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Pushing Limits – Fluorescing Nature: Using Ultraviolet Light to Make Your Subject Glow (preview)

Story and photography by Don Komarechka  I’ve often referred to the world of macro photography as “the universe at our feet,” with unending details to explore everywhere you look. Photographers can capture magical qualities in this unseen world, but there are techniques that push further into a realm of fantasy: ultraviolet fluorescence. Many natural and […]

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Macro Insect Photography — Local parks with exotic treasures (preview)

Story and photography by Mel Diotte Macro photography opens up a whole new world of subtle details. It encourages a person to slow down and to look at things differently and more closely. From styles and techniques to where and when to shoot, learn more about macro photography from the best in this issue as […]

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Pushing Limits – How Technology Broadens Our Creative Potential (full story)

Story and photography by Don Komarechka There has never been a better time to be a photographer. It’s easy to say that photographers have had access to unlimited creative choices and possibilities, yet somehow new technology always pushes those limits farther. New camera sensors, lenses, software and countless gadgets allow us to pursue ideas and […]

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