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.
Making a custom photo book has become fast, easy and inexpensive.
Some people leave the camera at home when the weather forecast calls for a 40% chance of rain.
Once considered an inevitably endangered species because of built-in image stabilization, tripods have emerged just as important as ever.
If you want to get the very best photos, you need to capture the very best light.
Although they may never fully replace a trail map and compass, compact touch-screen GPS units pack convenience, ease of use and navigational power into a device small enough to slip into a shirt pocket.
When I was diagnosed with degenerative disc disease, I was determined not to allow it to interfere with my regular activities. ...
Whether shooting for the ultimate sharpness in stills or looking to capture video that's as smooth as possible, there never has been a better time for photographers to be looking at tools for image stabilization.
These slick, thin, computing wonders are technically referred to as tablet computing devices.
The lowly neck strap is both the simplest and most intimate part of a camera. ...
We often tout the benefits of going light when you’re hiking into the field, but there are occasions when it really makes sense to bring a full complement of lenses and accessories.
Beyond the camera and lens, the accessories you use can go a long way in making your landscape photography look sharper, more creative and dramatic.
Putting together a top-notch slideshow is within reach of any nature photographer.
As we approach the transition from winter to spring, nature photographers’ thoughts turn to getting more time outdoors to take advantage of the changing weather patterns.
When digital was first catching on, it seemed like there were new memory-card formats coming out almost as fast as new cameras. ...
Also labeled: Memory Cards
Preparedness falls into the interrelated categories of first-aid, communication, navigation and protection.
The shadows have grown longer, the air is cooler, and there’s crispness in the air. Yes, warm summer days have made way for fall, and with fall comes the event so many landscape photographers look forward to every year.
Also labeled: Photo Printers
For comfort, convenience and sheer capacity, photo backpacks are hard to beat. ...
Also labeled: Backpacks
Back in the days when having a darkroom in your home involved chemistry and safelights, black-and-white printing ruled supreme. ...
Also labeled: Black & White
High Dynamic Range—even the words sound exciting. Dynamic range describes the breadth of differences in luminance between the darkest (pure black) and lightest (absolute white) areas in an image.
Also labeled: Sharing & Websites
Taking time and exploring nature with a camera is half of the enjoyment of outdoor photography.
Also labeled: Sharing & Websites
Admit it: You know you should use a tripod more often, but you can find more excuses than a ninth-grader who forgot his homework assignment. ...
Also labeled: Tripods
Serious hikers depend on backpacks to carry their shelter, clothing and chow.
Also labeled: Photo Backpacks
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