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By Stephen Leonardi “White Sands National Park has to be one of the most beautiful places to watch a sunset. This was taken during my first visit there. I got a camping permit from the visitor center and then spent the whole day in the heat taking ph
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Midnight Sun
It’s not every day you get to camp on a beach in the shadow of a 200-foot high, 2-mile-long glacier. In 2018, I called this area at Nellie Juan Glacier “home” for a week as I spent time exploring the glacier and wilderness of Prince William Sound wit
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Safety In The National Parks
Our national parks are popular. They welcomed roughly 327.5 million visits in 2019, and though 2020 was an exception due to COVID, the parks still recorded 237 million visits. With those crowds come folks unprepared for the hazards and sometimes lack
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WATERFALLS of New River Gorge
With the recent upgrade from national river to national park status, West Virginia’s New River Gorge National Park and Preserve has generated a great deal of excitement, both here in West Virginia and across the country. While much of the news I’ve s
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Sharing Your Work, Part 2
In the last issue of Outdoor Photographer, I asked an important question: Once we’ve invested in equipment and explored the outdoors in search of inspiring photographs, what’s next for our images? To kick off answering that question, I covered some i
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In This Issue
This year, our annual issue dedicated to the national parks is a special double issue, packed with landscape and wildlife photo opportunities across the country. No matter where you live, you’ll find a national park just a road trip away, and we’ve i
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Superzooms For The Trail
An ideal option for long hikes when you don’t want to carry your full camera system, “superzoom” compact cameras are easy to stow in a day pack along with water, snacks, sunscreen and other trail essentials. Though their image sensors are smaller tha
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Bears of Katmai National Park
Established in 1918 as a national park and preserve in Alaska, Katmai was first designated to protect the area around the cataclysmic 1912 volcanic eruption of Novarupta, which formed the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. The park includes almost two do
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Wild Texas
Raucous calls outside my photo blind alerted me to a pair of green jays, an extremely colorful songbird. To photograph them, you must travel to the Rio Grande Valley in south Texas. This songbird is one of many wildlife species found only in Texas. T
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Black Canyon Of The Gunnison National Park
The South Rim of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is located about 7 miles north on Colorado State Highway 347 from the intersection with U.S. Route 50 east of Montrose. The North Rim has a separate entrance, located approximately 11 miles
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New Gear & Tech
Canon has announced the development of a pro-grade camera in its full-frame mirrorless EOS R line that we expect will be a top choice for serious wildlife and sports photographers. The Canon EOS R3 is positioned between the Canon EOS R5 and the compa
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The Big Thaw
Chris Linder wants people to care about frozen dirt. But how does he get people to care about something that’s difficult to see? Linder, a science and natural history photographer, has spent the past decade with scientists studying thawing permafrost
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Last Frame
“On almost a daily basis while living in a country-like environment, squirrels abound, performing numerous activities,” says Linn Smith. “One of their cutest behaviors occurs when two of them race up and down trees, seemingly trying to outdo each oth
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Cover Shot
Photographer: QT Luong Location: Zion National Park, Utah Equipment: Sony a7R II, Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS Situation: Zion National Park is famous for its sheer cliffs and narrow canyons, but it’s also a remarkable oasis in the deser
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10 Favorite National Parks
I grew up in France, and my previous wilderness experiences were limited to the icy peaks of the Alps. After arriving in America, I was immediately drawn to the extraordinary natural diversity offered by the U.S. National Parks. Their pristine natura
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QT Luong’s photographs are extensively published and have been the subject of large-format books, including Treasured Lands (winner of six national book awards), many newspaper and magazine feature articles, and solo gallery and museum exhibits acros
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Wide Angle Wildlife
Wildlife photography, as the name suggests, is all about the “wildlife,” and so photographers usually concentrate on getting tight, close-up portraits using long telephoto lenses. Who wouldn’t, especially when we bought and carried that big lens in t
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New Gear
Sigma has introduced a sibling to its fp full-frame mirrorless camera that debuted in 2019. The Sigma fp L is identical to the original fp in its incredibly small and light form but features a new 61-megapixel back-illuminated sensor that places it a
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Sharing Your Work, Part 1
You’ve invested thousands in your equipment. You’ve braved the outdoors. You’ve spent countless hours learning your craft, learning to develop, learning to organize and learning how to create work that you’re proud of. So now what? Where do you go fr
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By Thomas Falkowski “During this trip to Iceland, my wife and I spent a week and a half driving around the country in a camper van and taking in the stunning scenery. To make the most of the midnight sun, we slept during the day and did our driving a
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Beyond Visible Light
Available on our website—or delivered directly to your inbox—our “Tip of the Week” provides shooting and processing techniques to sharpen your photography skills. Sign up today. Share your best shots in our weekly “Assignments” photo challenges. Subm
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Converting A Camera For Infrared
Infrared photography is an artfully exciting alternative to photographs made with the visible spectrum. Overcoming the challenges of capturing “invisible” light can help you break out of creative habits, tap into your imagination and see your favorit
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Cover Shot
Photographer: Nevada Wier Location: Hellnar, Iceland Equipment: Canon EOS 5D Mark II with 720nm infrared conversion, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM at 60mm. Situation: “On my first trip to Iceland, I arrived in June to enjoy the outdoor festivals duri
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Ghost Tree
A rare foggy morning at Watson Lake, located in Arizona’s high country, is the backdrop of this shot. At almost a mile high in Prescott, Arizona, Watson Lake is undoubtedly one of the most unique lakes in the state. It’s one of two reservoirs in the
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Sharp Shooting
In wildlife photography, our subjects can be erratic, fast movers and often only active in low light. It’s of great benefit for a genre with many unpredictable variables to have various strategies in mind for ensuring sharp photos. The quality of you
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Photography Close To Home
If someone had told you 18 months ago that you soon wouldn’t be able to travel to any of your favorite overseas photo locations and all the workshops you were signed up for would soon be canceled, you probably would have scratched your head trying to
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A Wrinkle In Time
Hiking across the valley bottom, awash in hues of terra cotta, sandstone and brick, I feel like the tallest thing around. Prickly pear cactus, yucca and sagebrush dot the desert floor. Tiny tracks of canyon mice crisscross the trail. A game of hide-a
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Framing The Concept
I knew I was onto something when local residents began finding me on Instagram, asking if I was that crazy guy they had seen photographing in the deep, surging waves at one of the beaches in my neighborhood. Friends asked what was going on when they
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Jason Pomerantz VP, Circulation Strategy Cheyenne Corliss Operations Director Toni Eunice Operations & Human Resources Coordinator Tou Zong Her Senior Client Services & Media Analyst Darren Cormier Client Services Associate Amanda Joyce Accounting Di
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