Meet the Photographer: Chris Linder

When Chris Linder isn’t documenting scientific missions aboard icebreakers in the middle of the polar regions, he can often be found camped out in a penguin colony, awaiting the perfect shot. A former oceanographer, Chris takes a scientific approach to his photography, with the aim of educating his viewers on the wonders of the scientific… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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… Read more »

Meet the Photographer: Joe Petersburger

Joe Petersburger is a professional nature photographer and biologist who has been featured in National Geographic Magazine. Joe takes a photojournalistic approach to his work, capturing insects and small creatures other photographers would likely pass by. We’d like to welcome Joe to the team of Outdoor Photography Guide contributors – you can learn more about… Read more »

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… Read more »

Zac Mills’ Top Photos of 2016

Following the lead of managing editor Ian Plant and his recent year in review post highlighting his best photos from 2016, I wanted to share my own top 16 photos from 2016. I know it’s a bit late, but I was out in the field for several weeks to start the year – more on… Read more »

Free Yourself from the “Photography Doldrums”

As cold weather settles in for most of the Northern Hemisphere, I bet many of you are stuck in the “photography doldrums,” with the chill of winter discouraging you from leaving the warmth of home. Comfort takes priority over creation. Doldrums is an old word from the sea; a ship “caught in the doldrums” was… Read more »

Meet the Photographer: Glenn Bartley

Glenn Bartley is a world-renowned professional nature photographer with a particular interest in photographing exotic birds. He leads photography workshops around the world and is also a new contributor to Outdoor Photography Guide. We sat down with Glenn to learn more about his work and his approach to photography. Read on. Outdoor Photography Guide: How… Read more »