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Continuing with our series, we look at the gear Joshua Holko takes along for photographing in and around Antarctica
It's cold in Antarctica. That's obvious, but what's less obvious, if you haven't been there, is how the cold and wet conditions that you encounter when you're aboard a ship affect the kind of specific gear you take with you.
In autumn, the Northeast gets all of the glory, but the varied climates of the Northwest present some unique and distinctive fall color opportunities, as the Photo Cascadia team shows us
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.
Every time Andy Biggs presses the shutter button, he’s thinking about creating an image that conveys these impressions: remote, timeless, hopeful, uplifting and regal. These adjectives form the core of his approach to photography.
The language a photographer uses to talk about his or her work can be a useful tool to make better photographs.
A lifelong student of the medium, photographer Tony Hertz makes digital black-and-white landscapes with a wet-darkroom sensibility
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 traditional darkroom.