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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 […]

Proxy Falls by Andrew Kumler

Proxy Falls

Proxy Falls in Winter, a year in the making… Back in late 2010 I had the idea to hike into Proxy Falls in Oregon’s Three Sisters Wilderness, to visit this […]

Galaxy Number 9 by Dave Morrow

Galaxy Number 9

“I snapped this one off at the Bonsai Rock on Lake Tahoe a few months back. It took me forever to actually find the spot but when I did it […]

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 […]