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Predator by Scott Frier

PREDATOR

Camera: Nikon D4 Nikkor AF-S 200-400mm f/4 “The Alaskan coastal brown bear is the second largest land predator in the world. Only the polar bear is larger. The bear’s rich […]

Bright as Night by Chris Burkard

Behind the Shot with Chris Burkard

Nicaragua Speed Blur “On this trip to Nicaragua Keith Malloy brought along his alaia. This is a type of surfboard that is thin and has no fins, it basically looks […]

aurora borealis, light

Whistler by Dan Carr

Living in Whistler, BC, gives me opportunities to shoot a lot of beautiful scenery but I’m best known for my action sports photography and in particular the work that I’ve […]

Gaffer Tape

Quick Tip: Gaffer’s Tape

I was attending a workshop last year over at Light Photographic Workshops when Ben Willmore was teaching when I heard a great tip from him about gaffer’s tape. Prior to […]

The Power of One by Ken Duncan

Shots Around the World

The Power Of One “I was on safari in Zimbabwe at a magical spot called Mana Pools. This huge bull elephant walked right past our camp and down to the […]

Into the Void by Jim Patterson.

Into the Void

“Hollywood westerns and many a car commercial have been filmed in the Alabama Hills outside Lone Pine, California, but what draws me here is not the lure of cowboys and […]

White horses of Camargue by Jim Zuckerman

Lessons in Perseverance

Lessons in Perseverance I traveled to France twice to get this picture of the famous white horses of the Camargue. The first time I traveled there at the end of […]

Photo by Jarrod Castaing

Winter Falls

“Niagara Falls in winter is certainty a unique experience. Not only is its snow-covered landscape breathtaking, but the cooler weather also seems to keep the tourists away. Well, some at […]

Giraffe by Marc Muench

The Maasai Mara

Stay Focused It’s a shooting gallery out there Article written by Marc Muench, Owner of Muench Workshops Some call the Maasai Mara “the spotted plains”. For starters the so-called “spots” […]