Tripod Head Intelligence
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Tripod Head Intelligence

August 1, 2004 | Zachary Singer
Different head designs offer advantages for the way you work
George’s Top Scenic Tips
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George’s Top Scenic Tips

August 1, 2004 | By George Lepp
From technique to equipment to preparation, these field-tested ideas will help you make better landscape photos
Lenses [And The Landscape]
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Lenses [And The Landscape]

August 1, 2004 | Ibarionex R. Perello
Film Vs. Digital | Zooms | Wide-Angles | Telephotos | Zooms Vs. Fixed
Two Seasons In Patagonia
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Two Seasons In Patagonia

August 1, 2004 | Linde Waidhofer
Exploring the poetic beauty of Chilean Patagonia and the practical benefits of digital capture
Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah
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Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah

August 1, 2004 | Text And Photography By Kenny Clarke

Cedar Breaks National Monument covers 6,100 acres and lies 23 miles east of Cedar City in southern Utah. At more than 2,000 feet deep, the spectacularly colored Cedar Breaks amphitheater is laced with delicately eroded spires, fins, hoodoos and natural arches, the by-product of millions of years of sedimentation and erosion. The canyon’s rim soars at more than 10,000 feet in elevation and is forested with spruce, subalpine fir and quaking aspen.

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