10 Tips for Taking Photos in the U.S. Outdoors

February 17, 2015

by Frank Lee Ruggles

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Over the past couples years, I’ve had the great fortune to meet and work with Frank Lee Ruggles on a few video projects.  Each and every one of them was a memorable adventure which I cherish more than he could ever know (this coming from a ho-hum guy in the sometimes adventure-less government sector).  Here’s a great article by my friend, Frank, adventure photographer and writer…

While serving as an official photographer for the United States National Park Service, I was able to visit more than 100 different National Parks across the country. Along the way, I learned a lot about what it takes to photograph the parks. Here are my 10 tips for photographing in the great outdoors…

Do a little research on Canyonlands National Park in Utah and you’ll learn that Mesa Arch is one of the park’s most photographed places. It’s easy to see why.

Find more about Frank on his website that includes a plethora of his outstanding and breathtaking photography or find him here on facebook.

Frank Lee Ruggles

 

 

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