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Fall Color In The Great Northwest


Fall Color In The Great Northwest

This year, the Photo Cascadia team celebrates its fifth year together sharing areas of natural beauty and advancing photographic excellence of outdoor photography, while promoting and sharing images, knowledge and expertise with photo enthusiasts. ...

Assignments: October 2014


Assignments: October 2014

In this issue, we showcase the winning images from the Worm's-Eye View, Twilight, Lazy Summer Days and Birds In Flight Assignments, which ran in July of this year.

Seeing Science


Seeing Science

Frans Lanting sees the world through a specialized lens. ...

Assignments: September 2014


Assignments: September 2014

In the late spring and early summer, we ran an eclectic mix of Assignments, including Abstracts, Wide-Angle, Wildflowers and Brooks, Streams & Rivers. ...

The Purposeful Photographer


The Purposeful Photographer

The language a photographer uses to talk about his or her work can be a useful tool to make better photographs.

South Georgia


South Georgia

Extreme environments offer memorable images, when perfect and when chaotic. Extreme environments offer memorable images, when perfect and when...

The Muse Of Monochrome


The Muse Of Monochrome

Yosemite is a giant magnet, and nature photographers are iron filings.

Assignments: August 2014


Assignments: August 2014

Leading up to this special Black & White issue, we ran an Assignment inviting you to send in your best black-and-white landscapes.

Back To B&W


Back To B&W

For photographer Tony Hertz, black-and-white photography represents a return to his roots. He worked as a newspaper photographer during the 1980s, where all of his assignments were shot on black-and-white film, then processed and printed by hand in a...

The Timeless Moment


The Timeless Moment

We were stopped at the pass on Highway 70 for a missile test.

Assignments: July 2014


Assignments: July 2014

In the spring of 2014, the OP Assignments ranged from self-explanatory topics like Spring Showers to more interpretive themes like Contrasting Landscapes.

Going Back To Baja


Going Back To Baja

As the northernmost and westernmost state of Mexico, Baja California is a peninsula that stretches from the southern tip of California to Baja California Sur.

American Landscape Photo Contest 2014 Winners


American Landscape Photo Contest 2014 Winners

Technology changes photography as much as photography changes technology.

Assignments: June 2014


Assignments: June 2014

From weather to light to mood, the weekly Assignments Winners showcased in this issue are from a diverse mix of themes.

Something New!


Something New!

Devil's club and blueberries were everywhere, granite cliffs towering up into the misty clouds, looking like scenes out of the movie The Lord of the Rings.

Painted Hills, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon


Painted Hills, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon

The Painted Hills are part of the John Day Fossil Beds in central Oregon.

Assignments: May 2014


Assignments: May 2014

I sent out several Assignments about the cold and the snow and ice, as well as one asking for submissions centered around the color blue.

Assignments: April 2014


Assignments: April 2014

During the height of winter, as much of North America wrestled with biting cold, heavy snow, and in the case of the Southwest, sunny days in the 80s.

Photography Icons Of The NPS


Photography Icons Of The NPS

In this brief guide to the best national parks for photography in the United States, we aim to give you a glimpse into some of this country's greatest treasures.

See Through The Chaos


See Through The Chaos

Forests are some of the most rewarding environments to photograph in the outdoors.

Assignments: March 2014


Assignments: March 2014

Winning images from the Close To Home, Winter Scenics And Flocks, Herds & Schools assignments

The Art Of Vision


The Art Of Vision

Recently, about two months apart, top photobloggers Marc Graf and Jim Goldstein both wrote about the same topic.

Invisible Light


Invisible Light

Six years ago, I began exploring the challenge of making the invisible visible—photographing unusual places using a digital camera and the unusual, haunting light of infrared. I'm now a devotee of invisible light!

Pro Winter Hot Spots


Pro Winter Hot Spots

Top selections from recent Assignments Winners from outdoorphotographer.com

Assignments: January/February 2014


Assignments: January/February 2014

Top selections from recent Assignments Winners from outdoorphotographer.com

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming


Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

As one of the last remaining intact temperate ecosystems, visiting Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park is like taking an adventurous journey back in time to the last Ice Age.

Penguin Planet


Penguin Planet

Among the world's animals, penguins are absolutely unique.

For The Love Of It


For The Love Of It

Meet Frank Smith, and you understand why amateurs have always been the driving force behind photography's progress, whether as art, science or business.

Windows On The Natural World


Windows On The Natural World

Looking at some of Linde Waidhofer's photography, it occurred to us that she has a way of framing subjects within the rectangular frame.

Surf Alaska


Surf Alaska

Self-taught photographer Chris Burkard calls the ocean his muse. ...

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