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By David Halgrimso Being a Photo Guide with Arizona Highways Photoscapes, (AHPS), for over twelve years I have learned many things, camera settings to use for a subject, time of day for best light, wa...
21 hours ago
By Jeff Insel Most of you have heard of the “Mother Road” or Route 66, but you may not know that part of it still exists in Arizona. This is a fun workshop with stops and photo opportunities all a...
1 week ago
By Vicki Uthe Arizona is an incredibly beautiful state. From the Sonoran desert full of saguaro cacti near the Mexican border to the slot canyons and red sandstone in the north near Utah, we here in t...
4 weeks ago
By Sara Goodnick When it’s Really Really Cold Outside Expect Camera and Physical Problems Troubleshooting Ahead of the Session Will Make it a Successful Comfortable Experience I recently participate...
1 month ago
By Megan P Galope Have you ever been in a beautiful location trying to get that perfect landscape image, but people keep walking through your shot? This is a common problem in popular places. I had th...
2 months ago
By Jeff Insel A year or so ago I decided I’d like a good “point and shoot” camera for just all purpose photography but also wanted one good with low light, primarily to photograph concerts I wor...
By Beth Ruggiero Why I Switched from Sony to Olympus and How I Did It I’m always looking for ways to improve my photography experience, and this summer, I honed in on something that had long been i...
5 months ago
By Becky Chapman The benefits of shooting RAW over JPEG, and when not to do it. When I first started shooting digital, I was convinced that digital would never match the quality of film. I tried my ha...
By Amy Horn A clean background can make or break an image. While walking near a waterfall outside of Ouray, CO, I spotted a Richardson’s Geranium with buds just beginning to open. So, I set up m...