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Gear Up For Video


Gear Up For Video

Video is now an important part of DSLRs. This medium adds motion and sound to your visuals, expanding what you can do visually with nature scenes.

Also labeled: Video How To

Supporting HD


Supporting HD

Now that DSLRs are offering video capture, it’s time to reexamine some of the gear that you may need. ...

Build A Landscape Kit On Any Budget


Build A Landscape Kit On Any Budget

Even though technology has certainly changed, the keys to capturing a great landscape haven’t.

Gear Up For The National Parks


Gear Up For The National Parks

The U.S. National Park Service (NPS) manages 392 “units,” including 58 national parks and 74 national monuments.

Also labeled: Cameras, Lenses, Memory Cards, Storage

Solutions: BushHawk Shoulder Mount


Solutions: BushHawk Shoulder Mount

As an avid bird photographer, I’ve tried to photograph birds with big telephoto lenses. When I used film, I shot lots of pictures, but didn’t get many keepers. After I purchased my first digital SLR camera and had taken lots of travel pictures, I dec...

Keeping Your Camera Steady


Keeping Your Camera Steady

Anyone who has attended a George Lepp seminar knows that tripods are a favorite subject! And in the age of digital, where multiple composited images solve problems such as excessive contrast and limited depth of field, a tripod is a must.

Also labeled: How-To, Camera Technique

Quick Support


Quick Support

Tripods and monopods ensure that the images we create are sharp. The sturdy legs and rugged designs offer a stable plat-form for creating virtually any image. There are moments when...

Also labeled: Gear

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