Louis Foubare

Why Are The Sands White?

The white sand is the essence of what makes the White Sands National Monument (WSNM) so very unique.  Covering a total of 275 square miles (710 square kilometers) this National Monument is like no other place on earth since it is comprised...

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Hedgehog Cactus Bloom, Sony A7rM3

Sony’s Incredible FE 135mm f1.8 GM Lens

In a recent article, I wrote about the experiences that three of my photographer friends and I shared at Bosque del Apache in late November 2019. One interesting moment occurred on the second night after we had dinner and sat around discussing...

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Photographing Wildlife in Bosque del Apache, NM

There are wildlife migrations in almost every corner of the world. Inevitably, migrations result from the need for herds, flocks, fish and other wildlife concentrations to follow shifting seasonal weather patterns that affect food supply and breeding. Even among insects, there is...

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Photography, Therapy and Red Wine

“You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.” – Ansel Adams In his...

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Balancing splashes of bold red with relatively larger areas of neutral browns and greys. Patagonia.

Finding Balance In Your Composition

First, let’s get things straight.  Composition is the backbone of photography and is, in my opinion, the most important photographic element in creating amazing and potentially award-winning images. Second, there are 10 key ingredients to mastering composition.  That’s right, 10.  And balance...

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Robert Koch


Making It Black and White

Imagine you are driving through a country you have never been to. You are overwhelmed by high mountains, varied landscapes, lakes. But the density of civilization brings your feelings back to the ordinary and grounds you again. Otherwise, you have to climb...

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Island By Hans Strand

Island – A Book By Hans Strand

What’s On Kevin’s Bookshelf The Ultimate Coffee Table Book On Iceland I don’t know too many photographers who haven’t been to Iceland. I took my first trip to Iceland in 2004. At that time, there was no tourism there. The loop road...

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