Hosted by landscape photographer Matt Payne, the podcast series “F-Stop Collaborate and Listen” presents informal conversations with nature photographers. They discuss the…
Capturing the Milky Way over a small town in Maine.
Some tips on where to shoot on your first visit to Death Valley National Park.
Focus stacking made easy with the Nikon D850.
Fix a leaning person in wide angle portraits with this simple trick.
ISO 25,600 with 45.7 megapixels? No problem!
The moose shot I’ve been waiting for.
Magic light on the mountains surrounding Homer, Alaska.
A waterfall below an island on a river with a mountain backdrop? Yes, please!
Shooting a Lake Louise reflection in mid-spring.
Capturing a Milky Way panorama with the Northern Lights and Goblins in the desert of Utah.
Capturing the Milky Way in the incredibly dark skies of Utah.
Catching great light above the canyons of Utah.
This shot has been in the planning for about two years or so, and I finally had a chance to…
This photo was taken the day after Christmas in 2013. A snowstorm was moving across parts of New England and…
Ever since I returned to landscape photography in 2008, I have been amazed by the places I’ve visited in my…
In this edition of Behind the Shot, Adam Woodworth shares his first thoughts on using the Nikon D810A for landscape…
If you’re at the PhotoPlus Expo 2106 in New York City you can catch me at the Nikon booth (#401)!…
The Milky Way is so bright that it reflects in the ocean, and the way it shoots up into the sky lines up with the small cove in front of you.
Panoramas are one of the most fun and dramatic ways of capturing the Milky Way over a landscape, created by stitching multiple exposures together in software to capture a much wider field of view than you could capture in a single photo.