Photographer’s Guide: Getting Ready To Travel
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Photographer’s Guide: Getting Ready To Travel

January 1, 2008 | David Cardinal
Follow these tips to help you plan your next photography trip, so you‚’ll be ready to get the shot
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The Last Frontier
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The Last Frontier

January 1, 2008 | Tom Bol
Grizzly bears, old-growth rain forest and state-sized glaciers are just a few of the photo opportunities in Alaska‚’s Chugach Mountains
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Whiteout
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Whiteout

January 1, 2008 | Kim Castleberry
A new book shows how the planet's changing climate is affecting life in the Arctic
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Making A Conversion
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Making A Conversion

January 1, 2008 | James Kay
A professional landscape photographer tells why and how using advanced capabilities in software can give new life to color images by converting them to black-and-white
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Catching Lightning In A Camera
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Catching Lightning In A Camera

January 1, 2008 | By George Lepp
Lightning Trigger‚ Printer Basics, D-SLR Advantages, Zooms Vs. Fixed-Focal-Lengths, Upsizing Files
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Dodging The Magic Bullet
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Dodging The Magic Bullet

January 1, 2008 | Bob Krist
It's not the number of megapixels in your camera, it's what you do with them
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Playing Ansel
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Playing Ansel

January 1, 2008 | By William Neill
New possibilities for the classic craft of black-and-white
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The Art Of Exhibition
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The Art Of Exhibition

January 1, 2008 | Deborah Klochko
Putting your work on display, whether in a gallery, museum, local coffeehouse or your living room, is a rewarding opportunity to tell a visual story
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Lightroom For Nature Photographers
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Lightroom For Nature Photographers

January 1, 2008 | Rob Sheppard
Adobe's newest entry in digital imaging is a powerful tool for outdoor shooters
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Gadget Bag: Image Stability
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Gadget Bag: Image Stability

January 1, 2008 | Adam Crawford
Get sharp handheld exposures with image-stabilization technology
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In Focus: January/February 2008
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In Focus: January/February 2008

January 1, 2008 | By Staff
Shoot with a pair of newly designed high-end, wide-angle Nikon zooms built for digital photography. The AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm ƒ/2.8G ED lens lets you go for that ultrawide landscape shot, while the AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm ƒ/2.8G ED lens can be used for capturing various types of photographs. Both feature Nikon’s Silent Wave Motor, which delivers fast autofocusing without much noise. Extra-low-dispersion glass elements prevent chromatic aberrations, so you capture sharp, clear images with great contrast.
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Burnout
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Burnout

January 1, 2008 | By Bill Hatcher
When a creative slump happens, change your visual diet
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Sugarcreek Metropark, Ohio
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Sugarcreek Metropark, Ohio

January 1, 2008 | Text And Photography By Dave Fischer
Sugarcreek MetroPark is located near the town of Bellbrook, 13 miles southeast of Dayton in southwestern Ohio. This family-friendly nature preserve is part of the Five Rivers MetroParks system of the Greater Dayton area. It surrounds a long stretch of scenic Sugar Creek and consists of several miles of easy to moderately difficult hiking trails along the creek and through the wooded hillsides. Specific trails lead to park features like the Three Sisters (a group of 550-year-old giant oak trees), the Osage Orange Tunnel, Sycamore Ridge, a stand of beechwoods and a tall-grass prairie.
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Sentinels Of The High Country
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Sentinels Of The High Country

January 1, 2008 | James Lawrence
Seeking out the bristlecone pine in the rarified air of the mountain Southwest, David Muench finds both spiritual pilgrimage and everlasting challenge
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