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Professional photographer Michael DeYoung takes in the majestic view of the Peruvian Ande mountains from Laguna Carhuacocha.

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How do I operate my camera and keep my hands warm?

Keeping hands warm and being able to feel and operate camera controls and your tripod is the biggest challenge for photographers for cold weather shooting. This is the hardest part of your winter...

Michael’s Travel Tripod Suggestions

DO I STILL NEED A TRIPOD? If you consistently want tack sharp landscape images in the best light with deep depth of field, you need a tripod. Sure, you can shoot at ISO 6400 handheld with IS/VR/IBIS...

Creative Tips for Us Regular People: How to Effectively Add Scale to Your Landscape Images

  Even after 35 years in Alaska I am still amazed with the scale of the mountains and landscape. On our latest trip to the Peruvian Andes, I was even more blown away by the size, scale and...

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