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Peter K. Burian Jun 01, 2000 0 comments

No matter where we travel during the summer, a camera is a constant companion, for recording the sights, scenery, wildlife, and people we encounter. Traveling by air however, does pose problems, especially for those who take a lot of equipment. The risks of damage, theft, and unnecessary...

Outdoor/Travel
Rosalind Smith Oct 01, 2008 0 comments

Ron Haviv has created some of the most moving images of our time, his photographs commanding the highest accolades in the field of photojournalism, including awards from World Press Photo, Overseas Press Club, and Pictures of the Year. Haviv has portrayed the ravages of war, creating the pages of history as the world is being transformed. He has covered conflicts in Panama...

Outdoor/Travel
Susan McCartney May 01, 2004 0 comments

Paris has always been one of my favorite destinations and I've shot many assignments there. My main objective on a recent trip was to update my Paris coverage for a new travel photography book, and importantly, to discover and iron out any possible...

Outdoor/Travel
Richard Pahl Oct 01, 2002 0 comments

We all know the colors of fall, don't we? Golds, greens, oranges, and reds, right? And we all know when fall arrives, right? Sometime after school begins, right? Or does it come around September 21st? Would it surprise you to know...

Outdoor/Travel, Portraiture
Rosalind Smith Jan 01, 2006 0 comments

Alex Webb's world is a vision of color. Each place he visits offers a new and expressive luminance. His joy in color is apparent as he speaks about Latin America, the Caribbean, the particular color note to the brown of Africa in the early morning and late afternoon light and the red tones where the aluminum in the soil brings forth the warm hues of the earth.

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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...

Kenneth J. Stei... Aug 01, 2003 0 comments

A Macro Photography Primer

In photography courses that I have taught, it has been common for people to tell me about their "Macro" function on their 35-70mm or 70-210mm lens. Although these lenses are adequate for some...

Outdoor/Travel
Efrain M. Padro May 01, 2008 0 comments

Straddling the border between Argentina and Brazil, the Iguazú Falls are one of the world's most dramatic waterfalls. Comprised of 250 separate cascades, the falls tumble about 200 ft from the Upper to the Lower Iguazú River below. The combination of massive waterfalls, lush subtropical vegetation, and varied local fauna makes this UNESCO World Natural Heritage...

Outdoor/Travel
Efrain Padr Apr 01, 2010 14 comments

As I kneel on the ground looking through my viewfinder at a particularly pleasing collection of tulips, it occurs to me that nothing grabs my attention more quickly than a display of nature’s bright colors, especially after a long, gray winter. And if color, flowers, and other photogenic subjects are what you crave, The Netherlands’ Lowlands—a swath approximately 35 miles long...

Outdoor/Travel
Joseph A. Dickerson Nov 01, 2002 0 comments

Riddle: what do Ansel Adams, the Lone Ranger, Hopalong Cassidy, William Mulholland, and Gunga Din all have in common? Answer: a geographical area of California that is as rich in human history, geological wonder, and photographic beauty...

Lighting, Outdoor/Travel
Roger W. Hicks May 01, 2002 0 comments

Where are alternatives to
on-camera flash. Understanding this is one of the defining moments in
most photographers' progress. Up to a certain point, you just turn on
the flash, or shrug and say, "There isn't enough light." Then, one day--like
a...

Outdoor/Travel, Passport
Jack Hollingsworth Aug 01, 2006 0 comments

With a lot of my business coming from stock images, I travel at least six months of the year to take pictures related to travel, leisure, health, lifestyles, and business. Along with a lot of other stock and travel photographers, I've realized that the next frontiers for photographs are India and China. They are the emerging markets, and more and more photographs from those...

Outdoor/Travel
Chuck Graham Apr 01, 2011 0 comments

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, located in the Colorado Desert (two hours east of San Diego and three hours south of Los Angeles), is California’s largest state park. It’s also a World Biosphere Reserve meant to demonstrate a balanced relationship between man and nature.

The park encompasses 600,000 acres containing 500 miles of dirt roads, 12 wilderness...

Peter K. Burian Apr 01, 2001 0 comments

In most parts of North America, March signifies the beginning of spring, but it's the April showers that bring the best flowers. By the end of this month, gardens all around us will be lavished with vibrant colors making a highly appealing...

Outdoor/Travel, Passport
Jack Hollingsworth Dec 01, 2007 0 comments

Call it instinct or intuition, but something is telling you what pictures you should be taking. I call it the quiet little voice, and when it talks, I try to listen. The problem is, as we move on in our careers, or our hobbies, other voices take over, and we often stop listening, or listening enough, to the guiding voice that comes from within.

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