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Finding the perfect location for landscape photography

There comes a time in every landscape photographer’s journey when they outgrow their local...
26th Jun 19

Be a more ethical wildlife photographer

Wildlife photography has changed dramatically in the past two decades, with the main drivers...
19th Jun 19

Expert tips for award-winning macro shots

One of the joys of close-up photography is the way that it enables you...
12th Jun 19

15 Tips for Better Train and Railroad Photos

For many photographers, the lure of a machine is an addictive draw to the...
5th Jun 19

Meet Your Tiniest Neighbors Using Macro Gear and a Field Studio Setup

The use of a field studio setup to backlight individual subjects against a luminous...
29th May 19

How to use an ND graduated filter for stunning landscape photography

Great skies often come with exposure problems, but a graduated filter can make all...
22nd May 19

Catching Yosemite’s Firefalls with the 60-600mm Sports lens

Yosemite’s Horsetail Falls firefalls are a rare, unique occurrence that require specific circumstances...
16th May 19

How To: Take Macro Photos, No Matter Where You Are

David Guy Maynard doesn't mind traveling—in fact, he often appreciates the change of scenery,...
8th May 19

Blend exposures using 32-bit files

Create a low-noise, high quality HDR image in RAW software using this lesser-known technique
1st May 19