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March 7, 2019

Iceland photography tips

dm1dave-wisconsin-barn-images.nikonians.org_galleries_data_30739_2019-01-24_SPG-8-892-110px.jpgSome of us dare to leave the comfort of our homes and venture out to far-away places, coming back to share the images captured and the knowledge gained.

One of these photographers is team member Russell Whittemore (rosewood_ltd). He has been writing up an extensive travel report with quite a few tips.

Russ takes you on a trip to Iceland in this five part premium article series, published weekly. It is a must-read with lots of tips for anyone interested in landscape, travel photography or the beauty of Iceland in general. Read the article.

Another team member that just came back from a photography excursion is my dear partner and co-founder, Ramón (jrp). He has been scouting for next years ANPAT in the Eastern Sierras, while this years ANPAT spring takes the participants to Cape May and Southeastern Pennsylvania photographing the red knots at Cape May among others.

No matter if you stay home-bound or planning a trip this spring, I do hope you enjoy the camaraderie in the community.
Bo (bgs)

From the portfolios

Wisconsin Barn by David Summers (dm1dave). See his complete portfolio.

January contest winners have been announced: Please join us in congratulating our most recent contest winners. All winning images will be entered in the annual Best of Nikonians 2019 contest. More info

Behind the image
Coming: This month we are starting a new series of articles on the process behind the creation of an image. Please stay tuned.

Quite a few members have joined our current fundraising -- Big thanks! Please make sure you support your community as well.

Learning is so much easier and much more fun together, letting us inspire each other and share our joy, and sometimes mistakes. We are ad-free and independent. With your support, we can improve the community further.

Throughout 2019 we want to ensure that our members are getting improved exposure of their work plus enhanced critique/feedback possibilities.

Posted by bgs at March 7, 2019 6:31 AM