Bird Photo Tips
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Bird Photo Tips

February 1, 2016 | Text And Photography By Mike Stensvold
Catching inspiring images of birds takes more than just good luck
Fast Lenses
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Fast Lenses

June 1, 2008 | The Editors
In the digital age, the advantages of a big maximum aperture are greater than ever
Traveling Into The Backcountry
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Traveling Into The Backcountry

June 1, 2008 | By Adam Crawford And Dave Willis
Prepare for any expedition by equipping your vehicle with the photographic essentials
Tripod Dexterity
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Tripod Dexterity

June 1, 2008 | Text And Photography By Rob Sheppard
Think creatively when deciding which tripod to buy and how to make the most use of its features in the field. OP goes into the wildflowers with a sampling of three tripods to prove the point.
Gadget Bag: Photo Backpacks
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Gadget Bag: Photo Backpacks

June 1, 2008 | Jon Sienkiewicz
Modern materials coupled with innovative designs provide more choices than ever
Pentax K20D
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Pentax K20D

June 1, 2008 | The Editors
A new 14.6-megapixel APS-C sensor makes this new D-SLR ideal for landscapes and wildlife
In Focus: June 2008
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In Focus: June 2008

June 1, 2008 | By OP Editors

Weighing just 13.4 ounces, without battery or lens, the 10-megapixel Olympus E-420 is billed as the world’s smallest D-SLR. Top features include instant autofocusing of live images on the HyperCrystal II 2.7-inch LCD and Shadow Adjustment technology for capturing better detail in dark areas while keeping highlight detail.

Legacy
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Legacy

June 1, 2008 | By James Lawrence, Photography By David Muench
Half a century of photography, half a hundred exhibit books and still going strong—David Muench has a new book of the work that has made him a world treasure
Kenya
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Kenya

June 1, 2008 | Text And Photography By Ryan Stevenson
Top outfitters share safari planning tips to help you focus on the best opportunities for the trip of a lifetime
Assignment Vietnam
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Assignment Vietnam

June 1, 2008 | By Bill Hatcher
A snapshot sparks an idea
Shoot Like Ansel Adams With 35mm D-SLRs
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Shoot Like Ansel Adams With 35mm D-SLRs

June 1, 2008 | Adam Crawford
Today’s tilt-shift lenses offer unparalleled perspective control
Blowing Rocks Preserve, Florida
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Blowing Rocks Preserve, Florida

June 1, 2008 | Text And Photography By David Terk

Blowing Rocks Preserve is a spectacular sanctuary located on Jupiter Island, Florida, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon. The preserve features several coastal ecotones, transition areas between ecosystems, including maritime hammocks, mangrove wetlands and beach dunes. A ledge of surf-carved, petrified marine sediment, dating to the Pleistocene era and referred to as Anastasia limestone, is the main attraction.

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The World Is Your Classroom
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The World Is Your Classroom

June 1, 2008 | Adam Crawford
Photographic tours and workshops offer hands-on learning experiences with professional photographers in incredible and iconic locations
The Need For Speed
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The Need For Speed

June 1, 2008 | By George Lepp
Speed Trumps All • More Display Methods • Capturing In RAW + JPEG • Keeping On Budget • Erase, Erase, Erase
Master Of The Moment
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Master Of The Moment

June 1, 2008 | Bob Krist
The Photo Traveler in conversation with Joe McNally
Assignment Vietnam
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Assignment Vietnam

June 1, 2008 | By Bill Hatcher
A snapshot sparks an idea
Focus On The Foreground
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Focus On The Foreground

June 1, 2008 | By William Neill
Look down to add depth and emotion to your images
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