Tag: Landscape

How to Photograph Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park

This is the final installment of our guide to photographing wildlife in Yellowstone. The new page (the seventh in this guide) offers suggestions for photographing bison, pronghorn, and more animals in Lamar Valley. Or, start at the beginning to see tips for photographing wildlife in Yellowstone everywhere from Fishing Bay Bridge to Washburn Range. Of […]

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Find Your Icon: Making Meaningful Landscape Photos

From my wanderings, it’s clear we really love our iconic western landscapes. At the Maroon Bells, Delicate Arch, Oxbow Bend and photographic icons across the landscape, you can squeeze in and cross tripod legs with swarms of fellow photographers for the classic landscape shot. While our national park and public land icons feel the crush of tourism from all […]

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There’s More Than One Right Answer

Readers of Outdoor Photographer were first introduced to Dewitt Jones in the publication’s second issue in August 1985. By then, Jones was already well established in photography, working assignments for National Geographic and producing images for major advertising campaigns. When OP approached him to write a regular column, he was at first disinclined but was eventually persuaded, and over the years […]

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