Color is in the Eye of the Beholder

So, I’ve got this friend… No, really I do!  He’s real, not just made up.  Anyway, we’ve been shooting together for a long time, routinely critique each other’s comps in the field, and email images back and forth for feedback or just to brag a little.   Lately I’ve...

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Exacerbated Pixels: 5 Tips for Avoiding Them

I once listened to an interview with a film critic, or some such industry expert that described the newest spate of action films as a collection of “Exacerbated Pixels,” or EP for short.  Exacerbated Pixels, as the interviewee explained describes the over the top...

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Back Light: 5 Tips for Taming the Beast

As photographers we’re keenly aware of light every time we head out to shoot, or at least we should be.  There are few elements that can improve a shot quicker than light, it literally can make or break a shot.  How many mediocre compositions and subjects have you...

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Stay Thirsty My Friends

We’ve all heard this advice before in some form or another.  “There’s always something to shoot…” “Never give up…”, “Stay late…”  But every once in a while I get reminded of just how important it is to keep these axioms in the forefront of your mind.  And if you’re...

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Get Organized

Well it’s Sunday and I’ve got homework, a syllabus to modify and presentation to plan, lots of images to edit and process from an assignment or two and just like when I was in high school and college, I’m procrastinating!  When I was younger my procrastination...

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Selective Blending

To blend, or not to blend: that is the question: or at least it’s a question that I get asked regularly by many curious photographers and workshop students.  Another question that runs in the same vein as this one goes like this; “Is this HDR?”  Well here’s my answer,...

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Winter Photography: Be Prepared, Be Successful

Winter is arguably one of the prettiest times to be an outdoor photographer; winter white can transform an otherwise lifeless brown landscape into a magical wonderland. However, winter is also one of the most challenging times to be outdoors shooting.  Frankly the...

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Kurt Budliger

Kurt is a professional photographer and educator based in Vermont. His photographs and articles have appeared in numerous books, calendars and magazines and are routinely used by conservation organizations working to protect wild lands. His clients include Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography, National Geographic Adventure, Outside Magazine, Vermont Life Magazine, Eastern Fly Fishing, Patagonia, 1% for the Planet, Trout Unlimited, Trust for Public Land, The Nature Conservancy, and many more.

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