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Jaguar Photography with Joe McDonald

Brazilian Jaguars Joe McDonald Ten years ago when I headed to the Brazilian Pantanal to search for Jaguars, my friends and I were the only photographers on the river. Today, […]

Creative Blur Techniques for Wildlife Photographers

by Aaron Baggenstos  One of the most rewarding aspects of my career is being able explore new photographic concepts and teach them to others.  This keeps me on a constant […]

Raw & Unedited With Iurie Belegurschi

This interview is sponsored by Really Right Stuff. Interview by Tiffany Reed Briley for Landscape Photography Magazine. Hey Iurie!  It’s so nice to meet you! Frankly, we wish we were able to travel to […]

The Closet of Disappointing Tripods

By Kevin Ames A tripod is an absolute necessity for any serious photographer. The tripod helps with composition. It steadies the camera during long exposures. It allows super telephotos to be […]

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 […]