deepest river-carved gorge in North America, Hells Canyon was formed by the Snake River along the border of Oregon and Idaho. Despite its spectacular scenery, wildlife and recreation opportunities, the canyon was slated to be dammed.

The Edges Of Shadow And Light


The Edges Of Shadow And Light

If I’ve learned anything during my long career as a landscape photographer, it’s that the learning never ends. We can always expand our knowledge, improve our technique and connect with our subjects more deeply.

Worth The Effort


Worth The Effort

The potential for capturing a panorama is almost always present; for the most part, we see in panoramic mode.

A Day On The Job


A Day On The Job

This series of photos was taken one day while on a magazine assignment. This series of photos was taken one day while on a magazine assignment....

Keeping The Wild In Wildlife


Keeping The Wild In Wildlife

The subject of humans and their fascination with wildlife has been a hot topic lately.

Pixel Wars And The High-Res DSLR: Pay To Play


Pixel Wars And The High-Res DSLR: Pay To Play

Lately, this question dominates every venue where serious photographers gather to learn about new techniques and equipment to advance their photography.

Also labeled: Tech Tips

The Journey To Cape Solitude


The Journey To Cape Solitude

One afternoon and for most of a night I walked 30 miles roundtrip so I could shoot a landscape photo in the Grand Canyon.

Also labeled: Photo Adventure

Variations On A Theme


Variations On A Theme

The art of photography is about interpretation. What's right and what's wrong?

Also labeled: How-To, On Landscape

What’s The Best?


What’s The Best?

We all want the sharpest optics possible, but what do you need, and more importantly, what can you afford?

Also labeled: How-To, Tech Tips

Strictly Artistic


Strictly Artistic

In Iran, everything warrants a second look. ...

Also labeled: World View

Work Around The Weather


Work Around The Weather

Fierce winter weather may interrupt your outdoor photography adventures, but it doesn't mean you have to stop shooting.

Also labeled: Tech Tips

Winter’s Sparkles


Winter’s Sparkles

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.

Also labeled: Tech Tips

Immersive Experiences


Immersive Experiences

Last summer, my family and I took a road trip to the Pacific Northwest. ...

Also labeled: On Landscape

To Chimp, Or Not To Chimp


To Chimp, Or Not To Chimp

Do I claim ownership of the images I conceive and create, even if, or especially if, I've also put together some complicated contraption to help me capture them remotely?

Also labeled: Tech Tips

Iconic Waters


Iconic Waters

Iguazu Falls (known as Iguaçu in Brazil) straddles the border of the two countries, both of which have protected the falls with contiguous national parks that draw millions of visitors.

Also labeled: World View

The More Things Change


The More Things Change

But back in the film days of 1985, long exposures came with a host of problems to solve.

Also labeled: Tech Tips

Judgments


Judgments

Well, that sounds quite lovely, but seriously, without judgment, I wouldn't be much of a photographer.

Also labeled: Basic Jones

Need To Know


Need To Know

Photographers have access to endless amounts of guides, tutorials, ebooks and websites about making perfect photographs, any kind of photograph, and that includes landscape photographs.

Also labeled: On Landscape

Not So Sharp?


Not So Sharp?

An optical phenomenon known as diffraction is affecting your image quality.

Also labeled: Tech Tips

Shooting Waterfalls


Shooting Waterfalls

Waterfalls are likely one of the most common subjects of landscape photographers, on par with sunsets and wildflowers.

Also labeled: Fleeting Vistas

Almost Aerial Photography


Almost Aerial Photography

I enjoy working from all photo angles, but I always keep an eye out for the highest point that I can shoot from.

Also labeled: Photo Adventure

The Spectrum Of B&W


The Spectrum Of B&W

I love the look of infrared photography; it's such an interesting black-and-white interpretation of landscapes.

Also labeled: Tech Tips

Becoming The Camera


Becoming The Camera

Cartier-Bresson brought this into focus for photographers when he said, "Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst!" And he meant shooting film, not digital!

Also labeled: Basic Jones

Oaxaca


Oaxaca

It's a tall order, and Oaxaca, Mexico fills it all, and then some. ...

Also labeled: Photo Traveler

Extended Vision


Extended Vision

I want to use more than one tele-extender on my Canon telephoto lens, but my tele-extenders won't mate.

Also labeled: Tech Tips

Rediscovering The Grand Canyon


Rediscovering The Grand Canyon

Since moving back to Arizona from Australia, I've been spending a lot of time exploring remote locations in Grand Canyon National Park.

Also labeled: Photo Adventure

What’s In A Name?


What’s In A Name?

Digital images are piling up on my hard drives, and I'd like to be able to find them in the future.

Also labeled: Tech Tips

Dr. Browning’s Birds


Dr. Browning’s Birds

For a lot of wildlife photographers, living full time in Africa would be the fulfillment of a dream.

Also labeled: Photo Traveler

Stacks Of Blooms


Stacks Of Blooms

Focus-stacking is a technique that expands depth of field in an image. ...

Also labeled: Tech Tips

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