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Winter Wildlife – Part 1 with Joseph M. Johnson Sr.

By Joseph M. Johnson Sr. Really Right Stuff CEO Preamble In early March 2019, my wife Joan (RRS CFO) and I photographed snowy owls in the Canadian Ontario countryside with […]

Adventures in the Desert with Tom Kingsford

Adventures in the Desert – A photography tour around Northern AZ and Southern UT By Tom Kingsford It’s not always pretty, despite the photos you see on social media. Weeks […]

Capturing Car Trails with Scott Stulberg

Capturing Car Trails by Scott Stulberg If there’s one thing that I absolutely love to do, it’s trying to capture car trails after dark in different environments, all over the […]

Namibia: A Place of Extremes with Richard Bernabe

Namibia: A Place of Extremes by Richard Bernabe Over the past dozen years or so, I’ve had the pleasure and privilege of traveling to more than 50 countries while working […]

Creating Photographs with David Osborn

Tripods: Don’t Take Photographs, Create Photographs David Osborn Tripods focus the mind to “create” not “take.” We all understand using tripods as a means of support, but this alone greatly […]

Elements of Composition

Ed Heaton “Learning to capture light will make extraordinary images from ordinary subjects” I coined this saying when I first started my photography career. I’m a full time professional master […]

The Great Smoky Mountains with Tony Sweet

My Muse – The Great Smoky Mountains Tony Sweet I re-discovered photography after a long hiatus while being a student and adjunct Jazz faculty at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music circa 1992. […]

Panoramic Photography with Tom Kingsford

A Step-by-Step Guide to Capturing Landscape Panoramic Photography Tom Kingsford Photography has captured my heart and imagination. Historically, I have been someone with very little creative outlets in my life; […]

Speed of Sound

Exploring Utah Zach Heaton I was mentally preparing for a three-day journey inside of a Toyota 4Runner, traveling across the United States from Pennsylvania to southern Utah. I was looking […]