All posts tagged Tripod

Photo by Marcus Westberg

Behind the Shot with Marcus Westberg

Behind the Shot with Marcus Westberg The rest of the world may know it primarily for ABBA, Volvo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but to me, Sweden has always been synonymous to […]

"Stars Above the Ancient" by David Thompson

Photo of the Week: Celestial

Photo of the Week December 13th, 2013 “On this frigid fall evening, my buddy Miles Morgan and I set out to capture this ancient tree under the stars. Every inch […]

Doug Gardner gets up close and personal to photograph the majestic white-tailed deer of Kansas.

Another Wild Photo Adventure

In our second week of sharing our favorite episodes of Wild Photo Adventures™, Doug Gardner takes us to the plains state of Kansas for an intense outing in search of […]

Photo by Craig Holloway

Photo of the Week: The Circle Closes

Photo of the Week December 6th, 2013 More of Craig’s work can be found on Flickr and 500px. Image Copyright ©2013 Craig Holloway. All rights reserved.

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 […]

"Quiet" by Fabio Gregorio

Photo of the Week: Quiet

Photo of the Week October 11th, 2013 Image Copyright ©2013 Fabio Gregorio. All rights reserved.

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 […]