Trip Report: Badlands National Park

Rising from the monotonous and seemingly endless grasslands of the Great Plains, Badlands National Park in South Dakota contains sharply eroded formations carved out of multi-colored sedimentary rock layers. Water has left its mark on the soft clay, resulting in miles upon miles of rock spires, deep canyons, and beautiful cracked mud. This fractured landscape

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Meet the Photographer: David T. Culp

A professional photographer with a passion for the outdoors, David Culp travels the world capturing the scenes around him. He leads photography workshops and is also a new contributor to Outdoor Photography Guide. We sat down with David to learn more about his work and his approach to photography. Read on. Outdoor Photography Guide: How

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Meet the Photographer: Jennifer King

Jennifer King is a professional nature photographer and instructor with an eye for design. A former executive in the advertising world, Jennifer now leads photography workshops in some of the world’s most beautiful locations. As a new contributor to Outdoor Photography Guide, we wanted to learn more about Jennifer’s work and her approach to photography.

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Behind the Shot: Zion National Park’s Temple of Sinawava

With towering sandstone pinnacles, deciduous trees that turn vibrant colors in the fall, and an extensive network of canyons, Utah’s Zion National Park holds an endless range of opportunities for landscape photography. Since I took up photography in 2009, I have visited the Zion area on many occasions over different seasons and have been fortunate

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Meet the Photographer: Zac Mills

Outdoor Photography Guide is pleased to welcome a new photographer to our team of talented contributors: Zac Mills. A former economist, it was a passion for travel and a long-standing interest in photography that drew Zac to pursue a career in photography. We sat down with Zac to learn more about his work and travels.

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Meet the Photographer: Gregory Basco

It was a degree in political science and tropical ecology that first brought photographer Gregory Basco of Deep Green Photography to Costa Rica, but it was an eventual love of nature photography that keeps bringing him back. A new contributor to Outdoor Photography Guide, Greg now leads photography tours throughout Latin America. You can get

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Photo Critique: “Evening Rainbow”

“Evening Rainbow” by Gary Hipple. Minaki, Ontario. Canon SL1, EF-S 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM @ 15mm, 1/250s, f10, iso200. Photo Critique A double rainbow is an amazing thing to witness and photograph, but it is important to do it justice. Although this photo is perfectly nice, it really isn’t much more than a snapshot of

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Photo Critique: “Draws You In”

“Draws You In” by Eric Enger. Camera – Nikon D-300, Lens – Nikon 24-70 mm, Shutter 1/100, f- stop 3.3 at 29mm, ISO 800, handheld. “My wife and I were on vacation at Assateague Island, Maryland, when I came across this interesting walking path. I said to myself, ‘I need to get a shot of

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Meet the Photographer: Justin Reznick

A professional photographer, educator, and tour leader, Justin Reznick travels the world capturing the scenes around him. He is also new to the Outdoor Photography Guide team of contributors. We sat down with Justin to learn more about his work and his approach to photography. Read on. Outdoor Photography Guide: How did you get started

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