There comes a time in every landscape photographer’s journey when they outgrow their local patch and feel the pull of more distance locations. While having local spots to visit is essential to take advantage of last-minute weather conditions,
Great skies often come with exposure problems, but a graduated filter can make all the difference
Yosemite’s Horsetail Falls firefalls are a rare, unique occurrence that require specific circumstances for the event to happen. “Firefalls” are created when the waterfalls are lit up naturally
A great way to keep one’s photography fresh is to work with creative or vintage lenses, which can be very challenging but a lot of fun once you get the hang of it.
Went to the Rush Historical Area on the Buffalo River on Saturday. It was overcast and rainy, but a comfortable 65-70 degrees, so it wasn’t all bad.
One of the things I love most about photography is that, through it, we can transcend the limitations of what can be observed with the naked eye. Everyday life looks different when it’s frozen in a still image
Transform your digital images into black & white analog classics by using simple tools. James Paterson gives you a masterclass
A blazing golden winter sunrise, the morning after a winter storm dumped several inches of fresh snow, Hawksbill Crag, Upper Buffalo Wilderness Area, Ozark National Forest, Newton County.
We asked if photographers should stop sharing location information. Popular spots are being overrun with Instagrammers, seeking to duplicate iconic images.
Making the Most of Skies Article and Images by Brien Szabo The use of sky in a landscape image can be a very important factor. Skies can play a dominant role or a supportive role. Regardless of its use, if skies are not composed or metered properly it is likely to doom your shot. I can’t count the number of times I’ve either ditched a shot or had to rethink it because the sky wasn’t working for me. When I’m […]