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From the Mouths of Experts: Doug Gardner

Wildlife photography means many different things to different people. For me it is not just about the image, but also the experience. Often wildlife photography is just that: an experience. […]

Turn Around to Tomorrow: The Grand Tetons and Film

By Zach Heaton Growing up I can always remember my grandfather having a camera by his side, taking pictures or running the camcorder capturing the moments everyone was enjoying so […]

Historic Disruptions in Photography (part two)

Photoshop: the Beginning of Popular Digital Photography Twenty-six years and a few months ago, in February of 1990, Photoshop appeared on the photographic scene. Its release meant that the need […]

Historic Disruptions in Photography (part one)

Photography was born as part art mixed with a a great big heap of science. The first photograph is credited to Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. He made this photograph through a […]