Outdoor Eyes Newsletter - Volume 30
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  • Photographing The Apocalypse, AZ
  • How To Condition Yourself For Hiking
  • How To Plan A Menu
  • An Artist's Responsibility
  • How To Photograph From A Car
  • How To Choose Storage Bags
  • Lost and Found In The National Parks
  • Which Is Better - RAW vs. JPG?
  • PHOTOGRAPHING THE APOCALYPSE, AZ
    Text & Photographs By Glen (BAHDog)
    HOW TO CONDITION YOURSELF FOR HIKING
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    For years, I have used the northern Arizona town of Page as a base to refuel and overnight on long Images  Outdoor Eyes mapping missions. In summer, this is a town where throngs of tourists converge. Many come to be out on Lake Powell, a lake with more shoreline than California. Some called the coming of this lake a sort of apocalypse. Others are on a pilgrimage to the much-photographed Antelope canyon. You can raft the Colorado River if you please.
    PHOTOGRAPHING THE APOCALYPSE.

    There is no substitution for hiking when it comes to getting yourself in the best condition you can so Images  Outdoor Eyes that you will enjoy your hiking experience. Even if you exercise on a regular basis, hiking is completely different from many of the exercises that you currently do. If you don't exercise on a regular basis, then you have to start very slowly... but you can be ready in a short period of time.
    HOW TO CONDITION YOURSELF FOR HIKING.

    HOW TO PLAN A MENU
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin
    AN ARTIST'S RESPONSIBILITY
    Text & Photographs By Lawrence Gard

    Whether you are backpacking or kayak camping, you seem to start thinking about food almost continuously. Images  Outdoor Eyes It's probably because you are burning up so many calories due to paddling or hiking that gets you day dreaming about "What's for lunch or dinner?" When you finally start cooking, it better be at least as good as what you've been thinking about all day long.
    HOW TO PLAN A MENU.

    There can be no doubt that artists, including photographers, bear great responsibility. First of Images  Outdoor Eyes all, an artist must decide upon and establish an artistic vision that truly represents her or his creative goals. To accomplish this, there are important choices to be made by photographers, including what subject matter best reflects the artist's passion, what type of equipment is best suited to the work at hand...
    AN ARTIST'S RESPONSIBILITY.

    HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH FROM A CAR
    Text & Photographs By Lars S Madsen
    HOW TO CHOOSE STORAGE BAGS
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    A lot of people see nature photography as long hikes in remote wilderness carrying large amounts of Images  Outdoor Eyes equipment, or day after day in a photo-hide in endless waiting for the right situation to occur. Those scenarios are also part of nature photography but it certainly does not have to be that way. Taking the car for a ride is actually an excellent approach to nature photography for the lazy photographer.
    HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH FROM A CAR.

    A perfect paddling day can be spoiled when your kayak gear, stored in the bulkhead, turns out to be wet Images  Outdoor Eyes and soggy. Keeping your gear dry is not tough when the correct methods are used. All gear that needs to be dry should be stored in either a waterproof (not water resistant) bag or container.
    HOW TO CHOOSE STORAGE BAGS.

    LOST AND FOUND IN THE NATIONAL PARKS
    Text & Photographs By Jim Burnet
    WHICH IS BETTER - RAW VS. JPG?
    Text & Photographs By Jaybee

    Sooner or later, many of us will experience that sudden feeling of panic while we're away from home. Images  Outdoor Eyes Where's the camera? (Okay, some people will ask the same question at home, but that's a different problem.) A frantic search of your vehicle, backpack or other likely locations confirms your fears. Your camera, and the possibly priceless photos it contains, is missing.
    LOST AND FOUND IN THE NATIONAL PARKS.

    RAW is a love it or hate it thing. I love it and wouldn't entertain using JPG for any shots. Images  Outdoor Eyes Regardless of what anyone argues, a perfectly exposed JPG shot is far inferior in quality to a correctly exposed and processed RAW image. Whether you shoot in RAW or JPG the absolute critical factor is exposure. If you don't get that right then it doesn't really matter what format you shoot, you aren't going to end up with a decent image.
    WHICH IS BETTER - RAW VS. JPG?

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