Land Of Ice And Snow

Gear and techniques for photographing glaciers and other “icescapes”
Text & Photography By Rick Sammon
Glaciers and ice formations, with their unique and ever-changing shapes, patterns and textures, offer photographers wonderful photographic opportunities. Due to weather, terrain and reflections, they also offer photographers unique challenges. In this article, I'll cover how to take advantage of those opportunities and how to deal with those challenges. To…

Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush Auto Mask

Keep an eye out for unwanted artifacts from Lightroom’s automatic masking aid
By William Sawalich
Lightroom has a little tool called Automask that lives inside the Adjustment Brush. It's intended to help photographers by making their retouching jobs easier, automatically creating a virtual mask that limits adjustments to an automatically selected area. And while I like the idea of this tool a lot in theory,…

Make A Paint Chip Gray Card

Find a neutral gray paint chip and you’ve got an ideal, inexpensive, easily replaceable white balancing aid
By William Sawalich
The other day, as I was perusing paint chips while trying to select a color to paint my dining room, it occurred to me that these paint chips could be useful for photography. A truly neutral gray paper paint sample would make an ideal inexpensive (i.e. free) and very portable…

Cityscapes

Capturing the pulse of urban life
Text & Photography By Meredith Winn
Cities are full of photographic potential. Urban photography is a blend of city landscape, portraiture and street photography; it's a genre all to itself that's often gritty and beautifully abstract. Because of these combinations, your tourist or vacation images from the big city have the promise of carrying a style…

A Change Of Scenery

Inspiration comes in a departure from the ordinary
Text & Photography By Tracey Clark
The benefits of travel are no great mystery. Much of the time, travel means vacation, and vacation means rest, relaxation, fun and festivities. Although some travel might be more obligatory, like a work trip, for instance, when we're plucked out of our normal daily routine and plunked down into a…

Local Color

Tips for finding unique shots to add style to your travel portfolio
Text & Photography By Xanthe Berkeley
Tuning your eyes to an alternative view of your city or destination can be really fun. I like to look for colorful details in a new location, for unique portraits and capturing places from a different perspective when I'm traveling. Here are some of my favorite ways to add cheer…
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