Post Tagged with: "landscape"

Arctic Aurora & Autumn Caribou by Wayne Lynch
Destinations / Editor's Choice

Arctic Aurora & Autumn Caribou by Wayne Lynch

I’ve been photographing nature for a very long time, beginning a decade or so before Elvis left the building. In the years since then I became a fulltime profes- sional photographer and have led nearly 200 photo trips to exotic wildlife destina- tions on every continent. Until recently, I had [...]

Stacking Images for Greater Depth of Field
Tutorials

Stacking Images for Greater Depth of Field

Focus stacking? Never heard of it? It’s certainly a tool every photographer should have in their arsenal when looking to bring everything into focus. In a perfect world, we’d all have view cameras with bellows, tilt and shift abilities, and maximum depth of field. However, lugging those dusty old 4×5 [...]

Prarie and Beyond by Mike Grandmaison
Destinations / Editor's Choice

Prarie and Beyond by Mike Grandmaison

I love making images. I have a passion for the medium of photography that began in the mid 1970s, just as I was graduating from university. For the next twenty years, while I worked in the biological sciences, I spent the bulk of my free time learning and practicing the [...]

The Ruins of urban and rural life
Tutorials

The Ruins of urban and rural life

Since the world we live in has been largely mapped and explored, we, as explorers turn our sights toward the old and the ruins of urban and rural life.  While out shooting these locations I started talking to other enthusiasts. From these conversations I have collected a few useful tips [...]

Landscape Photography - Any type of light can be used creatively as a source of illumination and inspiration. my vehicle's high beams were directed across this field, casting a shadow on the bale. Pentax 645, Pentax 45mm lens, Fuji Provia 100 slide film.
Inspiration

Photo Inspiration – Communication by Daryl Benson

Photography is all about communicating. Ideas, inspiration, location or sales pitch, an image can often communicate where words flounder.