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3 Majestic Winter Photography Locations...

Posted on 2 January 2018

We are half-glass-full type people, and that’s why instead of bemoan the coming of winter, we head outwards to take in the most beautiful sights we can. Below are three renowned winter photography locations. If you are looking for a guided tour, scroll to the bottom of this blog and ...
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Photography Etiquette: Respecting Other ...

Posted on 11 December 2017

As we enter the holiday season, it’s worth noting that it has many different meanings to many different people. For some, the holiday season is a time of deep religious reflection. For others, it is simply a time to spend with family and friends and exchange gifts. The United States ...
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Dispatches from Ethiopia: Mek’ele ...

Posted on 27 November 2017

We recently traveled to Ethiopia is East Africa and would like to share some amazing images we captured there. We hope you enjoy! Camels are the main method of transport in the Afar region. They can carry heavy loads in hot weather for long distances on small amounts of water, all ...
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Dispatches from Ethiopia: Salt Miners of...

Posted on 20 November 2017

We recently traveled to Ethiopia is East Africa and would like to share some amazing images we captured there. We hope you enjoy! The Danakil Depression in the northern part of the Afar triangle (formed by a triple junction of 3 tectonic plates) and is often called the cruelest place on ...
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Plan Your Landscape Photography Trip aro...

Posted on 31 August 2017

The world is full of so much natural phenomena, it sometimes gets hard to decide where to go next. If you are planning your next landscape photography trip, don’t overlook these surreal locations. ‘Magical’ Spotted Lake in Osoyoos, British Columbia Originally called Kliluk by the First Nations of the Okanagan Valley in ...
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Our Favorite American West Photography L...

Posted on 29 June 2017

Landscapes of the United States are incredibly diverse. American West Coast photography locations are busy year-round with tourists drawn to the unique ecosystems, national parks, and stunning geographic formations. Here are a few of our favorites on the West Coast:   Oregon Coast, Oregon [caption id="attachment_8397" align="alignleft" width="684"] A haystack adjacent to Haystack ...
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Traveling with Photography Gear: 3 Pro T...

Posted on 21 May 2017

Whether you're flying to the other side of the country or the world, it's critical to be aware of the best way to transport your landscape photography gear. Otherwise, you might end up at your location with equipment that is broken or missing. The good news is that it doesn't ...
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Boost Your Skills with a Landscape Photo...

Posted on 29 July 2016

Many highly accomplished professional photographers begin as self-taught artists, exploring the possibilities of their medium without formal instruction. Others start their careers with the rigorous practice and structure of a full-fledged academic program of study. If you're looking to boost your skills and take your images to the next level, ...
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Steamboat Springs...

Posted on 5 January 2015

Winter is upon us! The barren trees surrounding Winter Creek in Steamboat Springs are beautifully covered in pure white snow. The water of the river is beginning to freeze over, but not completely as there still is a faint trickle of flowing water in this gentle stream.  
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Vineyards of Swartberg...

Posted on 2 January 2015

We end this week and start off the month of January with the beautiful vineyards of Swartberg, South Africa. The fields and the mountains in the distance make for a magnificent scenic view.      
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