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Guest blog with Loweprofessional Kt Miller: Patience, Safety & Polar Bear Photography

Guest blog with Loweprofessional Kt Miller: Patience, Safety & Polar Bear Photography

Practicing Patience & Staying Safe in the Polar Bear Capital of the World by Loweprofessional Kt Miller The giant machine comes to a stop. Engine off. Silence. Despite the loud motor and immense size of a Tundra Buggy, I tiptoe. Once the buggy is stopped and a polar bear begins to approach, one stomp or […]

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Guest blog with Chris Bray: How to Capture Birds in Flight on Alaska’s St. Paul Island

Guest blog with Chris Bray: How to Capture Birds in Flight on Alaska’s St. Paul Island

Editor’s note: Chris Bray is an award-winning, Australian Geographic photographer with a knack for simplifying and explaining photography. Heading to Antarctica in 2008, he put together his first course, and now hundreds of workshops later, his highly acclaimed ‘1 Day Photography Courses’ have enlightened thousands, and his company has expanded to produce and host small-group […]

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Unpredictable Weather, Photographers Kamil Tamiola and Lumi Toma & the Photo Sport Pro

Unpredictable Weather, Photographers Kamil Tamiola and Lumi Toma & the Photo Sport Pro

Editor’s note: Kamil Tamiola and Lumi Toma are visual storytellers and adventure photographers for Alpine Photography Labs. Together they travel to some of the most breathtaking and challenging places – most at high altitudes – to shoot stills and video for the outdoor industry. A favorite spot of theirs is the ever-changing Aosta Valley. Lumi […]

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What to pack for an underwater shoot? Michele Westmorland shares what’s inside her Pro Roller x200.

What to pack for an underwater shoot? Michele Westmorland shares what’s inside her Pro Roller x200.

Editor’s note: Underwater photography requires specialized equipment and good dose of pioneering spirit. Our friend Michele Westmorland, a globetrotting pro who is equally at home in marine and land environments, shares what she packs, the backstory on two Papua New Guinea images and her upcoming plans (those include the ultimate safari in 2015 – you […]

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Guest blog: Nour el Refai preps for an Aswan workshop with his Lowepro bag

Guest blog: Nour el Refai preps for an Aswan workshop with his Lowepro bag

Editor’s note: Check out this amazing guest blog from Nour el Refai, an architectural and documentary photographer from Cairo. His blog is filled with beautiful images and helpful instruction on prepping for a workshop and packing a DSLR Video Fastpack 150 AW. And he shares his documentary video, “Nubians and the Nile”, to impart a […]

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In NYC this weekend? Enter now for a chance to win photo training with super-pros Tony Gale & Brian Smith!

Filed in Americas/U.S., Ask a Pro, Contests, Pro Photographers by on December 4, 2013 1 Comment
In NYC this weekend? Enter now for a chance to win photo training with super-pros Tony Gale & Brian Smith!

Enter now for your chance to win one of two passes to the APA Photo Assistant Basic Training taught by pros Tony Gale and Brian Smith on Saturday and Sunday, December 7 and 8. Classes are sponsored by the New York Chapter of American Photographic Artists and take place at Splashlight Studios in Manhattan, located […]

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Visual Storytelling from Remote Locations with Kamil Tamiola and Lumi Toma

Visual Storytelling from Remote Locations with Kamil Tamiola and Lumi Toma

Editor’s note: Kamil Tamiola is a doctoral researcher from University of Groningen, the Netherlands and a professional photographer. He founded Alpine Photography Labs to create visual storytelling from remote locations. Lumi Toma has a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Valencia, is an Ambassador for the iPro Lens system for iPhone and works as […]

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