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Shooting in Precarious Situations

Shooting in Precarious Situations – and a few tips for surviving them Dan Ballard Over the past 10 years and 60 something countries visited, I’ve found myself in more tricky situations […]

Chasing Waterfalls with Steve Schwindt

Chasing Waterfalls – A detailed guide to taking compelling waterfall photos Steve Schwindt Having grown up in the Portland area, I’ve been very fortunate to have easy access to the countless […]

Scott Stulberg – Shooting After Dark

Shooting after dark: It’s all about the light! Scott Stulberg  Those five magic words sum it all up for me with photography: “It’s all about the light!” Whether sunrise to […]

Inspirational Destinations with Brian Matiash

Exploring Portland Brian Matiash  Favorite Place: The waterfalls, streams and creeks scattered throughout the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. Before moving to Portland, I never photographed landscape scenes, focusing exclusively […]

Post Processing Astrophotography

Delicate Arch: Start to Finish Post Processing James Brandon A while back I was leading a photography workshop in Arches National Park. We hiked out to Delicate Arch for a […]

RAW Part 2 – Post Processing with Max Foster

Camera Calibration & Saturation – Global Adjustments – Targeted Adjustments (Brush, Gradients, Elliptical) RAW – Part 2 Max Foster Go to RAW Part 1 Camera Calibration & Saturation One of the best […]

Start to Finish Edits: Swept Away

Start to Finish – “Swept Away”  Max Foster   “Swept Away” was taken in the Narrows of Zion National Park during a very high water flow period. One of 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 […]