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Top 10 Photography Tips for Cold Conditions

Top 10 Photography Tips for Cold Conditions

WWF July 7, 2014 7

It’s hard to believe that Elisabeth Kruger, an Arctic and Bering Sea program officer for WWF, once had a career in theater, specifically lighting design. Her interest in lighting attracted her to photography and,

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Video: Photography Tip for Shooting Wildlife

Video: Photography Tip for Shooting Wildlife

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 12, 2014 4

As wildlife enthusiasts, we’ve probably all done it: tried to sneak up on an unsuspecting animal so that we could get a better photographic shot. While you and I would never pursue a wild

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Video: Fata Morgana Over a Newfoundland Iceberg

Video: Fata Morgana Over a Newfoundland Iceberg

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 29, 2014 0

We’re all familiar with the concept of desert mirages, a naturally occurring optical phenomenon in which light rays are bent to produce a displaced image of the sky or distant objects. In the desert,

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Photos: A black bear cub sees the world for the first time!

Photos: A black bear cub sees the world for the first time!

Kendal Bower May 20, 2014 0

Spring has officially arrived!  Trees are budding, flowers are blooming, and sleepy bears are emerging from their dens after the long winter.  One photographer was lucky-enough to capture just this.  Peter Mather was traveling

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Eagle Steals a Camera and Creates One-of-a-Kind Film

Eagle Steals a Camera and Creates One-of-a-Kind Film

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 17, 2014 6

The recent popularity of GoPros and other helmet cameras have certainly given us some amazing footage of the natural world, the likes of which have never been viewed before. Now, it seems, an eagle

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Great Read: The Oldest Living Things in the World

Great Read: The Oldest Living Things in the World

Kendal Bower April 14, 2014 0

Have you ever wanted to travel back in time to see what the world was like 50 years ago… 100 years ago… 200 years ago?  What about 9,000 years ago?  A new book that

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