One of the most important and personal accessories is your gear bag. Winter months bring a refreshing change of scene full of...
The digital age has brought photo and video technology to the masses.
Throughout history, binoculars have been associated with explorers, spies and field marshals.
You've upgraded to a 1080p/4K camera, picked out your preferred lenses, looked into continuous light systems, and researched microphones and audio recorders.
As we move forward in the digital space, technology manufacturers are listening to the desires of the independent multimedia creative. As we...
One of the major challenges for wildlife and sports photographers is getting close enough to the subject.
There are a large number of choices when it comes to binoculars.
The term "filter" has become ubiquitous, as the ability to transform the color palette, texture and grain of an image now can be done with one touch using a Photoshop plug-in or an iPhone app.
In the camera support family, window mounts have been the stepchildren.
Not only was Ansel Adams iconic due to his ability to compose grand landscapes with beautiful light, but he was also known for the excellence of his prints.
Photo manipulation has always been employed to enhance details, even out exposure and increase contrast.
Built-in wireless features have most often been found in the compact camera market, frequently viewed as a way to quickly share photos with social-media networks.
Digital image files have made it simple for any photographer to upload and print their own high-quality photo books. ...
The polarizer works its magic especially well on fall colors.
Tele-extenders, also known as teleconverters or multipliers, are small optical accessories that mount between your lens and camera to extend your focal length.
Black-and-white photographs have the potential to be a rich display of tonality and detail, making a scene truly dramatic, be it a somber misty morning or an edgy cityscape.
Let's face it, traveling has become an athletic event of Olympic proportions.
Compact cameras are facing heated competition from a new era of smartphones that are always connected and offer imaging quality on par with compacts that were introduced only a few years ago.
Binoculars are often overlooked, yet very useful tools for outdoor photographers, and not just for wildlife specialists. ...
In the days when he was trekking throughout the American landscape, Ansel Adams was often traveling on roads that we would barely recognize today.
Some of the most spectacular outdoor photo opportunities occur in cold weather—snowy landscapes, clearing storms, winter wildlife and more. ...
So the need for fast, high-capacity memory cards has never been greater. ...
As autumn arrives, it's time to get out and make striking color photos.
Once you get past the ability to make a phone call or check email, the usefulness of smartphones and tablets is all in the apps.
The world of the small video camera has exploded lately. The world of the small video camera has exploded lately. GoPro HERO cameras have...
To create the best bold black-and-white images, you used to have to know the ins and outs of Photoshop's channel mixer.
The tablet has changed the way the world uses photos. The high-resolution backlit screens make your images look rich and luminous, and a bevy of apps give you all sorts of control over the photographs.
Why do some 52mm polarizing filters cost nearly $200 and others less than $20? Maybe a better question is: Why do some photographers spend $200 for a polarizer when there are alternatives available for a fraction of that price?
Having the ability to capture motion with your DSLR opens up the enticing world of video vignettes and clips of landscapes, wildlife and sports.
Most outdoor photographers use ballheads because they're ideal for landscape photography.
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