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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” […]

Photo by Joe Johnson

Reconnecting

By Joe Johnson, Owner of Really Right Stuff I bought my first PC back in 1983 and have been caught up in the digital age ever since. Everyone in the […]

Evolution by Loscar Numael

Photo of the Week: Evolution

“The photo was taken in White Pocket Arizona last fall during sunset (well that was the plan but these clouds came out of nowhere so I put them to good […]

A Godly View by Joshua Cripps

A Godley View

“When I visited New Zealand for a month-long photo excursion in April of 2012, I had a motto: Go big or go home. And what I meant by that was […]

Photo by Jim Weise

Tip for Tuesday: Safety First

Be Smart When You Shoot Hal and Victoria Schmitt from LIGHT Photographic Workshops dropped by the other day to spend a little time catching up. As photographers tend to do, […]

Sentinels by Jim Weise

Photo of the Week: Sentinels

“We’re very lucky to have miles of gorgeous coastline right in our backyard here in San Luis Obispo. The cliffs just north of Pismo Beach offer amazing rock formations that […]

Cerro Torre by John Barwood

Cerro Torre

“I was on my honeymoon which we had decided to spend in a tent traveling through Patagonia. Two days before we had hiked to the base camp at the base […]