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Sandhill Crane

Photographing the rhythms
of the last great
American wildlife migration
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Photo Bucket List

Five inspiring subjects
to add something new
to your portfolio
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The American
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Nature Lovers'
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Classes, Tours &

Plan your next photo adventure and
learn from the pros in stunning locations!
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Favorite Places:
Trillium Lake

The 63-acre lake in Oregon is
surrounded by a mixed conifer forest
and has breathtaking views
of Mt. Hood
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meaningful landscape photos help show ecological value of a place
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Find Your Icon: Making Meaningful Landscape Photos

Beyond merely beautiful images, nature photographers can play a pivotal role in helping to advance conservation efforts to protect wildlife and wilderness

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Mount Liberty, White Mountains, New Hampshire
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Mount Liberty

Part of Franconia Ridge, Mount Liberty is the second-highest mountain peak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

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Photography Gear

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Capture One is an excellent Lightroom alternative for pro photo processing.
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Capture One Pro 11: The Best Lightroom Alternative?

This pro-level Lightroom alternative offers excellent RAW processing and a highly customizable interface.

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Olympus OM-D Horsetail Falls
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Olympus OM-D System: Lighter And Better

The small size of the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II, combined with its high resolution and industry-leading image stabilization, make it the perfect choice for landscape photography.

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Latest Blog Posts

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Tips & Techniques

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Three Quick Nature Photography Tips
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Three Quick Nature Photography Tips

Over the many years I’ve been writing the OP Photo Tip of the Week, I’ve covered diverse topics, targeted tips…

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Keeping your photos safe starts with understanding the hazards
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Keeping Your Photos Safe, Part 1: Don’t Touch Anything!

In this first part of a four-part series, we take an assessment of the basic threats to our photo archives and ways to mitigate those potential problems.

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Pro Perspectives

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Neumayer Channel, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica, 2014.
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Aspects Of The Landscape

Exploring aspect ratios beyond your camera’s default can lead to a new creative direction.

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What’s In A Landscape?

Considering the natural history of the places we photograph.

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