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Mobile Mondays: Finding your way outdoors with ViewRanger
Do you want to find your way outdoors using topographical maps, trail guides and offline GPS navigation in the palm...
Fun with macro photography in the yard
True macro photography is defined as the subject being life-size or larger than the object being photographed. I personally have...
How to take outdoor portrait photographs: 10 (simple) tips
The relatively controlled and static nature of a studio is often the most ideal place to shoot a portrait. After...
Photographer of the Day: Ken Childress
Category: Outdoor Photographer: Ken Childress Photo: "Green River Overlook Sunset" One of the hardest things to do in a landscape photograph (in...
Abstract photo art from nature
Creating abstract photo art from nature is a wonderful way to turn a ho-hum overcast photo day into one that...
Outdoor photography at Oak Creek, part one
Outdoor photography encompasses a myriad of subjects from landscapes to avian creatures crossing the heavens above. I’ll be exploring this...
Free Viewbug flash courses to get you started with outdoor photography
Spring and summer is the perfect time to tune up some of your outdoor photography skills, and Viewbug has just...
Photographer of the Day: David Simon
Category: Outdoor Photographer: David Simon Photo: “Waterfall - Isle of Skye - Scotland” While I'm always a sucker for a...
Utilizing a Fill Flash During Bright, Sunny Conditions
Oftentimes we can't schedule our photoshoots around perfect sky conditions. Especially during the summer, the long days and high sun...
Photographer of the Day: Stéphane Hernandez
Category: Outdoors Photographer: Stéphane Hernandez "Cascade Moustier_1" I'm a sucker for waterfalls, but his beautiful photo caught my eye with its...
Photographer of the Day: sfowlerphotos
Category: Outdoors Photographer: sfowlerphotos "textures of the edge of the world" This aptly named photo is all about textures. The black...
Photographing Wildlife Up Close… the Right Way
Usually, my articles have a lighthearted note, full of photography wit and wisdom (bite your tongue, let me cling to...

Fun with macro photography in the yard

True macro photography is defined as the subject being life-size or larger than the object being photographed. I personally have a slightly looser definition. It means creating an image that can reveal detail more than is visible to the casual

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Canyonlands National Park

Photographer of the Day: Ken Childress

Category: Outdoor Photographer: Ken Childress Photo: “Green River Overlook Sunset” One of the hardest things to do in a landscape photograph (in my opinion) is to capture the vastness of a scene like this. Ken has done a wonderful job of doing

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Abstract photo art from nature

Creating abstract photo art from nature is a wonderful way to turn a ho-hum overcast photo day into one that gets you some colorful décor imagery. Keep this in your back pocket on days when it just isn’t working for

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Outdoor photography at Oak Creek, part one

Outdoor photography encompasses a myriad of subjects from landscapes to avian creatures crossing the heavens above. I’ll be exploring this subject on a regular basis, sharing my gear selection, techniques, composition and much more. Oak Creek, Arizona Combing through my

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Photographer of the Day: David Simon

Category: Outdoor Photographer: David Simon Photo: “Waterfall – Isle of Skye – Scotland” While I’m always a sucker for a good waterfall photo, it was the fantastic light that made me pause. Absolutely gorgeous! Technically perfect, wonderful colors, and razor

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Photographer of the Day: Stéphane Hernandez

Category: Outdoors Photographer: Stéphane Hernandez “Cascade Moustier_1” I’m a sucker for waterfalls, but his beautiful photo caught my eye with its delicious painterly feel, and the hidden staircase winding up the bank on the right side of the frame. This gives

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Photographer of the Day: sfowlerphotos

Category: Outdoors Photographer: sfowlerphotos “textures of the edge of the world” This aptly named photo is all about textures. The black and white treatment serves to remove the distractions of color, and let the viewer bask in details. The leading lines

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Canyonlands National Park

Photographer of the Day: Ken Childress

Category: Outdoor Photographer: Ken Childress Photo: “Green River Overlook Sunset” One of the hardest things to do in a landscape photograph (in my opinion) is to capture the vastness of a scene like this. Ken has done a wonderful job of doing

Read More

Abstract photo art from nature

Creating abstract photo art from nature is a wonderful way to turn a ho-hum overcast photo day into one that gets you some colorful décor imagery. Keep this in your back pocket on days when it just isn’t working for

Read More

Outdoor photography at Oak Creek, part one

Outdoor photography encompasses a myriad of subjects from landscapes to avian creatures crossing the heavens above. I’ll be exploring this subject on a regular basis, sharing my gear selection, techniques, composition and much more. Oak Creek, Arizona Combing through my

Read More

Photographer of the Day: David Simon

Category: Outdoor Photographer: David Simon Photo: “Waterfall – Isle of Skye – Scotland” While I’m always a sucker for a good waterfall photo, it was the fantastic light that made me pause. Absolutely gorgeous! Technically perfect, wonderful colors, and razor

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Stéphane Hernandez

Category: Outdoors Photographer: Stéphane Hernandez “Cascade Moustier_1” I’m a sucker for waterfalls, but his beautiful photo caught my eye with its delicious painterly feel, and the hidden staircase winding up the bank on the right side of the frame. This gives

Read More

Photographer of the Day: sfowlerphotos

Category: Outdoors Photographer: sfowlerphotos “textures of the edge of the world” This aptly named photo is all about textures. The black and white treatment serves to remove the distractions of color, and let the viewer bask in details. The leading lines

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Photographer of the Day: Tassanee

Category: Outdoors Photographer: Tassanee “Celestial” I think the key to a great Milky Way shot is having a strong foreground to provide a sense of scale and wonder. I think Tassanee picked an ideal location, and the Milky Way is a

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Photographer of the Day: Martin Bishop

Category: Outdoors Photographer: Martin Bishop “Fishing Boat Anchored in Cullercoats Bay” There is beauty in simplicity, and our Photographer of the Day, Martin Bishop, has done a great job of creating a simply beautiful photograph. The silhouette of the fishing boat

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