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National Parks Safety Tips For Photographers
Before heading into the wild, read these tips for planning and enjoying a safe, successful photo adventure.
How To Use Focus Peaking For Maximum Sharpness
How to use focus peaking to get maximum sharpness with every shot.
Into The Wild
Behind the scenes with David Yarrow and his unconventional approach to wildlife photography.
Parks For The People
George Grant toiled in obscurity for nearly three decades as the first official photographer of the National Park Service. Ren and Helen Davis want to make sure his story isn’t lost to history.
Lenses For Wildlife Photography
When it comes to selecting lenses for wildlife photography, the first thing most photographers look for is focal length—a long lens that can reach out and cover great distances, bringing animals in for close-ups—but other features are also incredibly useful.
Watson Lake Park is located four miles north of downtown Prescott, Arizona.
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The Photography Alphabet, In 5 Parts
Explore numerous photo concepts from A to Z with these guides that are designed to expand your knowledge and advance your technique.
Part 1—A To E
This first guide covers Aperture, Bracketing, Composition, Deleting and Editing. Read more …
Part 2—F To J
Part 2 covers Focus, Graduated ND Filter, Histogram, ISO and Juxtapose. Read more …
Part 3—K To O
The third part in the series tackles Keystone, Light, Mastery, Noise and having an Open mind. Read more …
Part 4—P To T
In Part 4, we’ll take a look at using a Polarizer, Quality over Quantity, capturing RAW files, Shooting frequency and using a Tripod. Read more …
Part 5—U To Z
In the final part of the series, you’ll learn about Underexposure, studying the Viewfinder, using Window Light, XQD and XMP, making it all about You, and using the Zoom. 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.