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Our JKPW South Carolina Beaches and Plantations photo workshop ended a few days ago. A talented group of photographers was on hand to capture images of the great landscapes around the Charleston, SC area. The photograph above was from one of our favorite locations, the Morris Island Lighthouse Inlet. This black and white image was…

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The 20th Nature Photography Summit was just held in Jacksonville, FL. Sponsored by the North American Nature Photography Association, the Summit is a gathering of hundreds in the nature photography community. It provides an opportunity to exchange information and techniques, learn about subjects such as conservation of our natural resources, composition design, weather watching, and…

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The 2017 Jennifer King Photography Workshops are filling up. There are some fantastic new locations that have been added this year along with some favorite locations that offer amazing landscapes for your photography. Locations like: Badlands British Columbia Mongolia Smoky Mountains Iceland Grand Tetons Palouse South Carolina Columbia River Gorge Arches & Canyonlands Valley of…

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Have you considered creating a photo calendar, or greeting cards or perhaps a photo book as a way to share your images with friends and family? These are great ways to provide unique gifts for birthday, anniversaries, and holidays and also a potential sales outlet for your art. I personally create a yearly photo book to…

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Zion National Park is one of the great natural treasures of the Southwest. Majestic mountains, red rock walls, graphic sandstone hillsides, deep canyons, the Virgin River, colorful Cottonwood trees, Bighorn Sheep, Mule deer and more are all here. The view above is found at the end of the Canyon Overlook trail, a 1.1 mile hike…

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