Take your Images and Videos on the Journey from the Wild to the Walls of the Smithsonian
NATURE PHOTOGRAPHERS from 51 countries around the globe competed in the 21st annual Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards. The reward — to be exhibited at one of the most respected and highly visited museums in the world — the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC.
Have you ever considered quitting your job to go on an epic adventure?
After graduating college and working a full-time IT job for over a year, I needed an escape. I was tired of spending 9+ hours a day in a windowless, grey server room. A plan slowly started to form. This trip would span the entire Western US, and would allow me to finally see the landscapes I had been dreaming of for years. Continue reading →
SPONSORED- I have been an avid birder long before I was a photographer. When I finally started photographing birds autofocus was non-existent. Photographing birds in flight was just a dream, mostly I did stationary birds. As I made the transition to digital just after the turn of the century, I started getting my hopes up that I could photograph stationary and moving birds. It wasn’t until the past few years though that everything came together for me, photographing all kinds of birds moving and stationary without breaking the bank. Continue reading →
If you seek a remote place for wild and scenic photographic opportunities, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, known as the “UP” to locals, is one of those below the radar places with something for almost any photographer. This narrow peninsula is bounded by the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan to the south and the scenic Lake Superior coast forms the northern boundary. Continue reading →
We’d like your help by completing a short survey about the education you seek as a nature photographer – regardless of your level of photography. The survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete. This is for all nature photographers who seek out some sort of education to improve their photography skills. Please follow this link to take the survey by February 17th.