A Case For
Black & White

Core concepts for successful
black-and-white photography
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Virunga Gorilla
Trekking Adventure

Photographing and gorilla
trekking in the footsteps
of Dian Fossey
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Carte Blanche

Removing colors is
an opportunity, not
a limitation
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In Search Of
The Great Gray

Lessons learned in my
quest to photograph one
of nature’s most rare
and elusive owls
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Shooting For
Black & White

Considerations when deciding
if monochrome is the
right choice for a subject
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Classes, Tours & Workshops

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

Tips for photographing Courthouse Rock
near Bridgeport, Nebraska
Explore This Favorite Place

On Location

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Mongolia ice patterns
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Expedition To Mongolia

Photographing the starkly beautiful Mongolian landscape in winter.

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Black Moshannon State Park
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Black Moshannon State Park

Unique for its bogs and wetlands, Black Moshannon State Park is secluded and surrounded by a 43,000-acre state forest, ideal for landscape photography.

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Photography Gear

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Snake River sunrise taken with the Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2
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Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2

This updated wide-to-standard zoom is an excellent value with its fast, constant ƒ/2.8 maximum aperture and advanced Vibration Compensation.

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Olympus OM-D System: World Traveler

For Olympus Visionary Jay Dickman, the combination of extremely compact gear and exceptional image quality makes the Olympus OM-D system unbeatable.

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Latest Blog Posts

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Winter In Death Valley

January 23, 2018 | Text & Photography By Adam Woodworth
Behind The Shot: After The Fire
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Behind The Shot: After The Fire

January 10, 2018 | Text & Photography By Andy Wolcott

Tips & Techniques

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Photo Bucket List: Chasing A Monsoon Storm
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Jump Start Your Photo Bucket List

Five inspiring subjects to add something new to your portfolio.

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Photographic Portals
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Photographic Portals

The definition of a portal is a doorway or entrance into something else. It can be grand and imposing or…

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Pro Perspectives

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red-bellied woodpecker photographed from a photo blind
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Using Photo Blinds

Ways to conceal our presence as wildlife photographers, allowing us to capture natural behavior while minimizing disruption for our subjects.

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Forest Tapestry

Focusing on details reveals a more personal viewpoint.

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