If you are planning a visit to a national park / monument / seashore / recreation area, and you are bringing along your smartphone, point-and-shoot or SLR, then you should check out my latest photo article published in the National Parks Traveler for December. Just click on the photo to be taken to the article.
Every morning (even when on the road) one of the first things I do after waking up and dressing is to post a photo on the National Park Traveler’s Instagram account @national_parks_traveler. To do that, I go online to the Traveler’s site to see what photo I have in my library might fit with one or more Traveler articles. It was then that I saw my latest Armchair Photography Guide had been published. For this month, the Armchair Photography Guide features Bryce Canyon National Park. So, I posted a shot of Bryce Canyon on Instagram, and, if you want to go check out the article, itself, then just click on the photo above (and maybe check out the Traveler’s Instagram account, too, while you are at it).
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How many of you have seen photos like this one, where the sun appears many-rayed? It’s called a sunburst (aka starburst) and my article in today’s edition of the National Parks Traveler tells you what it is and how you can achieve one. Even if you don’t like the effect, you’ll still learn something about your camera’s manual settings.
Click on the photo above to be taken to the article.
The National Parks Traveler has published Part 2 of my Armchair Photography Guide to Mount Rainier. Check it out by clicking on the photo. Even if you are not a photographer, the spots I describe are great for just breathing in the beauty of this place.
The National Parks Traveler has just published my latest article. If you care to check it out, just click on the photo above.
The National Parks Traveler has just published my latest “Photography In The National Parks” article. Click on the photo to go to my story.
The National Parks Traveler just published my latest article on their site. Click on the photo above to check it out.