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Capturing the Glow in the Narrows of Zion National Park

Nico DeBarmore is a photographer with a portfolio that spans not only across the United States, but also includes images from far-flung regions like India, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Peru. He is passionate about showing a place in the best light possible, and this usually requires many repeated visits and attempts before he comes away with a final photograph. As a Utah resident for a time, Nico dove deep into the Narrows of Zion National Park, exploring the canyon repeatedly in a search for optimal lighting and diverse compositions.

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Stunning Night Landscape Photos by Grant Collier

One way to create unique landscape photos that really stand out is to photograph at night. Under the night sky any landscape will look different than it does during daylight hours, and even at the most popular and recognizable destinations you can get photos that will be unique. Grant Collier is highly experienced with night photography and his portfolio is filled with amazing images that capture your attention and interest.

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Guide to Photographing the Battlefield at Gettysburg, PA

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania was the location of one of the most important battles in the American Civil War. The town of Gettysburg is a beautiful location and the home of an excellent National Military Park that preserves the battlefield.

The park and the town of Gettysburg include a lot of open fields, farms and barns, monuments, cannon, and beautiful scenery. Living just a short drive from Gettysburg I typically make one or two visits each year to photograph the area. In this article we’ll take a detailed look at some of the best places for photos, as well as discussing the best times to visit and how to get around.

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7 Ideas for Spring Photography Projects

The experience and end result of nature and landscape photography varies greatly throughout the year as weather and seasons change. Most of us in the northern hemisphere are happy to see the cold weather of winter coming to an end, knowing that spring and summer are just around the corner.

Spring is a great season for getting outside and working on your craft. If you are looking for a specific project to get your creative juices flowing, there are many different things that you can do. In this article I’ll list 7 possible subjects that will allow you to enjoy spring while photographing the nature around you.

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Guide to Photographing Custer State Park (South Dakota)

The Black Hills of South Dakota is a beautiful region with plenty of photographic opportunities, including Custer State Park. South Dakota’s first and largest state park is popular for its combination of amazing wildlife, landscapes, and some of the most scenic drives you will find anywhere. In this article we’ll look at some of the main points of interest in the park.

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Oak Alley Plantation (Louisiana)

Oak Alley Plantation is located in Vacherie, Louisiana, about a one-hour drive west of New Orleans. There are several plantations in the area that offer tours (for a fee), and Oak Alley among the most popular. It is named for its famous double row of oak trees that is about 800 feet long and runs between the house and the Mississippi River.

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Free Exhibit Flyer Template

Today we have a free download that you can use to help promote your own photography exhibits and showcases. The download is a flyer template in Photoshop format that you can use to easily create a nice promotional material.

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Raymondskill Falls (Pennsylvania)

Raymondskill Falls is credited in some places as being the tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania at about 150 feet. It is a multi-tiered waterfall and that is a combined height of all the tiers. The lowest tier is separated by the top two tiers with a small pool of water in between. The common view of Raymondskill Falls only includes the top two tiers.

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