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Cheyenne Corliss Operations Director Tou Zong Her Senior Client Services & Media Analyst Darren Cormier Client Services Associate Amanda Joyce Accounting Director Tina McDermott Accounts Payable Associate Wayne Tuggle Accounts Receivable Associate Ry
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FLOPS & Bestsellers
Many photographers who like shooting landscapes dream of selling prints someday. If that includes you, then you face a challenge: identifying which images will sell. It’s not as easy as it sounds. I often wrap up my longer landscape photography works
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Older & Wiser
Recently, Outdoor Photographer forwarded this note received from a reader written to me: “After reading your article on the ethics of wildlife photography, I’m feeling pretty guilty about several prints on my wall which were taken at a game farm in M
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Showcase
By Theresa Ditson “I watched this weather system in Prescott, Arizona, start out quite small and suddenly progress to a swirling massive cloud dropping lightning bolts and approaching my direction. For a brief moment, the edge of the cloud took on a
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Glacier Point Moonrise
I’ve always enjoyed taking pictures, but it was the advent of digital photography and the ability to process my own images in Photoshop that really piqued my interest. As I assume is the case with most photographers, certain events marked a turning p
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A Whale Of A Time
Forty feet below the surface of the Pacific Ocean, I look up, down and all around. Nothing but blue water. Suspended in the sea, I exhale and watch my bubbles rise to meet the world above. Off in the distance, two boxcar-sized shapes come into focus.
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The Mirrorless Future Is Now
It’s been nearly 14 years since the introduction of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1, the first interchangeable-lens digital camera to replace the optical viewfinder with an electronic one, eliminating the need for a mirror by displaying the output of the
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Covesr Shot
Photographer: Londie Garcia Padelsky Location: Sequoia National Park Equipment: Pentax 6x7, Pentax 55mm Situation: This picture is from a serene moment at Cyclamen Lake. Even now, when I look at it, I get a tranquil feeling. Then I remember what led
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Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
How does one write about a national park that is so vast that 90 percent of it is accessible only by foot or horseback? I suppose the best way is to start with the 10 percent where the majority of people visit, where they can enjoy spectacular scener
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Acadia National Park
For almost two centuries, artists have found inspiration on the Maine coast. From Thomas Cole to Winslow Homer and Eliot Porter, painters and photographers alike have been drawn to the dramatic rocky shorelines, ethereal light and cultural details of
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EYE OF THE Storm
The sky is fascinating. Just above our heads is a dynamic river of everchanging complexity, and somehow nature can take this chaos and create beautiful clouds and weather phenomena—some peaceful and calm, others terrifyingly destructive. For the last
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Mount Rainier National Park
Mount Rainier is an icon of the Washington state landscape. Standing at 14,410 feet above sea level, this active volcano presides over a diverse ecosystem. It’s the source of five major rivers and the most glaciated peak in the lower 48 states. The s
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Last Frame
“Many red squirrels visit my garden here in the middle of Sweden on a daily basis," says Geert Weggen. “I put out food and wait for them. They’re used to me and the camera, which makes it easier to capture images of them. I put some sunflower seeds u
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The Needles
The Black Hills of South Dakota cover 1.2 million acres of forested hills and mountainous landscapes. With expansive pine forests, rugged rock formations, streams, lakes and more, the Black Hills offer a variety of recreation opportunities for outdoo
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A selection of parks from across the country recommended for nature photography. By QT Luong William Neill’s column on the fine art of landscape photography explores thoughtful approaches to composition and creativity. Share your best shots in our we
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Wildlands of Utah
Whenever I’m traveling outside the U.S. and someone asks me where I’m from, and I say, “Utah,” their face often lights up as they launch into a story about how they recently took this “incredible, amazing” trip there where they ran whitewater rapids
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In This Issue
In this special double issue, we’re hoping to inspire your summer photo adventures with guides to wilderness locations across the country—from photographers who know the areas intimately. We begin in the Pacific Northwest at idyllic Mount Rainier Nat
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Dinosaur Adventure!
After feeling trapped at home for the past couple of years, I think it is fair to say that most of us nature photographers are going a bit stir crazy looking forward to finally getting out shooting more often again. With this desire to resume travel
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Cover Shot
Photographer: Chris Rainier Location: Coast of Washington State Equipment: Canon EOS 5DS R, Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM Situation: As with every environmental portrait, I must understand who I am photographing and what I am photographing. I have
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Telephoto isn’t the only option—reach for your wide-angle lens to capture more of your subject’s story. Amy Gulick’s regular column explores our connections to the natural world and the power of photography in support of conservation efforts. Share y
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Waimea Canyon
Nicknamed “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific” due to its multi-colored canyon walls etched deeply into the terrain, Waimea Canyon on the south shore of the “Garden Island” of Kaua’i was formed when the Waimea River carved its way through the lava and b
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Ancient Journey
In 2018, I had planned to go to Katmai, Alaska, for a wildlife photography trip. A few months before the trip, the organizer had to cancel, and I received a full refund. As luck would have it, within hours of the cancellation, a friend called asking
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Elemental Inspirations
Looking through my recent images, I noticed many new “nature’s design” photographs. I have long been attracted to patterns found in mud cracks, water ripples, sand dunes and crystallized ice. The lines, shapes and forms are like magnets to me. Before
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New Gear & Tech
Canon introduced two new super telephoto primes ideal for wildlife and sports photographers, the RF800mm F5.6 L IS USM and RF1200mm F8 L IS USM. The latter is the longest lens yet for Canon’s EOS R mirrorless system, and both lenses are compatible wi
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Animal Stories
I’ve been fortunate to travel to some of the most beautiful places and to photograph some of the world’s most exquisite creatures, and I’ve come to know that a beautiful subject doesn’t necessarily translate to a beautiful photograph. These experienc
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Last Frame
“I had spent a few days working with this young family on the forested edge of Kurile Lake in Russia’s remote Kamchatka Peninsula,” recalls Andy Parkinson. “This young cub and his sibling would spend their days playing, climbing trees and generally d
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Backpacking [ FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS ]
In recent years, national parks and other popular nature photography destinations have become increasingly crowded and potentially frustrating, with some even requiring reservations. With so many photographers crowding the parking lots and trailheads
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Travel Kit
Whether you’re strolling through villages on the Amalfi Coast or hiking Skyline Trail at Mt. Rainier National Park, reducing the weight and complexity of your camera gear without sacrificing photo flexibility can free your attention to enjoy the expe
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Cheyenne Corliss Operations Director Tou Zong Her Senior Client Services & Media Analyst Darren Cormier Client Services Associate Amanda Joyce Accounting Director Tina McDermott Accounts Payable Associate Wayne Tuggle Accounts Receivable Associate Ry
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In This Issue
Photographing cultures can take many forms,” Chris Rainier observes, “but, always with an eye to the most visual impacts, I have focused on the rich and diverse beauty of traditional regalia, tattooing and, most recently, masks.” Through the COVID pa
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