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In This Issue
Midsummer Nights Portfolio
Upcoming Photo
Workshops

Photo Tip
Photography Resources
Flickr Photo of the Month
Photography Resources
Arizona Highways Photography Guide

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 bullet Midsummer Nights Portfolio
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© Frank Zullo


The allure of the night sky isn’t limited to summer, but there’s something special about looking up in July and August. The Perseid meteor shower is one of the obvious reasons, but it’s about more than that. It’s about childhood memories of Star Light, Star Bright, sitting around campfires and seeing shooting stars. And, if you ask photographer Frank Zullo, being able to take shots in the dark without freezing your fingers off. ...[more]

bullet  Upcoming Photo Workshops  
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© Bruce Taubert, High Country Hummingbirds of Arizona


There’s plenty to photograph in the daytime, too. Mark your calendar for these upcoming Arizona Highways photo workshops.

August 1-4, High Country Hummingbirds of Arizona
August 3-4, Wild for Wildflowers: High Country
August 24, Photo Fundamentals 101: Digital SLR Basics
September 19-22, Women’s Photo Retreat in Page

See more photo tips.
 Photo Tip
 

Seeing Double
Want to make double exposures in-camera, without using Photoshop? You can, and you just might get a creative boost in the process. Go into your camera’s shooting menu, find “multiple exposure,” then choose the number of exposures you’d like to capture. If you’d like the exposures to be balanced, choose “auto gain.” If not, leave it off. ... [more tips]

bullet  Flickr Photo of the Month  
Flickr Photo of the Month
© Flickr User Russmosis

It’s always great to see Arizona’s photographers at work. This shot of a landscape photographer at the Grand Canyon’s Navajo Point was taken by Flickr user Russmosis. To submit your photos, visit our Flickr groups.

 
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