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The Clearest Path To Black & White

February 21, 2020 | By William Sawalich / Photography By Marc Koegel
For Marc Koegel, the experience is more important than the photograph
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Into The Wild

February 5, 2020 | By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By David Yarrow
Behind the scenes with David Yarrow and his unconventional approach to wildlife photography
image of Nyungwe
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Filming In The Land Of 1,000 Hills

January 30, 2020 | By Wes Pitts / Photography By Chema Domenech
A short film by Chema Domenech transports us to Rwanda’s Nyungwe Forest National Park through the eyes of a remarkable guide.
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Keep It Wild

November 14, 2019 | By Peter Mather
Photographing the epic porcupine caribou migration to highlight the singularity of—and importance of protecting—the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
an image from a year photographing the national parks
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A Year Photographing The National Parks

October 23, 2019 | Text & Photography Jonathan Irish
Ten highlights from an epic tour photographing all of the U.S. national parks
photographing a scientific expedition with the help of local guides
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Photographing A Scientific Expedition

August 8, 2019 | Text & Photography By Christina Selby
For the photo adventure of a lifetime, use your skills to help document a scientific expedition
paul nicklen born to ice walrus
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Ends Of The Earth

March 28, 2019 | By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By Paul Nicklen
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
Bee-eaters, photo by George Lepp
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A Life In Pictures

February 12, 2019 | By William Sawalich / Photography By George Lepp
George Lepp forged his life’s work out of a passion for helping others, a love of pushing boundaries and an untiring eagerness to see what’s next
Winter wildlife Grand Teton bison herd
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Winter Wildlife In Grand Teton

February 6, 2019 | Text & Photography By Henry Holdsworth
For photographing wildlife in winter, it’s hard to beat the abundance of opportunity and majestic surroundings in Jackson Hole
Near a diversion dam along the Platte River
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A Braided Journey: Where Does Our Water Come From?

November 15, 2018 | Text & Photography By Michael Forsberg
Photographing an incredible 1,300-mile exploration, following the water of the Platte River Basin
Brown bear cubs, photo by Ashleigh Scully
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Leading The Field

November 8, 2018 | By William Sawalich / Photography By Ashleigh Scully
At 16 years old, Ashleigh Scully is already an acclaimed wildlife photographer, and she’s just getting started
Favorite Fall Color Photo Locations: Blue Ridge Parkway
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Favorite Fall Color Photo Locations

October 9, 2018 | Text & Photography By Adam Jones
A selection of my top spots for autumn photography, including iconic destinations as well as some less-obvious choices

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Feeling Lucky In The Inside Passage

September 26, 2018 | Text & Photography By Jason Bradley
Home to an awesome array of wildlife both above and below the sea, the Inside Passage stretching from Washington state to Alaska is a prime destination for photographers
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Wild Exposures

September 19, 2018 | By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By Beverly Joubert
Beverly and Dereck Joubert have dedicated their lives and imagery to expanding conservation of Africa’s threatened wildlife and habitats
Photographing marine biology: Cyerce nigricans
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Denizen Of The Deep

September 10, 2018 | By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By Kevin Lee
Underwater photographer Kevin Lee on his passion for documenting marine biology, especially macro subjects
Drones for landscape photography, image of pack ice
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Have Drone, Will Travel

August 29, 2018 | Text & Photography By Kerik Kouklis
Include one of these “flying cameras” in your photography kit for unique perspectives that add a new dimension to your portfolio
Photo of Conrad Anker by Jimmy Chin
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Life On The Edge With Jimmy Chin

August 7, 2018 | By Mark Edward Harris / Photography By Jimmy Chin
How childhood trips to national parks, combined with a passion for skiing and climbing, led to Jimmy Chin’s unique career in photography
Horned puffins near Katmai National Park
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Katmai For Wildlife

July 9, 2018 | Text & Photography By Jaymi Heimbuch
The dramatic landscapes of Katmai National Park in southern Alaska are home to an abundance of wildlife photo opportunities
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Understanding The Tripod Ban

June 29, 2018 | Text & Photography By Justin Black
As our public land managers struggle to balance access and enjoyment with preservation and safety, photographers can play an important role in the good stewardship of our national parks
Photo Road Trip: sunrise from Dead Horse Point
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Epic Photo Road Trip

June 11, 2018 | Text & Photography By Adam Woodworth
Charting a course from Maine to Alaska for the photo adventure of a lifetime