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Bad weather can create great images. By Michael DeYoung When making images I try to make three elements come together. These are: 1) great subject (landscape, animal, human, etc.), 2) great ...
7 months ago
By Rick Jacobi Why would a person want to shoot an 8-Min-Long Exposure when you can shoot a 20 or 30 second exposure much easier? The answer is the effect of the water and or the sky in the photo. It ...
8 months ago
By Sara Goodnick Looking for mountains with a lake in the foreground? Scholz Lake offers a beautiful view of the SanFrancisco Peaks, not far from Flagstaff, in northern Arizona. It’s also a bird ref...
By Lisa Hanard With Premier Rush you can quickly turn your photos, videos and audio clips into an impressive video in minutes. Then share your video directly from the Premiere Rush app to the most com...
By Sara Goodnick The Lensbaby Velvet 56 is now my go-to lens for flowers. It took some practice but it has been time well spent. About the Lens It’s completely manual. You will have to use your came...
By Jim Steinberg March is here and it is the time of year it when our thoughts turn to green grass, wildflowers, and spending time in the high country. And for the first time in many years, I am reall...
by Lisa Hanard Finding a dusty box of old family photos can feel like you just discovered a buried treasure. With anticipation, you carefully open the box lid to peek inside. Upon closer inspection ...
By Michael DeYoung One of the challenges of being a photography guide and tour leader is finding new and undiscovered amazing places to photograph and manage the risk of maintaining protection and not...
12 months ago