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By Jeff Insel Yesterday, September 12, was a fortunate day for seeing wildlife around our yard. As my wife went out the door with her laundry basket she stepped on what turned out to be a bullsnake th...
3 days ago
By John Frelich What’s happened to our ability to enjoy our passion in photography? We started out the year quite normally in all respects after the holiday season. Then a strange thing occurred –...
1 week ago
By Meng Tay During this difficult pandemic year, you either dream of the places you want to travel or revive memories of places you’ve been. In this blog I want to share memories of my travel to S...
2 weeks ago
By Sara Goodnick What outdoor photographer doesn’t love weather events? I certainly do. You’re probably watching the weather forecasts, reading the forecast discussions, and scanning the skies dai...
Apps, Equipment, iPad, iPhone, Photography, Post Processing, Product Reviews, Software, Technical, Technique
By David Halgrimson Ever wanted to keep track of where you took your images? If your camera does not have GPS tracking built in, all is not lost. There is an app for that. There are many ways to add G...
By Sara Goodnick Willow Springs Canyon Trail Bring the Family! Easy Cool Getaway on the Mogollon Rim Looking for a relatively level hike with photographic opportunities along a stream for a cool escap...
Capture Your Moment, Equipment, Getting the Shot, Photography, Post Processing, Software, Technical, Technique
By Jon Vemo If you are like me, you are probably going crazy with ‘self-quarantine’ that most of us are following. I haven’t really been out other than groceries and an occasional trip out t...
By Jeff Insel Three years ago next week we had some nice monsoon weather, rain in the morning. My dining window faces my backyard and the neighbor’s wall to the east. While having my morning tea...
By Bruce D Taubert About 15 years ago, when I began to get serious about macro photography, I found the learning curve to be a bit steeper than I had thought it was going to be. The equipment needs ...