If you've read Part 1 of Rebecca Latson's armchair photography guide to Arches National Park, then you should be all set for a continuation with Part 2 as Rebecca takes you through the rest of the park, showing you places to capture wonderful images from pullouts, paved view areas, along the trail of a popular hike and even from a campground.
Photography in the Parks
Photography In The National Parks: An eBook To Help You Navigate Zion National Park’s Photogenic Side
Thinking of visiting Zion National Park, but don't know where or when to stop for the perfect photograph and don't have the time to spend scouting for locations? Planning on a return trip to visit a favorite spot or seek out a new location? The Ultimate Guide to Photographing Zion National Park eFotoGuide may be just what you need to capture some awesome images within this awesome national park.
I have never been much of a landscape photographer and am ashamed to admit that during my first visits to Grand Teton National Park, where the views don’t get any better, I only had eyes for the close up shots of the bears.
Whether you were looking to improve your technical expertise with a camera, or curious about the thought processes that professional photographers went through in framing their photos, Contributing Photographers Deby Dixon and Rebecca Latson covered the bases for you through the past 12 months. Here for your review, and just a click away, are the columns they wrote in 2014.
Photography in a national park is not always about the landscape or wildlife shot. Sometimes, it can be about the people and culture, as photographer Rebecca Latson discovered while spending time within Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park.
The annual elk culling in Grand Teton National Park this fall was raw and ugly. Visitors coming to enjoy one of the jewels of the National Park System were greeted by a blood sport.
Photography In The National Parks: Katmai Or Lake Clark National Parks, Which Is Best For Bear Photography?
So you can't decide between Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park for your bear viewing photography? Rebecca Latson weighs in on comparisons between the two.
In Yellowstone National Park today the wind was blowing cold air, snow and rain into my face as I stood in Lamar Valley and watched as the “new” Lamar Canyon pack, two adults and six pups, made their first public appearance in their valley. The pack visited an old carcass, ran, played and hunted a 7-point bull elk.
Photography In The National Parks: Digitally Capturing The Bears In Lake Clark National Park And Preserve
Having focused on the bears during her 2014 photo tour of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska, Rebecca Latson returns to give us some tips on how she captured those shots and how you can use these insights to get amazing bear images of your own.