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Dave Howard Jun 01, 2000 0 comments

Most of us have, on more occasions than we'd care to count, suffered through "presentations" of vacation photos. Whether fresh out of stacks of processing envelopes, chronologically arranged in albums, or clunk-whacking their...

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Rick Sammon Jun 01, 2000 0 comments

Have you ever been disappointed with your sunset photos? Do they lack color, drama, and impact? If so, here are my quick tips for turning sunset snapshots into great shots!

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Mike Matzkin Jun 01, 2000 1 comments

Quebec City is as close as you can get to Paris without flying over the Atlantic. It feels, thinks and acts French, and is the cradle of French culture in North America. It's a great place to simply immerse yourself in ambiance or...

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Joseph A. Dickerson Jun 01, 2000 0 comments

In the fourth grade every kid in California learns about Father Junípero (say, who-NIP-ero) Serra of Mallorca, Spain. A tough little man who was destined to become both the founder of California and someday, a saint.

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Joe Farace Jun 01, 2000 0 comments

The real adventure of photography
is being passionate about creating images that reflect your view of
the world--not the repetition of someone else's ideas. To produce
great images, you'll sometimes have to...

Outdoor/Travel
Theo Allofs May 01, 2000 0 comments

Great Outdoors

I had already spent quite a bit of time photographing the fruit bats of Australia for a magazine assignment when I was approached to contribute to Daybreak 2000, a coffee-table book in which 120 photographers from...

Rick Sammon Aug 01, 1999 0 comments

I'm a zoom lens man. I use zooms in virtually all my travel work, making exceptions when I need a macro or super telephoto shot.

This was not always the case. Back in...

Outdoor/Travel
Barry Tanenbaum Jun 01, 1999 0 comments

As the songs says, it don't
come easy. Solar eclipse photography is not something to be taken lightly
or accomplished without preparation and protection. First, it can be
very dangerous: without the rightshielding...

Rick Sammon Jun 01, 1999 0 comments

Many amateur photographers have a simple remedy for shooting in low-light conditions--they turn on their flash units and blast the hell out of a scene or subject. Well, that technique sure is effective. For a more pleasing and more creative picture...

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Dave Howard Apr 01, 1999 0 comments

Most photographers are a restless lot, constantly on the lookout for new subjects at which to aim their cameras. Many a cold, winter evening is spent poring over vacation brochures, trying to decide which enticing destination would offer the greatest...

Steve Bedell Apr 01, 1999 0 comments

Ah, Palm Beach. Just the mention of the name brings images of wealth and power to mind. Exotic cars, palatial estates, beautiful people, exclusive stores, and there's so much more--crystal skies, blue-green waters, the Intercoastal Waterway, yachts...

Outdoor/Travel
Jay Abend Apr 01, 1999 1 comments

Over the past several months I've shared with you some of my experiences with getting my studio and location gear together. With new technology rapidly changing the way pro photographers make their living, it really has become a chore to keep up on...

Outdoor/Travel
Joe Farace Apr 01, 1999 0 comments

All of us have made solemn vows that someday we are going to put our travel photographs in an album or arrange the slides into a slide show for family and friends to enjoy, but somehow we never get around to it. For example, what happens when you get back...

Outdoor/Travel
Joseph A. Dickerson Apr 01, 1999 0 comments

Ansel Adams had Yosemite, for Edward Weston it was Point Lobos, while Galen Rowell prefers places with mostly vertical surfaces. It seems that every photographer has his/her special place, a place where all seems in balance, we feel most alive, and the...

Rick Sammon Apr 01, 1999 0 comments

Travel photographers are a unique breed. Some go to the ends of the earth to get pictures that tell a story of a faraway land. Others stay relatively close to home, documenting the pulse of a major metropolitan city--which might be a travel destination to...