The Only Subject Youll Ever Need. Ever

Marcin Sobas has a body of work that speaks to a photography maxim: Nature is still the best subject. The endless cycle of birth, growth, death and rebirth; the arc of the sun and the moon in a 24 hou... See full article

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A Curation of SuperRad Photos The Best of 2012 [43 images]

It’s New Year’s Eve 2012! While the New Year stands for new beginnings, resolutions, and clean slates, it’s also a chance to look back at 2012… a fascinating year. From the eye... See full article

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9 Reasons to Go Wild This Weekend

Damn if the weather this summer hasn’t alternated between drought conditions and torrential storms. One week the plants are wilting, the next, they’re looking for a snorkel, trying their d... See full article

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What do I look for on a Photo Walk? Part II Walk in Nature

Many of you enjoyed reading part I, City Walks. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on the subject, keep the comments and suggestions coming! I live within minutes from a very large metropolitan area ... See full article

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John Shaw Nature and Digital Photography Seminars

If you stop learning, you stop creating history and become history. Vadim Kotelnikov The quote above has been said many different ways and attributed to many different people. I like the version above... See full article

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Product Review Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS USM Super Telephoto Lens

Before I begin this article, I would like to ask each of you to remember the people of Japan. The challenges and hardships they are enduring go far beyond the events of the earthquake and tsunami. I o... See full article

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6 Tips For Wildlife Photography

If you enjoy nature photography or have always wanted to try your hand at it, here are a few tips that will help you enjoy your experiences and capture better images. There have been many books publis... See full article

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Hidden Gems for Outdoor Photography

Over the last six or eight months, Tiffany and I have offered a number of articles discussing ideas of where and what to shoot ranging from your backyard to personal treasures like ceramic frogs. This... See full article

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How To Photograph a Waterfall

The photo above demonstrates the lovely soft effect of photographing the motion blur of a waterfall. Here’s how you do it. 1. Arrive on location either just before dawn or just after sunset. The... See full article

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To SOOC Or Not To SOOC

Before I get in to the meat of this submission, I wanted to make sure that everyone understands the relationship between the other writer for this blog, Tiffany Joyce, and me. We both write, ind... See full article

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What Not to Photograph?

It won’t surprise me that if after reading this, someone accuses me of waking up on the wrong side of the bed. Sometimes, though, I can’t help myself and just have to say something. This i... See full article

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Review: Kelby Training

A couple of weeks ago, I finally subscribed to Kelby Training. I say “finally” because I have been mulling over the purchase of this subscription, and an accompanying subscription to NAPP,... See full article

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