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Tips For Planning a Photography Trip to the National Parks
If you are planning a vacation or shooting adventure in one of the parks this year, here’s a great video from B&H to help you prepare for your trip.
Amateur Photographer Gives Us An Up Close Look At The Wonderful World of Snails
Snails aren’t creatures we usually think are beautiful and adventurous, but amateur photographer Gabi Stickler is setting her macro lens on the wonderful world of these interesting creatures.
Landscape Photographer Credits Photography to Help Him Beat Depression
“Depression had stripped my life of its color but looking through a lens was slowly painting it all back.” William Patino shares his images and his photography journey.
5 Ways to Bring Your Wildlife Photos to Life
The difference between your average holiday-snap wildlife photo and a great photo that makes others look on in awe is significant. How do you bring your photos to life to achieve this? Well, here are some ways to introduce impact into your wildlife photos.
Photographer Gets Up Close and Personal With An Angry Lion
If a lion came charging toward you, would you snap the shot or run?
Photographer Describes How He Captured An Image of A Rare Inverted Iceberg
While on a vacation with his family in Antarctica, photographer Alex Cornell captured images of a rare natural phenomena, an inverted iceberg.
A Useful & Concise Comparison of The Rule Of Thirds vs. The Golden Ratio
Here’s a great explanation about the two most discussed principles of composition in photography. Learn what they are, but then think if you should really be using them at all.
Nature’s Light Show Revealed by the Stunning Long Exposures of Takehito Miyatake
Be amazed at nature’s light show, captured using long exposure by Japanese photographer, Takehito Miyatake.