Remote Control

Controlling your camera remotely is useful in a variety of situations, from macro photography to group portraits to positioning your camera in places where you can't comfortably be.
By Wes Pitts
CamRanger Wireless Camera Control Controlling your camera remotely is useful in a variety of situations, from macro photography to group portraits to positioning your camera in places where you can't comfortably be. While remote controls for cameras aren't new, the smartphone has made it possible to do a lot more…

Ground Control

Exploring aerial photography with DJI’s Phantom 2 Vision+
Text & Photography By Ryan Noll
Drones are a hot-button topic. It seems every few days there's a new story considering the implications, good or bad, of aerial photography and videography, not to mention the contentious debate pertaining to the legality of using them commercially. But, really, with so much chatter about drone use, what's it…

Photo Experience

Classes, tours and workshops offer valuable instruction and insights to sharpen your skills
By Ashley Myers-Turner
Whether you're a total beginner or an experienced pro, there's always something new to learn in photography. Practice is essential, learning through trial and error, but you can fast-track your improvement by interacting with other photographers, sharing difficulties and successes, and getting feedback from expert instructors. Whether you prefer to…

Street Portraits

Mixing the spontaneity of candid street photography with the goals of portraiture
Text & Photography By J. Dennis Thomas
There's some debate about exactly what street photography is, and this debate also spills over into the realm of street portraiture. Many people insist that all street photography must be undirected, and the photographer should simply capture the event as it unfolds. While it's great to be an outside observer…

Balanced Illumination

Low-light flash photography can be frustrating, especially when you're new to it.
By William Sawalich
Low-light flash photography can be frustrating, especially when you're new to it. Balancing ambience nicely with flash seems like the mark of a masterful photographer, but it's actually fairly easy once you know the basics. The trick to balancing ambient light with your flash is to think of these two…

Exploring Fall Colors

Capturing the essence of autumn and the change of seasons
Text & Photography By Meredith Winn
We come inside with dewy shoes and arms full of firewood. The air shifts, the leaves fall, and the farm stands are full of crimson, browns and orange. The cooler wet weather creeps in; we light the first fire in the wood stove and walk slowly into autumn. Welcome to…
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