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Outdoor Photographer

November 2019

Outdoor Photographer’s blend of big, beautiful portfolios, in-depth how-to features, buyer’s guides and product reviews combine to make it the premier magazine about nature photography. Our expert staff of editors and columnists is committed to giving you the tools, techniques and inspiration to capture your favorite subjects in a whole new light. Whatever your interest, Outdoor Photographer will inspire and inform you. Special Introductory Offer

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Monochrome Vision Why black-and-white is the best palette for my photography. Tip Of The Week Available on our website—or delivered directly to your inbox—our “Tip of the Week” provides shooting and processing techniques to sharpen your photography skills. Sign up today. On Landscape William Neill’s column on the fine art of landscape photography explores thoughtful approaches to composition and creativity. Assignments Share your best shots in our weekly “Assignments” photo challenges. Submit your images that fit the week’s theme—you may be our next Assignment winner. Connect With Us Get the latest news and be inspired by great photos from the Outdoor Photographer community. Newsletter Subscribe today for updates on the latest features, how-to articles and photography news. http://outdoorphotographer.com/newsletter/…

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Wes Pitts Editorial Director Kristan Ashworth Managing Editor George D. Lepp Field Editor COLUMNISTS Elizabeth Carmel, Melissa Groo, Amy Gulick, Bill Hatcher, Dewitt Jones, Frans Lanting, George D. Lepp, David Muench, William Neill CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Mark Edward Harris, Lewis Kemper, Glenn Randall, William Sawalich PROFESSIONAL ADVISORS Daryl Benson, Jim Brandenburg, Carr Clifton, Daniel J. Cox, Bruce Dale, James Kay, Robert Glenn Ketchum, David Muench, Marc Muench, Michael Nichols, John Shaw, Art Wolfe ART & PRODUCTION Carolyn V. Marsden Art Director Scott Brandsgaard Senior Designer SALES & MARKETING Scott Luksh Media Solutions Director Bob Meth Senior Media Solutions Manager Alexandra Piccirilli Senior Media Solutions Manager Classes, Tours & Workshops Sales Manager clientservices@madavor.com Client Services Andrew Yeum Marketing Director Ryan Gillis Audience Development Analyst Shawn Daniel Tommy Goodale Marketing Associates Tim Doolan Social Media Manager Anthony Buzzeo Content Marketing Supervisor Sarah MacDougall Content Marketing Associate OPERATIONS Jason Pomerantz VP, Circulation Strategy Andrea Palli Operations Supervisor Toni EuniceOperations Coordinator Alicia Roach Human Resources Manager Cheyenne Corliss Client Services Supervisor Tou Zong Her Senior Client Services Associate Aubrie Britto Darren Cormier Rachel Nee Client Services Amanda Joyce Accounting Director Tina McDermott Accounts Payable…

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in this issue

When we think of black-and-white photography, the first images that come to mind are the iconic landscapes of photographers like Ansel Adams or the candid, photojournalistic scenes of everyday life captured by Henri Cartier-Bresson. We don’t typically think of wildlife photography in black-and-white; as a genre, its subjects are usually revealed in full color. So for this year’s Black & White issue, we make a departure from convention to showcase the awe-inspiring monochrome wildlife images of acclaimed photographer David Yarrow. His newly published monograph, David Yarrow Photography: Americas – Africa – Antarctica – Arctic – Asia – Europe (Rizzoli, 2019), features 150 recent photographs, with proceeds being donated to the conservation charities Tusk in the U.K. and WildAid in the U.S. A selection of these images illustrates our interview with…

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Sunrays On Yosemite Valley Morning Fog By Jeff Sullivan “Spring rain and cooling temperatures can create ground fog in Yosemite Valley, so I picked Tunnel View for sunrise on this morning. Dozens of people were present, but when the sun became visible behind clouds without color, everyone left. Seeing a gap in the clouds, I held my workshop participants there. Sure enough, light rays soon burst forth! The dynamic range of the scene was too great for one exposure, so this image was created from five bracketed exposures.” See more of Jeff Sullivan’s work at JeffSullivanPhotography.com. Ghost Trees In Winter By Beth Howell “During a winter visit to Yellowstone National Park, I’d been eyeing these trees for a couple of days but was challenged to find an elegant composition amongst a cluttered backdrop. Then came this…

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new gear & tech

THE NIKON D6 IS COMING SOON Nikon has announced the development of a new flagship DSLR, the D6. Details of the successor to the D5—Nikon’s top-of-the-line professional camera released in 2016—were very limited at the time of this writing, with Nikon merely stating that the camera is in development. Nikon notes that 2019 is the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the D1, so it’s likely that more details on the D6 will be made public by year’s end. Along with the D6, Nikon also announced development of a new F Mount pro telephoto zoom lens, the AF-S NIKKOR 120-300mm f/2.8E FL ED SR VR. Like the D6, details including specs, price and availability weren’t yet disclosed at press time. Contact: Nikon, nikonusa.com. FAST, WIDE PRIME FOR NIKON Z Along with its development announcement…

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sparks lake

Location Sparks Lake is located 25 miles west of Bend, Oregon, along the beautiful Cascades Lakes Scenic Byway. Sweeping mountain views, spring wildflowers and volcanic outcroppings make for naturally elegant compositions that beckon to landscape photographers. With a surface elevation of 5,433 feet, 780 acres of surface area and 10 miles of shoreline, Sparks Lake offers endless opportunity for exploration. Trout-filled waters, excellent campsites and stunning natural scenery make Sparks Lake a favorite amongst photographers, paddlers, hikers, campers and fishermen. Weather Winter weather at Sparks Lake is harsh. Nearby Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort receives over 450 inches of snow annually. The Cascade Lakes Highway is closed from late autumn until late spring. Winter access requires an 11-mile round-trip excursion on the snow-covered highway, necessitating cross-country skiing skills, snowshoeing stamina or a snowmobile. Winter…