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Photo Of The Day By Franka M. Gabler

Photo Of The Day By Franka M. Gabler
Photo By Franka M. Gabler

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Lifting Fog, San Joaquin Valley” by Franka M. Gabler. Location: San Joaquin Valley, California.

“A flock of migratory Ross’s geese is revealed, as the sun is burning off the fog,” describes Gabler.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Behind The Shot: Blue Mood

Behind The Shot: Blue Mood

When people come to visit me where I live in Prescott, Arizona, I can’t wait to take them just down the road to Watson Lake. The drive is short, but there’s the winding turn on Highway 89 that begins to slowly reveal the towering formations of the Granite Dells and the accompanying awe of the passenger as their breath catches and they fumble for something to say.

I’ve spent a good portion of the last 10 years walking, climbing and hiking on that granite, always with a camera on hand and an eye to the light and shadow play, the ever-changing foliage and the overwhelming uniqueness of those formations that glow at sunset. Knowing the environment at Watson Lake, where to step—and more importantly, where not to step—came in handy for this shot of an incoming monsoon thunderstorm after dark in the rain.

The shoot started as any normal shoot does for me. Look up at the sky, determine where the clouds are most prevalent and interesting, and head out at sunset. The clouds that evening took me to Watson Lake and put on a spectacular color show as the sunset broke through. I was very satisfied with what I had shot after the sun had gone down and was happy to head home and get a look at the shots on my monitor.

While making the hike back to my car, I heard the rumble. Distant thunder was calling me for a closer look, so I made my way back up the granite. Once I got to higher ground, I stood for quite a while in the darkness, waiting. Nothing. My flashlight batteries gave up on me, so I made my way back down and was packing up the car when the rumble happened once more, and then again. I unpacked my gear and headed to the lower shoreline where I know the area better and could get around without my flashlight.

Flashes of light intermittently lit my hike down to the shoreline, the thunder still distant and the wind beginning to pick up. I felt my way up to a perch on one of the granite shelves and set up the tripod for a shot I had taken many times before in the evening light. The storm was still slowly coming in over the lake, but the lightning was providing some very nice spotlighting on the formations across the lake. When the wind began to increase and the light rain began to take a toll on my lens, I decided to switch locations. I made my way to the main shoreline near the boat launch where another enormous granite formation awaited.

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Photo Of The Day By Wendy Gedack

Photo Of The Day By Wendy Gedack
Photo By Wendy Gedack

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Embrace The Snow” by Wendy Gedack. Location: Crested Butte, Colorado.

“A pano taken outside Crested Butte, Colorado,” describes Gedack. “I made a quick trip knowing there would be some snow, but I got more than I bargained for! I was hoping to get some mountain shots, but had to make do with my creative insight and came home with this panoramic scene. It was actually one I had pre-visualized before…but wasn’t planning on shooting it on this trip. All things come to us in due time and when we least expect it! I was so happy for this panoramic, even with the treacherous driving conditions!”

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Challenge Accepted

Challenge Accepted
This image of Dawn Glanc ice climbing in the Ouray Ice Park in Ouray, Colorado, was captured using an Elinchrom strobe, which was placed on a bridge above the climber. To get this angle, I rappelled into the other side of the gorge and sat on a small ledge (while still roped in) and had the camera on a tripod. The strobe was triggered by a radio transceiver mounted on top of the camera.Nikon D800, AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm F2.8G ED at 40mm, Gitzo tripod. Exposure: 1/40 sec., ƒ/5.6, ISO 100.

As far as photography genres go, adventure sports photography is fairly new. While this genre is an outgrowth of expedition photography—explorers have documented expeditions using photography since the early 1900s—adventure sports photography as we know it today has only really been around since the early 1970s. By adventure sports, I mean sports like rock climbing, mountain biking, surfing, skiing, snowboarding, B.A.S.E. jumping and whitewater kayaking, to name a few.

What qualifies as an “adventure” is debatable, but for this article, we will define it as an activity with an unknown outcome involving risk. Hence, even if you are creating images of other types of adventures that are not adventure sports, many of the tips and techniques discussed in this article will still apply. 

Get To Know The Sport

For the most part, the best adventure sports photographers working today all started out as participants in the sports they went on to document. To do justice to these adventure sports, as with all sports photography, an intimate understanding of the sport is critical, not just to capture amazing images but also for your own safety and for the safety of everyone involved. I began as a climber before I began capturing images of rock climbers, ice climbers and mountaineers. In that vertiginous environment, knowing how to move around and position yourself, as well as how to stay out of the way of the climbers you are photographing, is particularly important.

Knowledge of the sport and being able to predict what will happen is key to capturing the height of the action as well as the in-between moments that help tell the story. My advice is to start out with sports you know and participate in. If you want to photograph a sport you don’t know that well and don’t participate in, I would suggest that at the very least you try it out for yourself and learn as much as possible.

For this image of Liam Fields dropping over Spirit Falls while whitewater kayaking, four of us hiked down a very steep trail more than a thousand feet into this canyon with 60- to 90-pound backpacks. We shot for three days, working with world-class kayakers and advanced lighting gear to make this image. The sweat factor was high on this shoot.Nikon D810, AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II at 105mm, two Elinchrom ELB 1200 battery-powered Hi-Sync strobes triggered remotely with a transmitter. Exposure: 1/2500 sec., ƒ/5.6, ISO 800.Be Comfortable On Location

For readers of Outdoor Photographer, this probably goes without saying, but pretty much all adventure sports photography happens in the outdoors, and how comfortable you are in the environment in which the sport takes place will have a big impact on the images you are able to produce. A good all-around knowledge base of camping, backpacking and outdoor etiquette will serve you well no matter what sport you are capturing.

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Photographic Portals Assignment Winner Menx Cuizon

Photographic Portals Assignment Winner Menx Cuizon
Photo By Menx Cuizon

Congratulations to Menx Cuizon for winning the Photographic Portals assignment with the image “Hole of Fame.”

“Two of my friends and I went to Pfeiffer Beach a day before New Year’s Eve,” says Cuizon. “We have planned to visit this place a month prior to experience this phenomenon.

“The location is a little tricky to find and I don’t recall any information signs placed along the highway to alert any visitor. Parking space is also very limited. We parked off the road by the entrance and hiked over a mile down to the beach. There were several visitors and photographers in front of the rock formation when we got there (about 2 p.m.), and luckily, I was able to squeeze in between them in the middle where I wanted to be— to photograph the sun behind the hole.

“As the sun slowly descended near the horizon, the sunbeam coming through the hole became more apparent and beautiful. Then I could hear the camera shutters clicking nonstop as everybody got excited to photograph the light show. I was able to take different compositions, including positioning the sun on the right lower corner for a sunburst effect. The light was breathtaking. The experience was truly amazing!”

Nikon D800, Nikon 24-70mm, shutter remote release. Exposure: 0.4 sec., f/22, ISO 100.

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Photo Of The Day By Roger Hostin

Photo Of The Day By Roger Hostin
Photo By Roger Hostin

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Upper Kananaskis Lake” by Roger Hostin. Location: Kananaskis Provincial Park, Alberta.

“Sunrise on snow-covered peaks through the mist over Upper Kananaskis Lake on a cold early October morning,” describes Hostin.

Canon 5DSr, Canon 16-35mm f/4L lens at about 20mm.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Watch Frans Lanting’s “The Art of Photographing Birds” Online Workshop

Watch Frans Lanting’s “The Art of Photographing Birds” Online Workshop
Scarlet macaw in flight, Tambopata National Reserve, Peru. © Frans Lanting / Lanting.com.

Want to improve your photography of birds? Don’t miss your chance to learn from one of the world’s most renown nature and wildlife photographers. Frans Lanting’s photo workshop “The Art of Photographing Birds” will air live — and for free — on CreativeLive.com on Wednesday, March 20, beginning at 9am Pacific.

In this course, Frans will teach specific techniques as well as creative ideas to help you make better portraits of birds, capture them in flight and show birds as part of landscapes and human environments.

If you’re unable to join the course live at 9am Pacific on Wednesday, you can preorder lifetime access to watch it later for $79. Watch the trailer and get more info about the course at:https://www.creativelive.com/class/the-art-of-photographing-birds-frans-lanting.

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Photo Of The Day By Clayton Peoples

Photo Of The Day By Clayton Peoples
Photo By Clayton Peoples

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Fog on Donner Lake” by Clayton Peoples. Location: Donner Lake, California.

“Fog forms over Donner Lake on an early winter day at sunset,” describes Peoples.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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The Psychology Of Photography

The Psychology Of Photography

Your brain is a complex organ. It controls the way you think, what you do, feel, decide, etc. It consists of the left and right hemisphere. While they’re almost identical in looks, they’re completely different in what they regulate. The left side is more analytical. It governs functions that relate to logic, math, analysis, sequencing and numbers. The right side is more intuitive, creative and visual. Functions that relate to the arts, music, rhythm and daydreaming are controlled by it.

People often identify themselves as being more right-brained or more left-brained depending on the job they choose or how they see the world. Photography is said to be a right-brain field, but ironically, as cameras have become very complex and continue to grow even more sophisticated, photographers need to be both right- and left-brained. While it pains a large percentage of camera purchasers to RTM (Read The Manual), to get the most out of the bodies they purchase, it’s important to engage left-brain functions so the right-brain creative aspects can be utilized to the fullest.

When you finalize one of your digital files, a direct relationship between yourself and the optimized file is created. As your photography evolves and you develop a specific “style,” viewers of your images will be able to identify your “signature” look. This, in turn, creates a psychological relationship between you and the viewer. The way you go about creating a RAW capture while you’re in the field says something about you as a photographer. The techniques you use while in the field reveals something as well, as does the amount of time you spend at a location and the way you optimize your RAW files. So what does your photography say about you?

How You Go About Making A Capture: When you’re in the field, can you patiently wait for the light to be perfect or do your thoughts constantly think about that potential photo that’s around the corner or down the road? Can you wait for the sleeping lion with her four cubs to awake from a nap and capture the potential they offer or do you have to drive on to find another subject that may or may not be encountered? Patience can be rewarded or you also stand the chance of securing a once-in-a-lifetime shot if you move on. The bottom line is to be happy with the choice you make and don’t dwell on the opportunity on which you pass if you find nothing around the corner.

Your Techniques: Do you incorporate the time you spent using your left brain and utilize all the features your camera body offers? Do you take advantage of depth of field? Do you engage focus stacking? Do you make a bracketed series and run the files through HDR? Do you set the camera to quiet mode to not scare away a skittish subject? Do you adjust your ISO to complement the amount of ambient light to obtain the best file?  Do you use a tripod? If you answered “no” or “sometimes,” when it comes time to optimize your files and they’re not technically perfect, the bottom line is that although you may have a gifted right brain, open the door to your left brain to maximize your potential.

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Photo Of The Day By Gene Putney

Photo Of The Day By Gene Putney
Photo By Gene Putney

Photo Of The Day: “Nature’s Camouflage” by Gene Putney. Location: Colorado.

See more of Gene Putney’s photography at www.putneynatureimages.com.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Photo Of The Day By Annabelle Averty

Photo Of The Day By Annabelle Averty
Photo By Annabelle Averty

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Divine Connection” by Annabelle Averty.

“The end of the day on the Atlantic Ocean on a beautiful winter day,” describes Averty. “I used a slow shutter speed to add more poetry to the photo.”

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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The LEE100 Filter System Offers Easy Use & Backward Compatibility

The LEE100 Filter System Offers Easy Use & Backward Compatibility

LEE Filters has introduced its new LEE100 Filter System, an update to its LEE 100mm System that incorporates multiple ease-of-use improvements while retaining compatibility with all current LEE 100mm filters, as well as its polarizer filters via an optional adapter.

The design allows you to slide in up to three LEE 100mm filters, and features a new locking dial with three settings allowing full movement, a half-locked position which allows rotation but keeps the filter holders in place, and a fully-locked position which also prevents rotation. Modular filter-guide blocks which snap onto the holder are available in one, two and three-slot configurations.

In addition to slide-in filters, the LEE100 Polarizer can be added to any filter configuration, snapping on to the front of the filter-guide block. Previous LEE 100mm polarizers can be adapted to the system with an optional ring screw-mount ring that is compatible with the snap-in feature.

The core of the system, the LEE100 filter holder, is available for $96. The new LEE100 Polarizer is $267, and the adapter ring for earlier 100mm polarizers is $48. There are also kits available that bundle the LEE100 filter holder and filters:

Landscape Kit—$192

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Photo Of The Day By Tim Nicol

Photo Of The Day By Tim Nicol
Photo By Tim Nicol

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Dead Tree of Life” by Tim Nicol. Location: Republic, Washington.

See more of Tim Nicol’s photography at tjnicol.wixsite.com/photo.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Photo Of The Day By Deena Sveinsson

Photo Of The Day By Deena Sveinsson
Photo By Deena Sveinsson

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Between Us” by Deena Sveinsson. Location: Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Winter Fog And Mist Assignment Winner Bob Faucher

Winter Fog And Mist Assignment Winner Bob Faucher
Photo By Bob Faucher

Congratulations to Bob Faucher for winning the Winter Fog And Mist Assignment with the image, “Moose’s Tooth Massif.”

“My grandson joined me in Talkeetna to do a flightseeing tour of Denali,” says Faucher. “After heavy snow fell just days before our planned departure, we were pleased to see generally clear skies and layers of clouds surrounding the mountain on this day. Perfect! I preset our cameras to Time Variable mode with a modest ISO since we’d be flying fast over vast terrain. This allowed the cameras to select the appropriate aperture quickly. Handholding is required to dampen the vibrations generated by the engine and propeller. We began our ascent up the Great Gorge of Ruth Glacier. As we approached the north end of the gorge, the distinct, spectacular 5,000-foot vertical columns of Moose’s Tooth suddenly appeared to the east. The pilot then turned eastward and we were treated to the entire Moose’s Tooth massif.

“There are certain skylines wilder and far more beautiful than simply the sum of their parts. The Moose’s Tooth massif is such a skyline. It appears more like a long ridge of connected summits than a singular mountain. Indeed, it looks like a jawbone, curved in a subtle horseshoe, each successive point rising in prominence. First, there’s the Sugar Tooth with its snow-pillow summit, then the canine-shaped Eye Tooth and the gleaming white incisor of the Bear Tooth. Last comes the Moose’s Tooth itself, a molar-shaped mountain of bronze buttresses and narrow couloirs, capped by a summit ridge that stretches a mile from its highest point to the west summit. The ridge continues for another mile, dropping steeply to the floor of the gorge. The bright fluffy clouds and lacy wind-blown extensions surrounding each component contrasted highly with the dark, sharp, angular rocky flanks and ridges of the massif.”

Canon EOS 5D II; Canon EF 28-70mm @ 70mm; handheld; RAW capture: f/14 @ 1/250 sec, ISO 100; Auto exposure, TV mode; Center weighted-average metering; Auto WB.

See more of Bob Faucher’s photography at faucherphotography.com.

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Photo Of The Day By Menx Cuizon

Photo Of The Day By Menx Cuizon
Photo By Menx Cuizon

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Glorious” by Menx Cuizon. Location: Yosemite National Park, California.

See more of Menx Cuizon’s photography at www.menxcuizonphotography.com.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Photo Of The Day By Jessica Nelson

Photo Of The Day By Jessica Nelson
Photo By Jessica Nelson

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Red Bellied in the Snow” by Jessica Nelson. Location: Maryland.

See more of Jessica Nelson’s photography at www.thegagglephotography.com.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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Winter Photos Near You

Winter Photos Near You
Winter cedars, Ahwahnee, California, 2019. Sony a7R II, Sony FE 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 GM OSS at 253mm. Exposure: 1/160 sec., ƒ/16, ISO 800.

Winter is nearly over. We’ve had tons of rain and snow here in California’s Sierra Nevada that was desperately needed. I am hoping that one or two big snowstorms come to the Yosemite area before spring arrives. If you have a case of cabin fever this winter, give yourself the assignment of producing a winter portfolio of new images. Get out to your favorite local woods, lake or stream where you can often return in various weather and light. Working locally will give you many more opportunities to be out there after a fresh snowfall, or after a hard freeze when ice is everywhere. After all, it is only through practice that you will ready to make your next great photograph.

Back in February, we had a massive storm hit Yosemite and the central Sierra Nevada. I hear eight feet of snow fell at Tioga Pass, and ten feet at Mammoth Mountain. That was over 4-5 days. At my location of 2000 ft, we had 3-4 inches. I walked around my neighborhood, looking for new images.

A couple of years ago I wrote an essay for Outdoor Photographer called “Winter Etchings” about my love of winter for photographing the landscape. The essence of the article is that winter landscapes offer us wonderfully simplified subjects, be it bare trees or ice patterns or snow-covered scenes.

When photographing the strong graphics of the winter season, we learn to see and compose with the key design elements of a scene in any season. Attention to the graphic design of the image is just as significant as the light or weather. I observe carefully as I compose to see the spacing between objects, the rhythm of lines through the frame or areas of confusion/distraction along the edges of the frame and make adjustments/improvements in the field.

The images in the slideshow below were made within a few hundred yards of my house, with the impressionistic ICM [in-camera movement, “Winter Pines”] photograph taken from my driveway. The ice photo was made on my back patio. The winter oaks in my neighborhood have long attracted my camera, but on these recent walks, I found new subjects, even after nearly 20 years here. These discoveries point out a tenant that I hold dear: Beauty surrounds us every day, and to become better photographers, we must practice seeing and appreciating our surroundings daily. Not only will this improve our photographic vision, but it makes life more enjoyable, more positive.

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Photo Of The Day By pacificabx

Photo Of The Day By pacificabx
Photo By pacificabx

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Magnificent Seven” by pacificabx. Location: Leawood, Kansas.

Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have to do is submit them.

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