Practice Close By
Learning to practice even in your own backyard will pay dividends with your photography.
Nature Photography Stoppers
A lot of energy is consistently pushing modern world people from all sides and at all times during the day. Some of this energy turns into mind and body baggage.
Kayak Photography Hints & Tips
Helpful tips to help you with Kayak Photography.
Kayak Photography Techniques
If you are going to photograph while traveling on water, the kayak has a lot of advantages over all other forms of watercraft.
Learn how to enjoy and photograph during the winter. Learn how to meter in the snow.
Helpful tips on how to photograph during the winter. Learn how to meter in the snow.
I hope this article will encourage the disabled or elderly to realize that there is a whole world of nature right at hand.
My Outdoor Photography Studio
Well it's right on your doorstep, it's under your feet, it's within a stone's throw away from you.
Why Nature Photography?
Nature photography has taught me to measure a day by heartbeats instead of a clock.
Seeing With Outdoor Eyes (read first)
Learn about your five senses and how to use the five senses for better photography opportunities.
The Art Of Seeing
Learn how to see in multiple directions at the same time. It will open up more photography opportunities.
The Art Of Hearing
Learn how to hear for early warning signs that will lead to more photography opportunities.
The Art Of Touching
Learn how the sense of touch can reinforce vision and how that will lead to more photography opportunities.
The Art Of Smelling
Learn how the sense of smell will recall moments that will lead to more photography opportunities.
The Art Of Tasting
Learn how the sense of taste produces gut feelings that will lead to more photography opportunities.
How To Photograph The Damselfly
I would heartily encourage anyone to grab the camera and the rubber boots and get out there to photograph the Damselfly.
How To Photograph the Aurora Borealis
How to photograph nature's greatest show - the Aurora Borealis, or 'Northern Lights'
To start off you have to find the butterflies. Look on the side of the road, around ditch's and where you see wildflowers.
How To Photograph National Parks, Wildlife & Nature
How To Photograph Arches National Park
Photography hints and tips for photographing the arches in Arches National Park, CO.
How To Photograph Dead Horse Park
Photography hints and tips for photographing in Dead Horse Park, CO.
Plans Of A Photographer For Grand Teton NP
Read about all the plans a dedicated photograph has to make to visit the Tetons.
How To Photograph The Grand Teton NP
Read about the photography trip and how to photograph in The Grand Teton National Park.
Photography & The Eastern Sierras Along Highway 395 Corridor
The Eastern Sierra region, also known as the Highway 395 corridor, is a long time favorite area for many photographers.
Photographing The Apocalypse, AZ
Time seems different once I am on the road, which I have always called Apocalypse road. Not one other person has passed on the old thoroughfare as I have put my boots to it.
Photographing Glacier National Park Photo & Visit Tips
If you're looking for outstanding opportunities for both outdoor photography and recreation, Glacier National Park in northwestern Montana ought to be on your list.
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Herring Cove Beach in Provincetown On Cape Cod Was Gorgeous!
Herring Cove Beach in Provincetown is always so pretty. I loved the clouds in this photograph. What do you think?
Huge Bird Tracks In The Snow On Cape Cod!
We were just finishing our hike by Nauset Marsh the other day when I saw these tracks in the snow. What on earth were they? At first I thought they were hiking pole holes, but there were no hiking boot tracks or any other tracks nearby. Hmmm… (Click on blog link to see other photos.) … Continue reading Huge Bird Tracks In The Snow On Cape Cod!
Love This View Of The Cape Cod Bay Flats.
I loved this view of the flats of Cape Cod Bay from First Encounter Beach. It looks like you can walk out for miles. Such pretty colors, don’t you think?