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The Best Photo Locations in Brussels

I truly believe that Brussels could be one of the most ignored cities in Europe, which is a shame. Whatever the case may be, Brussels should definitely be on your list of photography destinations because it has a surprising number of places to shoot. Check out these tips of the best photo locations in Brussels…

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2019 Wildlife Photo Contest Winners

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Outdoor Photography Guide Wildlife Photo Contest! It’s time to announce the winners! We have two honorable mentions, and an official winner. Honorable Mention Submitted by emkuchta: Mountain Goat kids on top of a rock on Mount Evans, Colorado, USA. Wildlife photography should always prominently feature the subject…

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Skylum Software – Luminar 4 Review

There are two halves to outdoor photography. The first half is the action behind the photograph. We spend countless hours researching, scouting, and photographing incredible locations. That’s the half where we sleep outside, wake up early, and sit in freezing temperatures waiting on the perfect moment to press the shutter. The second half of outdoor…

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Behind the Shot: Under Ozone Falls

There are many options for camera perspectives no matter what location you visit for outdoor photography. One of the challenges is to work your way around a location and the subject of your location to shoot various perspectives to get the best photograph possible. In this post, we will be analyzing multiple perspectives and compositions…

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Behind the Shot: Cockspur Lighthouse

The story behind every photograph is different. There can be great experiences that lead to the perfect photo and there can be wild stories that tell of the hardship that went into shooting something. We are going behind the lens to get the full story behind my photograph of Cockspur Lighthouse in Savannah, Georgia. There…

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5 Tips to Unlock Your Creative Potential

One of the most challenging aspects of photography is learning to be creative and see creatively. It’s easy to believe that some people are born with natural ability and many of us assume that we just don’t have it. However, this is not an excuse not to aim for a high level of achievement. I’ve…

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Wildlife Photo Contest

Welcome to the Outdoor Photography Guide Wildlife Photo Contest! We invite you to submit your best wildlife photography. One contest winner will be awarded the prize package pictured above. Limit of one entry per person/email address. Wildlife photos only. Do not include recognizable people in your submission. Submissions will be judged based on: relevancy to the theme, photo quality, composition, sharpness, popularity based on votes. Only one vote is permitted per person/email account during the contest entry period.

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Behind the Shot: Life on a Volcano

The Scene While scouting with friends for a new photo workshop in Ecuador, we visited the Cotopaxi Volcano National Park. It’s a beautiful place, and I wanted to take some shots that showed the vast open spaces, which are always exciting for a rainforest photographer (such as myself) as I’m used to very dark, closed…

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Living Beyond Travel Photography

Recently, I made a drastic life change that allowed me to completely re-evaluate my thoughts and practice of travel photography. I moved from Nashville, Tennessee to one of the most rural areas of the poorest country in the western hemisphere, Haiti. Normally when you think about travel photography experiences your mind journeys to a few…

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Trip Report: Savannah, Georgia

There are a lot of famous photography locations in the United States. There are national parks like Yosemite, Death Valley, and Glacier that boast numerous photography spots. However, there are also many photography locations that aren’t necessarily less popular; they’re just less explored. In this post, we are going to examine the the less experienced…

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