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OPG LIVE: May 2017

In the first ever OPG LIVE, Ian Plant, world-renowned pro photographer and managing editor at Outdoor Photography Guide, discusses some of his secrets for taking compelling landscape photos. He also answers a number of questions relating to landscape photography, including getting sharp focus throughout the image frame, using filters, including people in landscape photos for…

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Behind the Shot: Firefall

Kilauea Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii is one of the world’s most active volcanoes. In early 2016, an eruption sent lava flowing slowly towards the ocean, the first time in three years. Since August 2016, lava has been dribbling into the ocean, but after a collapse of the cliff at the ocean entry…

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How to Prepare for a Photography Trip: Europe Edition

One of the best parts of traveling is the photos you come home with. The quantity and quality of the photos is directly related to the amount of preparatory work that you perform before ever leaving on your adventure. There is nothing worse than visiting a once-in-a-lifetime location, and coming away with less than impressive…

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Behind the Shot: Mojave Desert Mud Cracks

Death Valley National Park, which lies in California’s vast Mojave Desert, is often thought of as a desolate, unforgiving place. This perception does not tell the full story of this place since this desert is actually quite full of life. Still, Death Valley’s landscape is harsh and sometimes unforgiving. In developing a portfolio of this…

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Photo Composition Tip: One (Is the Loneliest Number)

In the previous articles in this series, I have discussed ways to make successful compositions using three and two primary subjects. Now we have arrived at one. One seems easy: just point your camera at your subject, right? On the one hand, photographing one subject has the advantage of being simpler than photographing multiple subjects.…

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Meet the Photographer: Miles Morgan

An airline pilot by day and professional landscape photographer by night (and any other down time he may have), Miles Morgan excels in capturing the beauty of the grand landscape. Though he is a native of the Pacific Northwest, Miles finds the flowing lava formations of Hawaii to be his biggest inspiration. We’re pleased to…

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Choosing a Digital Camera for Landscape Photography

So, you’re interested in getting serious about taking landscape photos. Is your current digital camera up to the task? Landscape photographs require a digital camera that is capable of capturing lots of detail and working in less than ideal lighting conditions. A full frame DSLR is probably your best camera for landscape photography, but there…

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