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Chasing Mountain Ghosts

Chasing Mountain Ghosts  Nick Garbutt One of my life ambitions had been to see and photograph all of the world’s big cat species in the wild. I already had the […]

RAW Part 1 – Post Processing with Max Foster

Introduction to the Series – Vision and Execution – RAW Workflow Overview – Lens & Distortion Corrections – Presharpening – Noise Reduction RAW – Part 1 Max Foster Introduction to the Series In partnership with Really Right Stuff, I am pleased […]

Photography Tips with Bruce Getty

Photography Tips  Bruce Getty My photography career started when the Nikon D7000 came out. My first setup was the Nikon with a 400mm 2.8 lens, a Induro gimbal head, and […]

The Past and Present

The Past and Present Craig Varjabedian This photograph has a quality of the past but is a moment of the present. It is unexpected and makes the viewer ask, “When […]

Derwin Lau’s Travelling Notes

Key travelling notes for the adventurous and first time explorers in the USA and Canada Derwin Lau It all started with the Yukon’s Northern Lights. From these came my dream: […]

Chris Ward – A #MyRRS Story

#MyRRS Chris Ward Hello there!  My name is Chris Ward from Southeastern Ontario, Canada where I am serving full-time with the Canadian military as well as a semi-professional photographer.  While […]

Hawaiian Adventure To Kīlauea

Hawaiian Adventure To Kīlauea Joseph M. Johnson Sr. For ages the power and beauty of the Hawaiian volcanoes have been attributed to Pele the goddess of fire. Her immensely creative […]

Behind the Shot with Karen Hutton

Winter Tahoe Photography Karen Hutton THE DAY Lake Tahoe, CA. It’s been the biggest winter around here in over a decade. Over 25 feet of snow fell in about a […]

Macro Insights: Dark Field Illumination with Focus Stacking

Dark Field Illumination with Focus Stacking Heather Angel The great thing about macro photography is that you have complete control of the lighting within a limited specific area. Translucent plankton […]