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Outdoor PhotographerOutdoor Photographer

Outdoor Photographer

March 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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The “Normal” LensMastering composition with standard focal length lenses.Tip of the WeekAvailable 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.The American Landscape 2019 Photo ContestOur premier photo contest is now accepting submissions. Show us your best landscape images for your chance to win generous prize packages. Entry period ends April 27. Photo by The American Landscape 2018 winner Peter Coskun.Improve Your Landscape PhotographyWilliam Neill’s “On Landscape” column explores nature photography from an artistic, contemplative perspective. Get insights from Neill for thoughtful approaches to create compelling scenic images.Connect With UsGet the latest news and be inspired by great photos from the Outdoor Photographer community.NewsletterSubscribe today for updates on the latest features, how-to articles and…

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Photographer: Gary HartLocation: Yosemite National Park, CAEquipment: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USMSituation: Immortalized by Ansel Adams and visited by thousands of photographers each year, Tunnel View has become one of the world’s most beloved vistas. Approaching Yosemite Valley on CA State Route 41, visitors exiting the monochrome monotony of the Wawona Tunnel are treated to a living-color view of “who’s who” of Yosemite icons. The sudden unfolding of El Capitan, Cloud’s Rest, Half Dome, Sentinel Rock, Sentinel Dome, Cathedral Rocks and Bridalveil Fall make me feel the way Dorothy must have felt when she first opened the door on Oz.While I usually visit Tunnel View several times on each Yosemite trip, I only bring my camera out when I think something special might be possible.…

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in this issue

For those who studied photography in a formal setting as I did in college, the fundamentals of photographic composition are taught in both theory and practice. Dynamically arranging the elements of a scene within the boundaries of the frame comes naturally to some people, but this is a talent that can be learned by anyone. Whether you developed your skill in photography academically or simply through trial-and-error in the field, a review of the core concepts in composition can help you further improve your images. In his three-part series on the topic, “The Art of Seeing”—the first part of which appears in this issue—Marc Muench guides us through the core concepts of composition and his personal approach to landscape photography. “It’s possible that with no formal training, and your camera…

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contributors

Marc Muench is a renowned landscape photographer with 11 book titles and numerous magazine, calendar and poster titles to his name. Following in the family tradition started by his grandfather Josef Muench and then his father, David Muench, Muench runs photography workshops around the world. See more of his work at marcmuench.com.Carlton Ward Jr. uses photography to inspire conservation of his home state’s nature and culture. He founded the Florida Wildlife Corridor campaign in 2010 to build public support for keeping Florida wild and has received the Conservation Leadership Award from the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida. See more of his work at carltonward.com.A professional landscape photographer based in northern California, Gary Hart leads photo workshops, sharing his more than four decades of photography experience in iconic locations around…

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showcase

In this issue’s Showcase, we’re featuring finalists from last year’s The American Landscape photo contest. This year’s contest is now underway—visit outdoorphotographer.com/americanlandscape to enter.MORNING DOUBLE BOLTBy John DodsonAn early-morning thunderstorm seen from Mohave Point on Hermit Road in the western section of Grand Canyon National Park. This dramatic storm moved from west to east along the north rim of the canyon while I watched safely on the south rim. These lightning bolts occurred a few seconds apart as they were captured with a lightning trigger on my camera. I composited in a portion of one of the bolts to convey the drama of the moment. It was as if I was watching a storm move across a movie screen from my vantage point, easily one of the most dramatic mornings…

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new gear & tech

NEW S-LINE LENS FOR Z MOUNT, PLUS FILMMAKER’S KITNikon has announced a new S-Line lens for its Z mount mirrorless cameras, as well as a Filmmaker’s Kit featuring the Nikon Z 6.The NIKKOR Z 14-30mm f/4 S is the fourth lens to be introduced in the S-Line and the widest option thus far, joining the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S, NIKKOR Z 35mm f/1.8 S and NIKKOR Z 50mm f/1.8 S. The focal length range of this new zoom is ideal for landscape and travel photography. Nikon was able to design this lens with a front lens element that’s nearly flat, which Nikon states makes it the “world’s first filter-attachable ultra-wide-angle zoom lens covering a focal length from 14mm.”At 1.07 pounds and just 3.5 inches long when retracted, the NIKKOR…

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