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The Photographer’s Guide to Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is a nature photographer’s paradise.  The dramatic, jagged peaks, and harsh topography provide photographic angles and compositions that are limited only by how far you are willing to hike or how high you are willing to climb.  Glacier also offers wildlife such as black and grizzly bears, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, mountain lions, elk, and more.  I …

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Lr 2015.7 and Ps 2015.5 Issue

Published: 9/28/2016 The incredible Photo Taco Facebook community turned me on to a problem where if you select more than one photo in Ligthroom CC 2015.7 / 6.7, don’t have Ps open already (works fine if Ps is already open), and choose Edit in->Open as Layers in Photoshop it will seem to do nothing for a bit and then you …

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Vanguard VEO 265AB Tripod Review

In the world of tripods, there are many choices and options. Looking at the specifications of each tripod, a photographer can narrow down their choice based on what they need. For those photographers who desire a tripod that has a short collapsible length without a price tag, the Vanguard VEO 265AB Tripod might be the ticket. ABOUT VANGUARD VEO TRIPODS …

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Hands On with the Nikon D500: Best crop sensor camera ever?

Yes, the Nikon D500 has been out for a few months now but I am not an early adopter so I am a little slower to get my hands on new technology.  My main camera is the D7100 and it is ready to become my backup body as I look to upgrade.  I have been hearing how great the D500 …

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PlanIt! for Photographers: Android’s Answer to PhotoPills

In the world of landscape photography planning applications, PhotoPills is the app I hear raved about the most often.  In various articles, podcasts, and conversations with other photographers, I’ve repeatedly heard about how the app has revolutionized the process for planning out landscape photos in particular.  Since PhotoPills is currently only available for Apple devices, however, I at one time …