Postmodern
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Postmodern

July 7, 2009 | By Dave Willis, Photography By Richard Garrod
The legendary black-and-white imagery of Richard Garrod navigates a fine line between art and nature
Time For Elephants
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Time For Elephants

June 23, 2009 | By Steven Werner / Photography By Karl Ammann
A Kenyan resident for nearly 30 years, Karl Ammann has enjoyed a long association with elephants combined with an unparalleled knowledge of the game parks. A wealth of images is the by-product.
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The Art Of Astrophotography
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The Art Of Astrophotography

June 23, 2009 | Text & Photography By Tony Rowell
Capturing the heavens can be a rewarding and altogether unique form of outdoor photography
Getting Connected
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Getting Connected

June 23, 2009 | By Kim Castleberry / Photography By Florian Schulz
Florian Schulz takes his Freedom to Roam project into the second phase—Baja to the Beaufort Sea
In The Valley Of Kashmir
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In The Valley Of Kashmir

June 9, 2009 | By William A. Sawalich, Photography By John Isaac
John Isaac puts the exotic world of Kashmir into a universal perspective
The Quest For Tigers
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The Quest For Tigers

May 19, 2009 | By Susi Allison-Lama With Butch Lama / Photography By Butch Lama
Delving into India’s wilder side, expedition leaders Susi Allison-Lama and Butch Lama give their perspective from the field on where to find and photograph the Royal Bengal tiger
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Get The Most From A Workshop
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Get The Most From A Workshop

April 21, 2009 | Rob Sheppard
What to look for and what to expect from a photography workshop
Dalls Of Turnagain
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Dalls Of Turnagain

April 21, 2009 | Text And Photography By Moose Peterson
A unique springtime wildlife opportunity lies close to the Alaskan gateway of Anchorage
Landscape Icons From Above
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Landscape Icons From Above

April 21, 2009 | Text And Photography By Bill Fortney
The vistas we all seek as nature photographers get a different spin put on them when shot from 500 feet up in the air
Between The Ocean & The Bay
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Between The Ocean & The Bay

April 21, 2009 | Text And Photography By Jim Clark
The narrow strip of land known to locals as the Delmarva Peninsula is an unpolished gem for nature shooters
Landscape Masters Through Time
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Landscape Masters Through Time

April 6, 2009 | By Staff
Photography’s greats must find philosophical constants while embracing change
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

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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
On The Edge
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On The Edge

December 2, 2008 | Text And Photography By Art Wolfe
Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge series on public television has brought the intrepid nature photographer to some of the most rare and exotic places and cultures in the world
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The Ocean & The Desert
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The Ocean & The Desert

December 2, 2008 | Joseph C. Dovala
There are some surprising similarities for photographers who shoot in these disparate environments
Polar Bears Under Pressure
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Polar Bears Under Pressure

December 2, 2008 | Text And Photography By Matthias Breiter
A firsthand account documents how rising temperatures in the Arctic are depleting food sources and putting the animals at risk
Rediscovering Classic Icons
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Rediscovering Classic Icons

November 18, 2008 | Jim Goldstein
Many of the famous landscapes that we love most aren’t necessarily permanent. Now is the time to visit and photograph these treasures.
The Resurrection Of Glen Canyon
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The Resurrection Of Glen Canyon

November 4, 2008 | Text & Photography By James Kay
A photographer rediscovers a landscape that briefly reemerged in the wake of a prolonged Western drought
Concepts Of Nature
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Concepts Of Nature

November 4, 2008 | By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Andy Rouse
Andy Rouse is among the top wildlife photographers in the world. His new book takes readers into his overall thinking and approach to photography.