Nature Photography Articles
From Digital to Film Photography
Thomas Heaton discusses why he enjoys photographing with film despite living in a digital age.
Great Photographs – They Happen When You Happen
A homage by Bruce Hucko to those moments when a thought, a person, or some other bolt of outside inspiration gets us out of our funk, off our butts, and moving to make something marvelous happen.
The Perils of Pressure
Eric speaks on the negative aspects of pressure and how they affect our creativity and practices as nature photographers.
Research is Knowledge; Knowledge is Power
Talor speaks on the importance of researching not just the logistical tasks but the arguably more important environmental aspects of a location.
An Artist’s Role in Times of War
Cody discusses the role of the artist during times of war, as evidenced by history.
Is Nature Photography Considered Art?
Matt brings to light his personal feelings regarding whether nature photography is considered art, an age-old debate which, ultimately, has no one answer.
How ICM Photography Affects My Creativity
Alfredo shares why he uses the intentional camera movement technique and how it affects his photography.
Creative Self-Expression When Everyone is a Photographer
Brenda discusses the difference between originality in photography and creating work that is self-expressive.
Cody explores the ideas behind slow photography