Shoot The Moon: Night Photography Tips
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Shoot The Moon: Night Photography Tips

March 16, 2010 | Text And Photography By Gary Hart
When the sun sets and the rest of the photographers pack up for the night, you can get some of the most stunning and unique images
National Park Hot Spots Of The Pros
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National Park Hot Spots Of The Pros

March 16, 2010 | Text And Photos By Jack Dykinga, Dewitt Jones. James Kay, John Moran, David Muench, Rob Sheppard
A selection of favorite places for photography in the national park system
Spearfish Canyon, Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota
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Spearfish Canyon, Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota

March 16, 2010 | Text And Photography By Dr. Randall D. Royer

Spearfish Canyon in the northern Black Hills of western South Dakota is located just off of I-90 and close to the town of Spearfish.

Read My Lips
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Read My Lips

March 2, 2010 | By Frans Lanting

Hippos have a bad reputation. They’re often called the most dangerous animal in Africa and are said to be responsible for killing more people than any other wild creature.

The Unguarded Moment
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The Unguarded Moment

March 2, 2010 | By William Sawalich, Photography By Steve McCurry
Steve McCurry’s personal approach has created a career of stunning photographs of people from around the world
New Percentages
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New Percentages

March 2, 2010 | By Staff
Today, “high ISO” means values like 25,600 instead of 800. These dramatic advancements are giving nature photographers a whole new way to think about making images.
In Focus: April 2010
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In Focus: April 2010

March 2, 2010 | By Staff

The Samsung NX10 packs a 14.6-megapixel APS-C-format sensor in a body that’s just 1.6×4.2×3.4 inches.

Gadget Bag: Photo Backpacks
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Gadget Bag: Photo Backpacks

March 2, 2010 | Jon Sienkiewicz
For trekking into the backcountry of a national park, a backpack is the best way to haul your photo gear
America’s Best Idea
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America’s Best Idea

March 2, 2010 | Mark Edward Harris
Outdoor Photographer sits down with Ken Burns to discuss our national parks and the role photographers played in establishing these treasures of the landscape. The legacy of the parks is inexorably tied to the legacy of nature photography in America.
Picturing Culture
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Picturing Culture

March 2, 2010 | By Kim Castleberry, Photography By Cristina Mittermeier
iLCP Executive Director Cristina Mittermeier is at the forefront of the modern conservation movement
Watch Out For Blowout
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Watch Out For Blowout

March 2, 2010 | By George Lepp
Exposures In All The Bright Places • Traveling With Photo Gear •  Fine-Art Prints, Or Not
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