Gadget Bag: Publish or Perish
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Gadget Bag: Publish or Perish

March 24, 2009 | Jon Sienkiewicz
New options are making it easier and more fun for you to create your own photo book
Rocky Mountain High
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Rocky Mountain High

March 24, 2009 | Text & Photography By Glenn Randall
With an analytical approach and a love for dramatic peaks and roaring rivers, Glenn Randall lives where he gets plenty of photographic opportunities every day of the year
Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge, Fort Calhoun, Nebraska
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Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge, Fort Calhoun, Nebraska

March 24, 2009 | Text And Photography By Derrald Farnsworth-Livingston

Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge offers visitors a quiet habitat with a variety of wildlife and scenery. Located in Fort Calhoun on the eastern edge of Nebraska, a short 15-mile drive from Omaha on U.S. Highway 75, the area was once a collection of deposits from the Missouri River braided with eroded channels, the major one being Boyer Chute. In 1937, the chute was blocked to improve navigation along the Missouri River, which resulted in thousands of acres of destroyed natural habitat. In 1992, the refuge was founded in an effort to restore more than 4,000 acres of riparian woodland, tallgrass prairies and wetlands.

Be A  Photography Rebel
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Be A Photography Rebel

March 24, 2009 | Text And Photography By Ian J. Plant
10 tips to create unique and powerful images
Web Optimization Part II
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Web Optimization Part II

March 24, 2009 | Jim Goldstein
Working with sharpness, watermarks and metadata
Power Cloning
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Power Cloning

March 23, 2009 | Text And Photography By Tony Kuyper
Instead of wrestling with tools that only can do part of the job, try this technique to clone color while maintaining the all-important texture in your image
Full-Frame  D-SLRs
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Full-Frame D-SLRs

March 10, 2009 | Staff
Nature photographers now have six models from which to choose at widely varying prices. These cameras are about more than just a larger image sensor.
In Focus: April 2009
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In Focus: April 2009

March 10, 2009 | Staff

Pentax is releasing its K2000 in a unique white version as a double-zoom kit. The entry-level model is aimed at those looking to move up from a compact camera to a D-SLR. The smc Pentax DA L 18-55mm ƒ/3.5-5.6 AL and 50-200mm ƒ/4-5.6 AL lenses that come in the kit also are white.

Favorite Places: From Readers & Pros
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Favorite Places: From Readers & Pros

March 10, 2009 | Staff
For real estate and nature photography, there’s nothing as important as location. Check out this selection of diverse places around the country so you can be in the right place to get your shots.
Adventure, Kiwi Style
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Adventure, Kiwi Style

March 10, 2009 | By Bill Hatcher
A photography journey Down Under documenting the masters of sport
Geotagging
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Geotagging

March 10, 2009 | Josh Weisberg
How to use technology to stay organized and track your photography
Just A Little Background Information
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Just A Little Background Information

March 10, 2009 | By George Lepp
Blurry Backgrounds • A New-Sized Sensor? • Brighter Nights • Sharing CF Cards • Wishing On A Starburst

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Lights, Locomotive, Action!
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Lights, Locomotive, Action!

March 10, 2009 | Bob Krist
Getting the sun, the earth and a train to align for a perfect shot
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