Landscape Lenses
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Landscape Lenses

September 1, 2007 | By George Lepp
Focusing On Focal Lengths • Cave Photography • What You Should Bring • Tilt/Shift Lenses For Landscapes
No-Light Landscapes
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No-Light Landscapes

September 1, 2007 | Bob Krist
Sunset isn't the time to put away your camera
On Landscape: A Sense Of Scale
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On Landscape: A Sense Of Scale

August 1, 2007 | By William Neill
Be versatile, and you can build perspective into your landscape images
The Changing Landscape Of Printing
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The Changing Landscape Of Printing

August 1, 2007 | By Staff
The digital print gives photographers more freedom and control in getting great images.
Sharpening Techniques
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Sharpening Techniques

August 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
A strong use of Radius in Unsharp Mask may help your nature images
Luminosity Control In Photoshop
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Luminosity Control In Photoshop

August 1, 2007 | George DeWolfe
What does it take to visualize luminosity in black-and-white and color photography, then see and control it in Photoshop?
Extreme Neutral Density
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Extreme Neutral Density

August 1, 2007 | Daryl Benson
Taking super-long exposures with ND filters can add an artistic component to your photography
As Simple As Black And White
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As Simple As Black And White

August 1, 2007 | Jon Sienkiewicz
Shoot in B&W or convert in Photoshop? That is the question...
Gadget Bag: Unusual Tripods
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Gadget Bag: Unusual Tripods

August 1, 2007 | David Willis
Tricky photo ops require tricky solutions. These tripods offer uncompromised stability and innovations designed for atypical situations.
Sigma SD14
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Sigma SD14

August 1, 2007 | Mike Stensvold
Is this new D-SLR, with its unique image sensor, great for outdoors?
Tokina AT-X 107 DX AF 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 Fish-Eye
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Tokina AT-X 107 DX AF 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 Fish-Eye

August 1, 2007 | David Willis
A creative approach to nature photography provided by this ultra-wide-angle zoom
In Focus: August 2007
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In Focus: August 2007

August 1, 2007 | By Staff

Take landscape and nature shots with finely tuned color using the Sigma DP1. This high-end compact camera features the same unique Foveon X3 direct image sensor, with 14-megapixel color photosites, used in the SD14 D-SLR for capturing full and accurate color image information. The sensor uses three silicon embedded layers of photo sensors, stacked to take advantage of silicon’s ability to absorb red, green and blue light at different respective depths. The sensor is physically as big as sensors on other compact digital cameras by a factor of 10 to 12. The DP1 features a 16.6mm ƒ/4 lens (35mm equivalent of 28mm), a 2.5-inch LCD and shoots RAW and JPEG formats.

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Full-Frame vs. Small-Frame Digital (Does It Matter?)
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Full-Frame vs. Small-Frame Digital (Does It Matter?)

August 1, 2007 | Mike Stensvold
Digital sensors come in a variety of sizes. Is bigger better?
Delta Mountains, Alaska
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Delta Mountains, Alaska

August 1, 2007 | Text And Photography By Carl R. Battreall

A five-hour drive north of Anchorage, Alaska, brings you to the eastern section of the Alaska Range and the beautiful Delta Mountains, where jagged peaks, splintered glaciers, boreal forests, turquoise lakes and milky rivers can be found. The Delta Mountains are the most accessible mountains in the range and are surrounded by three of Alaska’s main highways—the Glenn, the Richardson and the Alaska.

Earth, Water, Sky: The Magic Of Lake Superior
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Earth, Water, Sky: The Magic Of Lake Superior

August 1, 2007 | Jim Clark
Craig Blacklock uses the camera to explore the natural world and create images that inform, educate and inspire
Old Growth In The East
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Old Growth In The East

August 1, 2007 | George Wuerthner
From Florida to Maine, rare photo opportunities can be found among forests with tree stands dating back to the 18th century and earlier
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