All posts tagged Behind the shot

Photo by Emil Kara

Behind the Shot with Emil Kara

Tripods in Architectural Photography by Emil Kara A quality tripod should be essential equipment for any type of photographer but a good support is particularly important when shooting architecture. I […]

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Behind the Shot with Michael Strickland

Behind the Shot With Michael Strickland The spring and summer in Kansas is my favorite time of year. Large, sometimes incredibly severe thunderstorms come tearing through the plains, wrecking havoc […]

Photo by Douglas Steakley

Behind the Shot with Douglas Steakley

Earlier this year I had the unique opportunity to take a group of itinerate travelers to the remote kingdom of Mustang in northern Nepal. Mustang was closed to foreign travel […]

Los Angeles Getty Center

Behind the Shot with Faran Najafi

I Love Architecture Photography By Faran Najafi Hello readers, I would like to thank Mark Gvazdinskas and the RRS team for giving me this opportunity to share my story and […]

Photo by Brady Cabe

Warp Speed

Warp Speed Or, “How To Achieve a Star Zoom Effect In Camera” By Brady Cabe Let me preface by saying I am no pioneer in the realm of astrophotography and […]

Photo by Scott Stulberg

Behind the Shot with Scott Stulberg

The Faces of Burma Scott Stulberg Back in 2001, I found myself in the Bangkok Airport, waiting to board a plane for Yangon, the capital of Burma. It was a […]

Floating Dock

Behind the Shot with Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Every so often photographers face challenges that are begging to be faced and won. During a recent trip to Valdosta, Georgia I faced such a situation. While there our cousin […]

"Hayden" by Mark Gvazdinskas

Old Stomping Grounds

Old Stomping Grounds by Mark Gvazdinskas A couple months back I found myself in a creative rut constantly shooting seascapes. I needed a change of pace and Colorado was my […]

Photo by Joe McDonald

Behind the Shot with Joe McDonald

The Running Collared Lizard I’ve always loved reptiles and the collared lizard of the American southwest has always been my favorite, perhaps because this lizard often runs on its hind […]