Having given you an insight on the best way to reach Yellowstone National Park in winter, Roger Reynolds goes on to discuss the issues that surround photographing in the extreme cold.CONTINUE READING
Phil is a Professional Photographer of considerable experience. He says about himself:- I have to be honest, it was with a bit of trepidation that I agreed to write a short article for the Sigma website. After all I am a photographer not an author and writing about myself feels just a little bit strange.CONTINUE READING
Roger Reynolds has been involved in photography for thirty years and today is engaged in professional travel photography as well as being an expert consultant in road safety camera systems.CONTINUE READING
The arguments of the last few years concerning Film versus Digital look likely to be replaced with a new, and probably just as contentious battle, that of full frame versus cropped sensors.CONTINUE READING
Over the past half a dozen years or so there have been a myriad of advances in digital camera sensor technology. New advances are still being announced at regular intervals. On top of that, sensor sizes from different manufactures vary from absolutely tiny through to offerings for medium format backs and more.CONTINUE READING
Do you fancy yourself as a wildlife photographer, but don't know where to get started?
Do you think it will be expensive to get the equipment together? Don't have the time to go to all those exotic locations? Well specialist equipment and time away in far flung places just aren't necessary as Ian Andrews explains.
Yellowstone National Park is rightly regarded as one of the greatest photographic locations on the planet. Yellowstone was to become the first National Park in the United States when it was formed in 1872. The park is the size of Wales and contains over 10,000 thermal features, over 80% of those found on earth. Roger Reynolds explains the attraction.CONTINUE READING