Outdoor Eyes Newsletter - Volume 27
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  • How To Use Light, Shade & Imagination
  • Making Cuts From Flowers Tutorial
  • How To Choose Camping Cookware
  • Photography Via Bicycle
  • How To Take Care Of A Drysuit
  • Photography Rules
  • Photographing the Aurora Borealis
  • How To Choose A Hydration System
  • HOW TO USE LIGHT, SHADE & IMAGINATION
    Text & Photographs By Andrea Clark
    MAKING CUTS FROM FLOWERS TUTORIAL
    Text & Photographs By Linda Phelps

    If, like me, you enjoy close up photography, you will appreciate that light and shade play a significant Images  Outdoor Eyes role in the overall look of your images. I have recently started to explore this aspect of photography and have seen or read about the wealth of equipment that is available to harness light and create different effects...
    HOW TO USE LIGHT, SHADE & IMAGINATION.

    Sometimes the background of a lovely flower or another subject is so messy, you do not want to use the Images  Outdoor Eyes captured image as it comes directly from the camera. One alternative is to provide a new background. This is my personal work flow for this kind of work. There are many ways to do this, but this method works the best for me...
    MAKING CUTS FROM FLOWERS TUTORIAL.

    HOW TO CHOOSE CAMPING COOKWARE
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin
    PHOTOGRAPHY VIA BICYCLE
    Text & Photographs By Steve Upperman

    In purchasing equipment for the outdoors, I always use the same thought process. How often am I going to Images  Outdoor Eyes upgrade my equipment based on the new radical improvements that the manufacturer will come out with? How long before my existing equipment will become obsolete and I will have to replace it? How long will it be before I...
    HOW TO CHOOSE CAMPING COOKWARE.

    Bicycles are a great way to get around quietly and quickly in an urban area. It is very easy for me to Images  Outdoor Eyes go to a place, get off my bicycle, and take photos. I don't have to worry about parking a car. Taking photos from a bicycle has opened up new areas for me. I get around the hike and bike trails...
    PHOTOGRAPHY VIA BICYCLE.

    HOW TO TAKE CARE OF A DRYSUIT
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin
    PHOTOGRAPHY RULES
    Text & Photographs By Rickey Brown

    It makes absolutely no sense to purchase an expensive drysuit if you don't know how to keep your drysuit Images  Outdoor Eyes safe. Take care of your drysuit and your drysuit will take care of you. The following are some helpful hints and tips to help you maintain your drysuit.
    HOW TO TAKE CARE OF A DRYSUIT.

    With all the electronic gizmos we have at disposal we must never forget that our brain never has dead Images  Outdoor Eyes batteries or is left at home. It pays to store these rules on the old internal hard drive... our brain.
    PHOTOGRAPHY RULES.

    PHOTOGRAPHING THE AURORA BOREALIS
    Text & Photographs By Stan Richard
    HOW TO CHOOSE A HYDRATION SYSTEM
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    Although I enjoy landscape photography very much, my main passion is in capturing what I and many others Images  Outdoor Eyes consider nature's greatest show - the Aurora Borealis, or "northern lights". If you live in the southern hemisphere they are named the "Aurora Australis" or "southern lights". Today we know what causes this phenomena to occur, but many times...
    PHOTOGRAPHING THE AURORA BOREALIS.

    How do I stay hydrated? The loss of water while hiking can impair your performance and potentially lead Images  Outdoor Eyes to a dangerous situation. Proper hydration is vital for everyone. On average, 64 ounces of water a day is considered optimal, but the need increases with exercise as well as other factors like heat and humidity...
    HOW TO CHOOSE A HYDRATION SYSTEM.

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