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Outdoor Photographer October 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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Madavor Media, LLC
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The “Normal” Lens Mastering composition with standard focal length lenses. 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. Solve Creative & Technical Challenges George Lepp’s “Tech Tips” column explores practical solutions and gear advice for a wide range of photographic subjects. 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 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 BuzzeoContent Marketing Associate ART & PRODUCTION Carolyn V. Marsden Art Director Scott Brandsgaard Senior Designer OPERATIONS Jason Pomerantz VP, Circulation Strategy Andrea Palli Operations Supervisor Toni EuniceOperations Coordinator Alicia Roach Human Resources Generalist Cheyenne Corliss Client…

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Photographer: Justin Black Location: Scoresbysund, Greenland Equipment: FUJIFILM GFX 50S, FUJINON GF120mmF4 R LM OIS WR Macro, Singh-Ray LB Polarizing Filter Situation: Aboard the schooner Rembrandt van Rijn in Greenland’s vast Scoresbysund fjord system, our Visionary Wild expedition group set out to shore in the ship’s Zodiacs for a hike to a position overlooking the Rolige Brae Glacier. On the way, we came across one of the most magnificent icebergs I’ve ever seen, composed almost entirely of ancient deep-glacier ice. The sunlight sparkled, bounced and refracted as it penetrated the various fins, arches, horns and facets around the iceberg’s circumference. As the boats maneuvered, shutters clicked and exclamations of awe-struck incredulity were heard. This situation was ideal for the application of subtractive composition. The greatest beauty of the iceberg wasn’t in its full form,…

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In the early days of interchangeable-lens digital cameras, 35mm-sized “full-frame” sensors were the holy grail. The reason for this at the time made sense: leading camera makers had extensive lineups of lenses designed for 35mm. Lenses for smaller-sensor cameras had to be developed, which meant fewer options compared to the decades’ worth of 35mm optics and required photographers to invest in new lenses. The camera market splintered. Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Sony (which purchased Minolta’s 35mm business) pursued both APS-C and full-frame format sensors, Fujifilm focused on APS-C, and Olympus and Panasonic teamed up on an all-new format, Micro Four Thirds. Mirrorless technology added a new hurdle as it required yet another new lens mount or adapters for older lenses. Let’s just say that the interchangeable-lens camera market got complicated. Fast…

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contributors

Justin Black’s photographs have been published widely and featured in numerous exhibitions. In collaboration with organizations like the World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, Panthera, the Sierra Club and Conservation International, his photography has been used to promote conservation campaigns around the world. See more of his work at visionarywild.com. A professional photographer, filmmaker, writer and adventurer, Bruce Dorn is also active as an educator in the photographic and filmmaking industries. He is a Canon Explorer of Light and a brand ambassador for companies including Western Digital, Tiffen Steadicam, SanDisk, ARRI and Westcott. See more of his work at brucedorn.com. Josh Miller’s photography has appeared in the pages of publications throughout the world, and he regularly shoots for clients in the outdoor industry. Miller also leads photo workshops throughout the western U.S.,…

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Congratulations to the winners of The American Landscape 2019 photo contest. Featured here are the Grand Prize, Second Prize and Third Prize winners. See all of the finalists at outdoorphotographer.com/photo-contests/the-american-landscape. GRAND PRIZE Cliffs Of The Nā Pali Coast By Matt Meisenheimer “The cliffs of the Nā Pali Coast rise over 4,000 feet from the shoreline below. It’s a magnificent thing to see. The mountains of Kauai are some of the most unique out there. They give you the feeling that you’re living in a prehistoric environment that existed millions of years ago. “I ran into some phenomenal conditions while hiking around the Kalalau Valley during a recent trip. I scrambled to find a suitable composition and came across this scene. I liked how the lone tree was catching light, and I felt the rainbows were…

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