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The Art of Luminosity, Part 1
Understanding light to improve your photography.
5 National Parks For Summer
They’re not too hot, not too crowded and they offer tons of summer-specific photographic opportunities.
Camera Settings For Wildlife Photography
How to choose the right combination of exposure settings for the situation.
Ends Of The Earth
Paul Nicklen on his career in conservation photography, climate change in the polar regions and his new book, Born To Ice, celebrating those ecosystems and their inhabitants.
Adventure Sports Photography: Challenge Accepted
Tips and techniques for getting started in adventure sports photography.
Photographing this iconic feature of Lake Tahoe.
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5 Stunning National Parks For Photographers
America’s national parks provide endless opportunities for nature photographers. From breathtaking scenery to incredible wildlife sightings, these are just five of the outstanding national parks that should be at the top of everyone’s must-see list.
1. Yellowstone National Park
Flora and fauna and out-of-this-world nature of the land combine to form the outdoor photographer’s dream destination at America’s first national park. Read more …
2. Joshua Tree National Park
Named for a tree-like succulent that’s actually a member of the agave family, Joshua Tree is a landscape distinguishable from all its desert counterparts, complete with its own characteristics and eccentricities. Read more …
3. Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park
Located on the Big Island, Kilauea Volcano at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is photographer CJ Kale’s favorite subject, and he moved from Oahu for easier access to capture its unfolding drama from land, sea and air. Read more …
4. Glacier National Park
A photo adventure to Montana’s Glacier National Park offers a lifetime supply of scenes and subjects, with the unique opportunity to photograph glaciers, wildlife and meadows in the same day. Read more …
5. Yosemite National Park
Yosemite is so rich with photo subjects, it’s hard to decide where to begin. Consider these tips and recommendations your cure for analysis paralysis when photographing this crown jewel of the U.S. National Park system. Read more …
Point Reyes National Seashore
One of the best-kept secrets of the National Park Service is a year-round wildlife destination. Read now.