Behind The Shot

Stormy Sky And Rainbow – Outdoor Photographer – Photography Article

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming Text & Photography By Beth Holmes Published September 6, 2019 Updated September 9, 2019 Photo By Beth Holmes Grand Teton National Park is best known for its peaks that rise quickly from the mountain floor. It’s one of the most-visited parks in the National Park system with 3.5 million visitors last year. Most visitors come during the summer months, and popular destinations within the park can be crowded at the best of times, but when…

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Behind The Shot: Line In The Sand – Photography Article

Sunset at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico Text & Photography By Denis Dessoliers Published September 3, 2019 Photo By Denis Dessoliers White Sands National Monument is in the Tularosa Basin in Southern New Mexico. The White Sands gypsum dunefield covers 275 square miles, making it the largest gypsum dunefield in the world. The National Monument preserves more than half of this dunefield. Gypsum is actually a clear substance. The dunes appear white like snow because the gypsum grains are…

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Stunning Capture of Kingfisher Catching a Fish – Photography Article

Do you want to know how to photograph a Kingfisher catching a fish? Then read on! About this stunning capture of Kingfisher catching a fish Photographer: Janet Smith Camera Settings: 80mm focal distance, auto ISO, f5.6, 1/1200th. Camera set to manual and continuous silent shooting. Camera equipment: Canon 5D mark IV, Canon 70-200mm f2.8, Neweer remote trigger, Manfrotto tripod, and black bin bag as a rain cover. Where and when was the shot taken? Shropshire Photography hides, Market Drayton near…

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Behind The Shot: Spin Cycle – Photography Article

Photo By Michael Despines When I moved to Vermont, I had for the first time the opportunity to photograph a New England icon—the eastern moose. My photo project began with “desk research.” I scoured the internet for moose images to get a sense of what was possible. The best images I found included moose in water or standing in the woods surrounded by fall colors. I imagined my “ideal” shot—I wanted an image of a bull moose standing in a…

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Behind The Shot: Lofoten Islands – Photography Article

Photo By Tom Elenbaas Lying above the Arctic Circle at the 68th and 69th parallels, the Lofoten Islands span the waters of the Norwegian Sea. Majestic mountain peaks tower over icy blue fjords and emerald green bays, creating many opportunities for a landscape photographer. For more than a thousand years, fishermen have been coming to the Lofoten Islands by boat to catch and process cod. A single main highway now links the larger islands in the archipelago to the mainland,…

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