No Tripods Allowed in the Zion Narrows for Workshops

UPDATED: No Tripods Allowed in the Zion Narrows for WorkshopsUPDATE 6/30/2018Today I received notice from the NPS that after hearing the concerns from the photographic community they will

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Evernote for landscape photography scouting

    Landscape photography invokes wanderlust in the majority of us, we see a a location on the Internet we want to visit, or a friend tells us

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Tools for the Self Employed Photographer

I wanted to share the tools I have found that make self employed life manageable. Running every aspect of your business can be a daunting task at times,

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Colorado Fall Color Resources

This post is out of date, please visit our new page… https://www.exploringexposure.com/colorado-fall-color-resources Below are a list of pages to find updates on changing leaves, the first link is to

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Advice For New Photographers – Do Not Learn To Use Your Camera First

I started my foray into photography as most people have in this day and age; technical manuals that teach you how to use your camera. I studied like

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Giving Composition Credit in Landscape Photography

I will start this by giving credit to Guy Tal for the inspiration to write this post, after reading an essay titled “Where Credit is Due” in his

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Finding Inspiration in Landscape Photography

Feeling disenchanted and uninspired by the front page of 500px? I certainly am. We are inundated with the flashy, often over the top images from the hot spot

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The Last Photography Planning App You Will Ever Need

I use my iPhone for planning and scouting my photography locations a LOT. Over the years I have found a variety of apps that help me get the

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Registering Copyright of Published Images

Have you registered your Copyright? No? Why not? Do you feel it’s unnecessary because you own the copyright as soon as you press the shutter? While this is

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