seasonal and travel Photography
Here is a collection of blog articles from our contributing authors on Visual Wilderness that gives tips and trick for seasonal and travel photograph:
Winter photography can be detrimental to your gear. Follow these 5 indispensable cold weather photography tips to protect your gear in extreme cold.
Denise Ipolitto shares here experience and knowledge about photographing bears in Kodiak Alaska.
Here are a few simple color post processing tips to make your colors realistically pop in fall photography.
As a landscape photographer, don't ever completely take a weather report's word for it. Get out there and risk it... and often return with fantastic photos!
Autumn is a gorgeous time of the year for fall photography opportunities. Here some tips and inspiration to motivate you as the season approaches.
Here are some insights from Jane Palmer on how to get started with underwater photography.
Some of the best wildlife photography in the world can be had on the Falkland Islands: a remote South Atlantic archipelago.
Docks and piers are great subjects for dramatic photos. This article outlines five techniques to ensure your pier and dock photos are both dramatic and dynamic.
As landscape photographers, it's important to lead by example and leave our photography locations in better shape than we found them.
Photographing Torres del Paine National Park's unique environment and dramatic vistas should be on every nature photographers bucket list.
The windswept landscapes, turquoise lakes, dramatic mountain backdrops and mild weather created perfect ingredients for stunning Patagonia Photography.
Grant Collier discusses the skills a nautre photographer needs to capture outstanding images in Arches National Park, Utah.