All posts tagged Behind the shot

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; […]

The Zone System and the Digital Photographer

The Zone System and What it Means to the Digital Photographer Abbe Lyle One does not hear much about the origin of the Zone System anymore. Many of us shoot […]

Antarctic Expeditions with Joshua Holko: Part 3

Choosing an Antarctic Expedition: Part 3 Joshua Holko – Go to Part 1 – Go to Part 2 In part one and part two of this series on choosing an […]

Photo by Scott Stulberg

Behind the Shot with 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 […]

Photo by Joe McDonald

Catching Insects In Flight

Catching Insects in Flight With Joe McDonald This summer I gave myself a real challenge. I decided to try to photograph insects in flight, a task that would have been […]

Capturing Iceland with Mark Gvazdinskas

Capturing Iceland With Mark Gvazdinskas It’s no secret photo trips to Iceland are growing in popularity. If you spend any time on photo sites or follow photographers on social media […]

Behind the Shot with Joe McDonald

Behind the Shot With Joe McDonald While all wildlife experiences are special in some way, there is one that most folks find to be without parallel, and that’s being in […]

Photo by Heather Angel

Behind the Shot with Heather Angel

Behind the Shot With Heather Angel Focus stacking is a great technique for gaining maximum depth of field for three-dimensional macro subjects. Essentially, a series of focus slices are blended […]