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Photo by Doug Gardner

Wild Photo Adventures™ Week 5

Wild Tundra Swans, Snow Geese and a variety of ducks migrate south and winter here by the hundreds of thousands. Join us for some great action photography. The episodes we […]

Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner explores Lake Marion, South Carolina in search of as many wild subjects as possible to photograph in one day.

Wild Photo Adventures Week 3

Doug Gardener takes to a lake near his home to show you it’s possible to find wildlife right in your own backyard. You’ll see him shooting mostly from his small […]

Wild Photo Adventures with Doug Gardner

Doug Gardener’s Wild Photo Adventures

Since 2009, Really Right Stuff has been a premier sponsor of Doug Gardner’s Wild Photo Adventures™ on PBS. Doug’s program is a great source of information and gorgeous images of […]

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Behind the Shot with Dan Carr

Behind the Shot With Dan Carr When I moved to British Columbia from the UK it was the snow that caught my attention and skiing was my passion. Ski photography […]

Redwoods to the Sea

Redwoods to the Sea

REDWOODS TO THE SEA Kennan Ward RedwoodsToTheSeaUHD8a from Kennan Ward on Vimeo. Along the Northern Coast of California the Pacific ocean creates a rich environment that silhouettes a World Heritage […]

BH-40 on Versa 3 Tripod

Tip: “Re-positionable” T-Lever Knobs

In order to get adequate torque on the smaller diameter ball sizes we needed to design a locking mechanism that provides enough leverage to securely lock your mid-sized camera equipment […]

Photo by Joe Johnson, Jr.

Photoshop World Las Vegas 2013

Photoshop World Las Vegas 2013 Be sure to check us out at Photoshop World in Las Vegas from September 4th through the 6th. We will be at Booth 311 for […]

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 […]