Outdoor Eyes Newsletter - Volume 33
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Thank you for subscribing to the Outdoor Eyes Newsletter & Forum. Logo If Outdoor Eyes helps to improve your photography or motivates you to participate in an outdoor adventure, then it has fulfilled its purpose. I hope you enjoy this month's issue.  Philip "PT" Tulin

  • Spring Photography - Smoky Mountains
  • Digitally Converting Color to Black & White
  • Glacier National Park Photo & Visit Tips
  • Digital Camera Binoculars
  • Shooting Macro Is Challenging
  • The Eastern Sierras Along Highway 395
  • A Strategy For Exiting The Creative Rut
  • Outdooreyes Photography Contest
  • SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE SMOKY MOUNTAINS, Part I
    Text & Photographs By Jon Massie
    DIGITALLY CONVERTING COLOR TO BLACK & WHITE
    Text & Photographs By Glen

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a photographer's playground at all times of the year, but especially so in the Spring. Nature's rebirth in the Smokies begins with blooming redbuds and dogwoods Images © Outdoor Eyes and continues with an explosion of approximately 1,500 flowering herbs, shrubs and trees. Rivers and streams are at or near their high-water mark and varied weather conditions allow the chance for capturing the many moods of the Smoky Mountains. Redbud trees begin blooming in early-to-mid April and phenomenal displays can be found along Little River Road.
    SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE SMOKY MOUNTAINS. »

    There is a current resurgence and rediscovery of the art of B&W photography. It is a powerful medium when used correctly and has a feel to it that color cannot replicate. I do hold color work very highly Images © Outdoor Eyes but I am drawn to the power of the B&W medium, which not only has influence my color work but also is the very roots of my photographic journey. There are many ways to convert your digital files from color the B&W. Many are just plain clumsy. After trying many of the methods in Photoshop, I have come to rely on several Plugins which make the conversion more controlled with their excellent interfaces.
    DIGITALLY CONVERTING COLOR TO BLACK & WHITE. »

    GLACIER NATIONAL PARK PHOTO & VISIT TIPS
    Text & Photographs By Jim Burnett
    DIGITAL CAMERA BINOCULARS - THE REVOLUTION IS HERE
    Text & Photographs By Scott Gray

    If you're looking for outstanding opportunities for both outdoor photography and recreation, Glacier National Park in northwestern Montana ought to be on your list. Images © Outdoor Eyes The park's one million plus acres includes spectacular mountains and lakes, 700 miles of trails and a wide variety of ecosystems, from sub-alpine tundra to dense forests reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest. Glacier is also home to one of the most spectacular scenic drives in the world, the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Bisecting the heart of the park, the 50 mile drive crosses the Continental Divide at Logan Pass...
    GLACIER NATIONAL PARK PHOTO & VISIT TIPS »

    Technology advances in recent years have allowed us to take huge leaps in the photography industry. One of the most important aspects of this leap has been the invention of the digital camera. Images © Outdoor Eyes With the digital camera, you no longer have to worry about inconvenient film or having your own dark room if you wish to develop your own pictures. Nope, all you need is your own computer, a digital camera, and you’re off to the races. Couple the digital camera and the binocular, and you have the digital camera binocular.
    DIGITAL CAMERA BINOCULARS. »

    SHOOTING MACRO IS CHALLENGING & ENJOYABLE.
    Text & Photographs By Andrea Corrie
    PHOTOGRAPHY & THE EASTERN SIERRAS ALONG HIGHWAY 395 CORRIDOR
    Text & Photographs By Paul Breitkreuz

    Shooting macro is a challenging and enjoyable aspect of digital photography. But what equipment do you need to get good results? Over the past five years I have progressed to using my ideal setup, Images © Outdoor Eyes particularly for floral photography, that is my Canon Digital Rebel plus a dedicated Canon macro lens, which was purchased used but in mint condition. Amaryllis are particularly difficult to capture but with the above, I was able to get the following shot with natural lighting.
    SHOOTING MACRO IS CHALLENGING & ENJOYABLE. »

    The Eastern Sierra region, also known as the Highway 395 corridor, is a long time favorite area for many photographers. Over the years well-known photographers such as Ansel Adams and Galen Rowell Images © Outdoor Eyes produced many exceptional photographs that anyone who visits the area will recognize. The Eastern Sierra region begins at the southern end of Highway 395 at Little Lake and continues up along the eastern spine of the California Sierra Mountain range to the town of Bridgeport in the north.
    THE EASTERN SIERRAS ALONG HIGHWAY 395 CORRIDOR. »

    A STRATEGY FOR EXITING THE CREATIVE RUT
    Text & Photographs By Gary Slawsky
    OUTDOOREYES PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    Often our approach to photographing a subject is to capture it on impulse. This strategy can result in excellent photographs. However, after capturing the moment, this strategy Images © Outdoor Eyes often leads to a photographer wondering what's next. One alternative is to study an area for awhile in order to become familiar with the environment and its affect on the subject.
    A STRATEGY FOR EXITING THE CREATIVE RUT. »

    The Outdooreyes Photography Contest begins on August 25th and ends on September 8th. The Outdoor Eyes Photography Contest is for all types of outdoor photographers. Images © Outdoor Eyes There are 3 categories: Wildlife, Macro/Close-Up & Outdoor. The 3 winners in each category will receive a free year's Gallery membership. The contest is a lot of for fun for everyone. So, give it a try and enter.
    OUTDOOREYES PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST. »

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