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Engineer Creates Visualization to Help Avoid Crowds at US National Parks
For photographers looking to avoid crowds, these charts can be an invaluable planning tool and be the difference between capturing an iconic landscape and experiencing frustration.
Prisoners: A Photo Story Showing the Pain of Animals Kept in a Zoo in Bangladesh
An emotional Photo Story by Shafiqul Islam showing the pain of animals kept in a zoo in Bangladesh.
Photographing Bighorn Sheep with the Sigma 60-600mm Sports Lens
The Sigma 60-60mm is one of the most versatile, sharp, and stable lenses in the telephoto market (in the f/4.5-6.3 zone) but it’s weight and size might not make it a lens for everyone.
Wildlife Photography With A Wide-Angle Lens For Impact| Getting Your Subject & The Surroundings
To stand out you’ve got to be willing to put down the old standards. Switch up your lens type for wildlife photography with environmental drama
Wildlife Photographer Beautifully Captures the Devastating Impact of Litter In Nature
British TV presenter and wildlife photographer Chris Packham captures the plight of nature against littering in the UK.
10 Things Every Nature Photographer Should Have In Their Bag
Over the years, I’ve had a lot of moments where I’ve wanted to tear my hair out because I didn’t have that essential accessory to hand.
Nikon D500 | Nikon Announces The New Flagship DX DSLR
It’s a big week for Nikon. Today they’ve announced the new flagship DX DSLR, the D500, and finally, this looks more and more like a true D300s successor, and borrows heartily from the D5