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 […]

Jaguar Photography with Joe McDonald

Jaguar

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, […]

Behind the Shot with Scott Stulberg

Photo by Scott Stulberg

Using the amazing PG-01 lightweight vertical pano head and the PC-LR pano clamp Scott Stulberg After using the beautifully built PG-02 vertical pano gear for years, using it on my […]

#myRRSstory: Piotr Lakomy

My name is Piotr Lakomy and I am a semi-professional photographer. I am originally from Lublin, Poland but now live in Chicago, Illinois. My journey with photography started back in […]

Raw & Unedited A RRS Interview with Rick Sammon

This interview is sponsored by Really Right Stuff. Interview by Tiffany Reed Briley for Landscape Photography Magazine. Hey Rick!  We are SO excited to have this time to chat with you and pick your […]

#myRRSstory: Todd Abbotts

Brothers and sisters of the Pixel Parish, if you’re lying awake at night, fretting over blank spots on your photographic bucket list, allow me to offer a possible redemption: the […]

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 […]