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From the Mouths of Experts: Doug Gardner

Wildlife photography means many different things to different people. For me it is not just about the image, but also the experience. Often wildlife photography is just that: an experience. […]

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Historic Disruptions in Photography (part two)

Photoshop: the Beginning of Popular Digital Photography Twenty-six years and a few months ago, in February of 1990, Photoshop appeared on the photographic scene. Its release meant that the need […]

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Historic Disruptions in Photography (part one)

Photography was born as part art mixed with a a great big heap of science. The first photograph is credited to Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. He made this photograph through a […]

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Raw and Unedited: Karen Hutton

This interview is sponsored by Really Right Stuff. Interview by Tiffany Reed Briley for Landscape Photography Magazine. Karen, you and I met back in October and it was an instant connection. […]

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 […]

"Twin Falls" by Aaron Hogsed

Photo of the Week: Twin Falls

Photo of the Week April 3rd, 2015 Aaron Hogsed is a Fine Art Wedding and Landscape photographer based in Asheville, NC. Images Copyright ©2015 www.aaronimaging.com. All rights reserved.

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 […]

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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 […]