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Urban Spaces – Parks and Forests Near the City (preview)

Story and photography by Joe Cantin Landscapes, forests, wildlife, national and provincial parks are common subjects for professional and amateur photographers. Perhaps the road less travelled for avid shooters is the one leading to points of interest in their own urban backyard. The city can provide intimate and interesting photographic settings. To read and see […]

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July 2014 Editor’s Assignment

Deadline: July 31, 2014 Assignment is now closed. Assignment images already submitted: For this assignment create a forest image. In the current Summer/Fall 2014 issue, Adam Gibbs shows you how to create order out of forest chaos for impactful images. Keep his techniques in mind while trying this assignment. Be creative and above all have […]

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Forest Photography — Creating Order Out of Chaos for the Most Impactful Images (preview)

OK, I admit it. I love trees. I guess you could even call me a tree hugger. Throughout my photographic career one thing has become clear to me – I have an abundance of tree pictures. Sure, I love to photograph grand landscapes and the odd critter, but as I look through my images I’ve […]

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