Southwestern Safaris
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Southwestern Safaris

February 17, 2009 | Text And Photography By Dave Welling
Extraordinary wildlife photo opportunities exist on the expansive ranches of Texas and northeastern Mexico
Gadget Bag: Plug-Ins For Nature Photographers
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Gadget Bag: Plug-Ins For Nature Photographers

February 10, 2009 | Jon Sienkiewicz
These specialized software plug-ins give you a lot of power in easy-to-use packages
Traversing The Catskills
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Traversing The Catskills

February 10, 2009 | Text And Photography By Michael Tischler
Within easy driving distance of major cities like New York and Boston, this Northeast jewel is a photographer’s haven
Caught In The  Act
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Caught In The Act

February 10, 2009 | By Kim Castleberry, Photography By James Balog
An unprecedented experiment in time-lapse photography reveals how quickly glaciers are melting around the world
NANPA Turns 15
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NANPA Turns 15

February 3, 2009 | Text And Photography By Richard Halperin
The annual Summit is both a gathering of friends and colleagues as well as a wonderful shooting opportunity for attendees
Ladakh, India
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Ladakh, India

February 3, 2009 | By John Harper, Photography By Sanjay Saxena

Bound by two of the world’s highest mountain ranges, the Himalaya to the south and the Karakoram to the north, Ladakh is located in the far northern reaches of India, sitting on the western edge of the Tibetan Plateau at an average altitude of 10,000 feet under crystal-clear skies of the purest azure. The landscape is stark, yet incredibly striking, its dun-colored hills dramatically adorned with whitewashed Buddhist monasteries, many of them ancient.

Nature Photography: Think Like Ansel Adams Today
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Nature Photography: Think Like Ansel Adams Today

February 3, 2009 | Photography By Ansel Adams And Phil Hawkins
Tools and aesthetics have changed, but the techniques of the great American landscape master still apply
Tradition?
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Tradition?

February 3, 2009 | By William Neill
Seek more creative and unique imagery and break free from the past
Up Close And Remote
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Up Close And Remote

February 3, 2009 | By Frans Lanting

Much of what we know about wild chimps comes from studies of forest communities in equatorial Africa, but now a group of savanna chimps living at the edge of this apes’ range in northwest Africa is making us rethink the nature of our closest cousins.

Brave New World
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Brave New World

January 27, 2009 | Mike Stensvold
Two new cameras bring HD video capability to the D-SLR and create a new way for nature photographers to see and share the world through imagery
In Focus: March 2009
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In Focus: March 2009

January 27, 2009 | By Staff

If you like to get creative with your wildlife and nature photography, the Olympus E-30 is loaded with features for going beyond the straight shot. Six Art Effect Filters, including Soft Focus, Pop Art, Grainy Film, Pale & Light, Pin Hole and Light Tone, can be activated using the camera’s mode dial, and you can see their effects in real time on the Live View LCD. Like other Olympus D-SLRs, the E-30 incorporates sensor-shift image stabilization that works with all lenses.

Lake Superior: Edge Of Forever
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Lake Superior: Edge Of Forever

January 27, 2009 | By Dave Willis, Photography By Peter Scott Eide
The incredible expanse of the midwestern Great Lake is captured in the dramatic black-and-white imagery of Peter Scott Eide

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Shoot More, Process Less
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Shoot More, Process Less

January 27, 2009 | Nick Carver
Try these simple rules, and you’ll be able to spend less time in front of your computer screen and more time in the field making photographs
Don’t Take My Kodachrome Away
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Don’t Take My Kodachrome Away

January 27, 2009 | By George Lepp
Scanning Kodachrome • Choosing Quality Lenses • Best ƒ-Stop Revisited • Large-Format Printing
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