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Category Archives: South America
By Claire Carter Finding a location to take my camera during the summer months has always presented challenges. In recent years the problem has been solved by heading north to find the mid-night sun or cooler weather in North West … Continue reading
A PTR Review: By Bill Name of Travel Agency: Audley Travel About Audley: Audley Travel are specialists in tailor-made individual itineraries for discerning travellers seeking authentic experiences around the world. Their reputation has developed through a deep knowledge and interest … Continue reading
By Mike Johnson Copyright © 2009 Mike Johnson, All Rights Reserved Each year one of my friends and I set a goal that will cause us to work on our fitness during the year, preparing for the adventure. In 2007, … Continue reading
By Mike Johnson Artist’s Website Text and Photographs Copyright © 2013 Mike Johnson, All Rights Reserved Click on Any Photograph to See a Larger Version I have recently returned from a 17 day adventure to the Falkland Islands. Located in … Continue reading
by Michelle Döring (Text and Photographs © copyright Michelle Döring, All Rights Reserved) I got the chance to go the beautiful and magnificent islands of Galápagos. I didn’t plan on doing a cruise but decided to simply go from island … Continue reading
Sunrise over the « Cuernos », Torres del Paine NP (Chile) Click on Photograph for a larger version. By Rafael Rojas Website: http://www.rafaelrojasphoto.com/ (Text and photographs Copyright © 2009, Rafael Rojas , All Rights Reserved) Patagonia, that legendary place… Last month of December we finally could make true … Continue reading
By Jillian Pichocki I participated in a workshop through photoexperience.net during the summer of 2006, and it was a life changing experience. I studied the historical photographic process of the daguerreotype with the contemporary master, Jerry Spagnoli (www.jerryspagnoli.com).
By Melanie The Atacama Desert of northern Chile is the world’s second driest region (Antarctica comes in first). Although the Tropic of Capricorn passes through the region, the Atacama Desert lies in the rain shadow of Chile’s Coast Range, which … Continue reading
By Bill One thing I have found out through experience is that sometimes one should try doing a photograph even when one thinks that the shutter speed isn’t sufficient. My experience is to stick to at least 1/300 or so … Continue reading
Photographs courtesy of Glenn Bartley, Copyright © 2011, All Rights Reserved. For those who enjoy Bird Photography the choice of which photo seminar to attend is difficult as there are hundreds of tours offered. How does one choose which one … Continue reading