Post Tagged with: "outdoor photography"

Balanced in the Night: Moab, Utah.  Photo by Matthew Torrie

Hitting the Road for Some Outdoor Photography Adventure

It is my theory that in every backpacker there is a frustrated outdoor photographer dreaming of hitting the road and back trails to capture that[Read More…]

by May 12, 2015 0 comments Community, Skills
Climbing Vancouver’s Lighthouse Park: Photos by Austin Ferguson

Climbing Vancouver’s Lighthouse Park: Photos by Austin Ferguson

Editor’s Note: We all live to get outside, so when we’re stuck inside and can’t get out ourselves, what do we do? I¬†turn to outdoor[Read More…]

by February 27, 2015 0 comments Community
Snowstorm on Colorado's Eagle River

Confluences: The Eagle River – A Photo-Essay by Steven DeWitt

Since moving to Eagle County, Colorado twelve years ago, we have always lived within a few yards of the Eagle River or one of its[Read More…]

by January 21, 2015 0 comments Community
Spider Meadows

Backcountry Photo Essentials: Wide-Angle Lens

It’s a chore to carry a full-frame DSLR on a long backpacking trip. I have one standard lens, a 24-105mm lens, which I have been[Read More…]

by September 17, 2014 0 comments Skills
Photographing Shi Shi Beach

Photographing Shi Shi Beach

My short affair in 2011 with Shi Shi beach was an amazing experience that was not only extremely rewarding but left me wanting more. The overnight trip was the start of a 10-day photographic journey around the Pacific Northwest with locations including Olympic National Park, the Columbia River Gorge and Palouse Falls.

by August 29, 2013 0 comments Trails
Visual Highlights by Rakesh

Visual Highlights by Rakesh

Our photos this week come from a photographer who climbed Kilimanjaro, snowshoed Reflection Lake and ¬†followed the snow geese in the Skagit Valley. Here is[Read More…]

by March 16, 2012 0 comments Community
Night Photography on the Trail

Night Photography on the Trail

For star trails, I will typically make an initial exposure with a wide open aperture and a high ISO (making the shutter speed rather fast- around 30 seconds). This image just helps me to see if the sky is dark or blown out.

by May 3, 2011 0 comments Skills
Photography Planning

Photography Planning

Knowing sunrise and sunset times are a must, finding scenic campsites allows you to sleep longer and lets you wake up your (potentially non enthusiastic) partner that much later.

by January 3, 2011 0 comments Skills
Light

Light

The most fundamental idea to grasp about photography has almost nothing to do with a camera

by December 1, 2010 0 comments Skills