Photography Tips – Master Your Camera on Tour!

Learn Photography on Tour in Alaska! The tickets are purchased, hotels booked, and you're down to deciding what you want to do on your upcoming Alaska trip. It might not sound like the best time to learn photography on tour - especially with that nice camera you got before your last trip, but never [...]

Photography Tips – 3 Ways Photograph Winter Sunsets

3 Ways to Photograph Winter Sunsets It's a subject we never tire of: the setting sun. How many times have you seen a line of cars veer into a scenic pullout just as the last rays exit the stage in an explosion of color across the sky, prompting a frenzy of picture taking? If this [...]

How to Photograph Glaciers in Winter

How to Photograph Glaciers in Winter Glaciers are dramatic any time of year, but in winter they are surreal. Though more subtle when snow enfolds them, their blue heart shines through. It's the density of ice that brings out this startling color. Longer wavelengths in the color spectrum (red) are absorbed while shorter ones (blue) are [...]

How to Photograph Northern Lights

How to Photograph Northern Lights in 10 Easy Steps To successfully photograph northern lights is an incredibly rewarding life experience. It can also be fraught with challenges, which are broken down into 10 manageable steps here. Be sure to read Winter Photography Tips  additional photography advice. You will need To be at a high latitude [...]

Photography Tips – Maximize Travel Photography

6 Travel Photography Tips There are two kinds of people in the world, photographers and non-photographers. Let me rephrase that... there are photographers and "photo-takers." Photographers strive to learn what all the settings on their camera can do. They are students of light and willing to wait for hours in one spot until conditions are perfect. [...]

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Photography Tips – Bad Weather | Good Photo Ops

Bad Weather - Good Photo Ops Most of May was stellar, but the final week took a decided dip toward crummy. The month closed with smoke from forest fires blowing in from the Kenai Peninsula, followed by rain, windstorm, and temperatures cool enough to drop snow on mountains to the 1,000 foot level. Needless to say, interest in [...]

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