Cover Shot, September 2019

The September 2019 issue of Outdoor Photographer features 10 Fall Color Hotspots—ideal locations around the country to capture the beauty of autumn foliage. Some of these destinations are places you might not expect. Wherever you live, there’s likely an opportunity to photograph spectacular fall color within a few hours drive. Also in this issue is […]

GoPro with Man’s Last Moments on Earth Retrieved by Diver, Returned to Owner’s Family

Every once in a while, we stumble upon a heartwarming story from the world of photography that we just have to share, and this is one of those articles. A diver located a deceased man’s GoPro containing his last moments on Earth at the bottom of a waterfall and the diver was able to return […]

Apple Announces National Park App Collection

In celebration of the National Park Service’s 103rd anniversary on Sunday, August 25, Apple has announced a special app collection that will help people make the most of their visit to America’s parks by offering trail maps and guides, mountain identification and peak elevation maps, plant and animal identification, and more. To learn more, check […]

Illustrator FAQ: The Total Beginner’s Guide to Vector Illustration, Pt. 1

How do I change canvas size? How do I change the color of an image? How do I erase? Answers to the questions every Illustrator beginner asks. The post Illustrator FAQ: The Total Beginner’s Guide to Vector Illustration, Pt. 1 appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog. ]]> View the original article here

15 Photography Books to Read to Inspire Your Next Shoot

Pick up one of our top fifteen photography books to read, and find endless inspiration for shooting imagery of every type. The post 15 Photography Books to Read to Inspire Your Next Shoot appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog. ]]> View the original article here

Photographing the Last Tattooed Headhunters: Advice for Successful Travel Photography Trips

Have you always wished you gathered the courage to dive deep into travel photography? It can be an unforgettable experience, but be cautious because you are highly likely to contract a “travel bug” for the rest of your life! [ Read More ] ]]> View the original article here

Award-Winning Wedding Photographer Has Line of Customers Claiming They Never Got Their Pics

One investigative team at a local news station in Orlando has done a pretty eye-opening piece about an award-winning wedding photographer that has apparently yet to deliver photos to multiple clients. The story came to the station’s attention after said clients began complaining about the photographer. FStopper’s reports that Nick Seago’s SNi Photography has come […]

Photo Of The Day By Beth Young

Photo By Beth Young Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Doud Creek Backlit Calla Lilies” by Beth Young. Location: Garrapata State Park, Big Sur, California.“Photographing the calla lilies that grow along a small stretch of Doud Creek in Garrapata State Park in Big Sur is a massive exercise in patience, to be sure, particularly on […]

Useful Gimbal Tripod Head Configuration Tips

When I purchased my first large zoom lens it came equipped with a tripod foot. I quickly learned that a standard ball-head wasn’t the best way to use one of these beasts on a tripod. This started my venture into the gimbal games and actually helped in ways that I didn’t anticipate. [ Read More […]

How We Got 100,000 Subscribers on Our Youtube Channel

Recently, our Shutterstock Tutorials channel was able to reach 100k subscribers. Here’s a look behind the scenes at what it took to get there. The post How We Got 100,000 Subscribers on Our Youtube Channel appeared first on The Shutterstock Blog. ]]> View the original article here

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