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32 Hours & Counting by Dave Morrow

32 Hours and Counting

“When I travel to different countries for photography I like to keep my trip wide open without many plans, when traveling to Iceland I made sure this waterfall (Kirkjufellfoss) was […]

Photo by Brian Matiash

Tripods and the Beach

A Tripod Addict’s Guide To Beach and Ocean Photography Article written by Brian Matiash Let’s start with one unequivocal fact about me: I love my tripod. Next to my camera […]

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New RRS Gear at NAB

Well the cat’s out of the bag folks! NAB is officially here and with it a whole new lineup of camera support equipment for video and photographers alike! We’re proud […]

Helicopter over the Antarctic.

Photographer’s Guide to Antarctica

To wrap up his 3-part series, David Schultz shares valuable information on when, what, where, and how to travel to Antarctica so you too can possibly marvel in the majesty […]

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News of the Week: March 29th

Rendered Reality Creating pixel perfect 3-D renderings as opposed to setting up a studio with lightboxes, fill cards, blackout walls, etc. is no new idea when dealing with product, especially […]

Photo by Miles Morgan

Green for Miles Morgan

“Why?” — I could certainly understand the question. Going to northern Norway in the middle of February seemed like a biblically bad idea to me as well. But the invitation […]

Photo by David Schutlz

Getting to Snow Hill: Part II

David Schultz is an amazing photographer who lacks a fear of polar bears and frostbite. He provides photographic tours in both the North and South Poles where his landscape photographic […]

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News of the Week: March 22nd

Crappy VS Snappy: The Proof is in the Pudding Coming from people who take photography seriously and devote much of their life to the art, we’ve all come across someone […]

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Water Photo Contest Results

We really must hand it to everyone who submitted to this contest. Submissions hit every aspect and pushed the boundaries of the many interpretations of ‘water’. Judging such a multitude […]