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  • East Mitten
  • Santa Fe Sign
  • Balloon Fiesta
  • Sunset Along the Beach - Crescent City, California
  • Terracotta Warriors
  • Sunken Cemetery
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  • Giant's Causeway
  • Children of Lir
  • Saints Cyril and Methodius Church
  • Mesquite Dunes
  • Sea Cadets
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  • Canyon X
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  • Ruby-throated Hummingbird - Rio Grande Valley, Texas
  • Fall in the San Juan Range - Colorado
  • Santa Elena Canyon - Big Bend National Park, Texas
  • East Mitten, Monument Valley - Arizona
  • "Santa Fe" Sign - Madrid, New Mexico
  • Ballon Fiesta - Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Sunset Along the Beach - Crescent City, California
  • Terracotta Warriors - Xi'an, China
  • Sunken Cemetery - Camiguin Island, Philippines
  • Grapevine Hills - Big Bend National Park, Texas
  • Giant's Causeway - County Antrim, Northern Ireland
  • Children of Lir Sculpture - Ballycastle Harbour, Northern Ireland
  • Saints Cyril and Methodius Church - Shiner, TX
  • Mesquite Dunes - Death Valley, California
  • Royal Sea Cadets - Inverness, Scotland
  • American Pronghorn Buck - Custer State Park, South Dakota
  • Canyon X - Arizona
  • Along the Walls of the Pueblo - Chaco Canyon, New Mexico

Basics of Panoramic & Mosaic Image Making

 You see an outdoor scene that strikes you. It is so compelling and inspiring that you want to somehow fit it all into your photograph. Your first instinct is to grab your widest lens and position your camera so that all the features of that glorious landscape are in the frame.

Neutral Density Filters - What, When, and How

ND - Neutral Density. For the beginning landscape photographer this term could just as well stand for Niggling Disorientation. The ND filter is possibly one of the more misunderstood accessory for photographers.

Nikon's Virtual Horizon: Two Great Ways to Use It

Nikon’s Virtual Horizon (VH), a feature in many of their newest DSLRs, is a great tool that I absolutely love to incorporate in my shooting techniques.

Think Tank Photo: Urban Disguise 50 Classic V3.0

If you follow conventional wisdom, and the tried and true, you probably know that camera bags are designed for specific photographic shooting activities and subjects.