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A Beginner’s Guide To Photography

If you are just starting your photography journey, here is a beginners guide to photography, including some of the fundamentals you will encounter as you take your first step. Perhaps the greatest appeal of photography is its a mixture of the creative and technical into one all-encompassing pastime or profession. For newcomers to it, this can be an attractive, but also a daunting prospect. It can seem like there is a very steep learning curve to photography. Yet if approached in the right way, t...
Tags: Photography, ISO, Dslr, Matt Nelson, Cool Photos & Photographers, Kalen Emsley, Olia Gozha, Luca Micheli, Iris Aperture, Mario Calvo, ISO High ISO


A Beginners Guide To Photography

If you are just starting your photography journey, here is a beginners guide to photography, including some of the fundamentals you will encounter as you take your first step. Perhaps the greatest appeal of photography is its a mixture of the creative and technical into one all-encompassing pastime or profession. For newcomers to it, this can be an attractive, but also a daunting prospect. It can seem like there is a very steep learning curve to photography. Yet if approached in the right way, t...
Tags: Photography, ISO, Dslr, Matt Nelson, Cool Photos & Photographers, Kalen Emsley, Olia Gozha, Luca Micheli, Iris Aperture, Mario Calvo, ISO High ISO


Best time visit Hawaii

It’s hard to pinpoint a time of year most desirable to visit paradise. Hawaii enjoys year-long beautiful weather with only two real seasons — summer (from May to October) and winter (from November to April). With the summertime average temperature at 85 degrees paired with it being “dry season,” a visit during summer means some serious fun in the sun. Winter is known as the “wet season” with localized rains bringing about the beautiful lush landscapes Hawaii is well-known and loved for. Visito...
Tags: Travel, US, Barack Obama, Philippines, Hawaii, Santa, Pacific, Carnival, Chinatown, Big Island, Kona Coffee, Waikiki, Hawaii Holidays, Kauai, All, Honolulu


Before traveling to Hawaii

Hawaii is one of the best destinations to escape the winter blues, so for you to make the most of your time away from the mainland, we’ve compiled a short list of things you should know before heading that way. Here are 11 things you need to be aware of before visiting Hawaii. 1. It may be warm in Hawaii, but head to the mountains or volcanoes, and you’ll need some winter gear. Photo: Diana Norgaard While it may be 85 degrees and sunny down at the beach, if you head up to Haleakalā on...
Tags: Travel, Groupon, Thailand, Hawaii, Kaanapali Beach, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Lihue, Haleakala, Maui, All, Oahu, Hana, Hawaii Vacation, Black Rock, North Shore of Oahu


Get outside on Black Friday

Black Friday brings out the best deals and the worst in people. Rather than lining up at dawn shuddering in the cold just to crash a box store in the name of a few hundred dollars off a TV, why not consume some unbelievable images of our beautiful country and be inspired to get outside instead? Just give it a try, see if it works. Better yet, get outside this weekend. It’s a pretty great world out there. 1 Kitch-iti-kipi, Michigan Photo: Aaron Bu...
Tags: Travel, Black Friday, Washington, Nature, Unesco, Wyoming, Alaska, Hawaii, Kansas, Michigan, Yellowstone, Adrian, All, Nature Photography, Henry Miller, Jacksonville Florida


6 essential skills that are second nature to Alaskans

Growing up in Alaska equips you with smarts that will set you up for life. Here are a few essential life skills that are second nature to Alaskans. 1. Building a fire. Photo: John Salzarulo Between tending to the woodstove in the winter, and bonfires and cookouts in the summer, the average Alaskan has tended to roughly 5,486 fires by the time they reach adulthood. Alaskans rarely leave home without a lighter, and even if you’re not the primary one in charge of the fire (a position of prid...
Tags: Travel, Alaska, Moose, All, Bureau of Land Management, Alaskans, Jack Ross, John Salzarulo, Dolly Varden, Glen Jackson, Alaska culture, Alaska facts, Alaska born and raised, Life in Alaska, Alaskan life, Alaskan travel