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June 2009

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Photographing in a Digital World

Mount Moran seen from Oxbow Bend, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA

This article addresses the very way photography has changed since digital began. I highlight many of the ways that I have changed my work in the field to reflect the easiest, best way to accomplish certain photographs.

Techniques like panoramas and high dynamic range images require us to shoot differently - this article explains how to make the most of your digital images.

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Olympic National Park and Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier reflecting in Mirror lakes, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA

A photography essay about photographing in Washington's most beautiful locations. From late summer wildflowers to beautiful rainforest scenes, these two parks encompass an incredible diversity of subjects and photographic possibilities.

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From Levels to Curves

Sand Dunes, Death Valley National Park, California, USA

If you're a photographer ready to make the jump from levels to curves, don't miss this article that explains in simple terms how to take advantage of curves, while building on your knowledge of levels. You'll be amazed at the power and versatility Curves offers.

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