Outdoor Eyes Newsletter - Volume 29
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  • Making An Income With Your Photography
  • Bass Trail Head To Powell Plateau
  • 10 Landscape Photography Tips
  • How To Cook Over An Open Fire
  • The Effect Of Weather Changes
  • How To Photograph In The Winter
  • How To Photograph Dead Horse Park
  • How To Choose A Water Bottle
  • MAKING AN INCOME WITH YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY
    Text & Photographs By Jaybee
    BASS TRAIL HEAD TO POWELL PLATEAU
    Text & Photographs By Jerry Reber

    A hobby that pays for itself doesn't have to be a dream. With a little thought you can breach the world Images  Outdoor Eyes of the professional and make an income from your images. If you can string a few words together then you double your chances. The world revolves around imagery and there are huge holes in there that the amateur photographer can fill. Many of these voids are there simply because the professional photographer either thinks it beneath them OR the returns are not worth the effort involved.
    MAKING AN INCOME WITH YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY.

    When you visit the Grand Canyon, there are two choices: the South Rim or the North Rim. Here is a hike on Images  Outdoor Eyes the North Rim, the exciting Powell Plateau. Wow! What a great experience! It was a challenge, though. Powell Plateau is a backcountry "ship" or island in the Grand Canyon National Park. Well worth the effort! It starts at the Bass Trail Head located in the remote backcountry of the North Rim. This trail head is 18 miles drive by high clearance vehicle. The last 6 miles took me 45 minutes to cover and I wished that I had more sleep last night.
    BASS TRAIL HEAD TO POWELL PLATEAU.

    10 LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS
    Text & Photographs By Mahesh
    HOW TO COOK OVER AN OPEN FIRE
    Text & Photographs By John Westbrook

    Much of what I mention will be from a SLR point of view, but can be applicable to most camera systems Images  Outdoor Eyes where you have a good degree of manual control. These suggestions are by no means comprehensive...just a few thing to get the beginner thinking. Always take a tripod (a good tripod). Yes, even on a bright, sunny day. Many times you'll want to use a very small aperture (big f number) to achieve great depth of field.
    10 LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS.

    Portable fuel-burning stoves are all the rage nowadays for hiking and camping. Between fire safety and Images  Outdoor Eyes the lack of available wood in most public camping areas, I suppose they have their place. But there's a certain mystique about cooking over a wood fire while camping that the little stoves can't duplicate. Besides, it's not really camping out unless you get smoke in your eyes a couple of times. First, you have to build a fire and get a good bed of coals.
    HOW TO COOK OVER AN OPEN FIRE.

    THE EFFECT OF WEATHER CHANGES
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin
    HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH IN THE WINTER
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    Wildlife tends to relate to the weather in the same way that we do. When it is cold, wildlife tends to Images  Outdoor Eyes stay in a covered area to remain warm. In hot weather, wildlife tends to stay in a cool, shady area. Their sense of smell is changed so they are more fearful of the danger that potentially lurks in the outdoors. During rain storms, wildlife also tend to remain inactive. Once the storm is over or the temperature changes, much wildlife activity will be seen.
    THE EFFECT OF WEATHER CHANGES

    What would be the most difficult of all seasons to photograph? Winter, of course! It seems that more Images  Outdoor Eyes photographs are discarded in the winter than any other season. Why? Because the average tone of a snow-covered landscape is far lighter than a medium gray. So, the photograph of snow often is underexposed. The rule of snow photography is very simple. "Most of your photographs will probably turn out too dark with possibly with a shade of blue, if you let your meter be your guide."
    HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH IN THE WINTER.

    HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH DEAD HORSE PARK
    Text & Photographs By Terry Long
    HOW TO CHOOSE A WATER BOTTLE
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    Dead Horse Point is 2,000 feet above the Colorado River and provides a breathtaking panorama of Images  Outdoor Eyes Canyonland. Dead Horse Point is on the same road leading to Canyonlands Island In The Sky and a place that shouldn't be missed. The many layers of geologic time may be viewed while standing on the cayon rim. It reveals over 300 million years of the earth's history.
    HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH DEAD HORSE PARK.

    You don't have to read every field guide to learn about nature and wildlife. Images  Outdoor Eyes All you have to do is observe and question. Nature is not as random as people tend to believe. Why does one particular person have more nature experiences? Is that person just plain lucky?
    HOW TO CHOOSE A WATER BOTTLE.

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