Interview: Sarah Fuller – The Pencil of Nature Workshop

 By Ryley Smith

 

Fresh air, excited photographers, stunning vistas. You can experience all of this and more during Sarah Fuller’s low-tech photography workshop, The Pencil of Nature, in the Columbia Mountains! During this week-long workshop, participants will be guided through numerous low-tech photographic processes while experiencing the stunning Gold Range mountains. To learn more about this amazing, low-tech workshop, we asked Sarah a few questions and least to say, this workshop sounds outstanding! 

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Conference + Chill Virtual Photo Gathering: OUTDOOR EDITION!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Conference + Chill: The Virtual Photo Gathering, is a place for all genres of photography to meet, blend, and explore. In this specific Outdoor Edition, you’ll get to listen, learn and interact with some phenomenal outdoor photographers! The conference is coming up super fast! This Saturday, November 15th to be exact. So hurry and get your ticket because it’s time to be inspired!

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How to Prepare for Milky Way Photography Season

 By Monika Deviat

 

Although I do night photography throughout the entire year, there are a few months of the year where the Milky Way core disappears below the horizon for all hours of darkness. Here in Southern Alberta, the start of March marks the start of Milky Way season, but it is brief. The core is only above the horizon for a short time before dawn. Spring is my favourite time to shoot the galaxy, and the core disappears again in November.

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The Importance of Digital Asset Management

 By Todd Korol

 

Digital assets are the photographer’s most valuable resource. As your portfolio continues to grow, you need to be able to find, process, caption and store your images. This requires having a system in place to organize your digital files.

There is nothing worse for a photographer when they cannot find an image. Or when a simple hard drive goes down and thousands of images can be lost. This wastes your time trying to find images if you can and could cost the working photographer money.

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