The National Geographic Enduance carries passengers to Antarctica.

Somewhere at the bottom of the earth, in the middle of the Drake Passage, giant waves crash against the National Geographic Endurance, a vessel designed for tourism and travel to Antarctica. Endurance carries 126 passengers and can cut through the thick sea ice and harsh waters surrounding the icy continent. Its purpose is to bring people to the farthest reaches of the planet as the climate crisis threatens nearly every aspect of life on earth.

“Good Morning America” traveled aboard the vessel to explore the impact of climate change on Antarctica and on its wildlife.

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ASPEN, Colo., Dec. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Give the gift of photography & fine art just in time for the holidays from Dirk Braun Gallery’s ten inspiring collections derived from explorations and film productions.

Visual Images:

The new gallery, by Filmmaker/Photographer/Pilot Dirk Braun, highlights one of the most unique and special collections of breathtaking photographs of landscapes & cityscapes taken from unique angles and perspectives on the ground and in the air from around the world.

On a sustainability level, to offset the carbon footprint, the photographer uses recyclable Hanemuhle paper and mounting materials for the photographs. For framing, he employs only sustainable carbon neutral woods that are nontoxic oil based finishes.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

His newest aviation photography highlights a comprehensive collection captured during the production of his newly-released breakout documentary, FLYING BOAT, which made its World Premiere this year at EAA’s AirVenture, the largest aviation festival in the

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Landscape photography is one of the most popular forms of photography; almost everyone with a camera or smartphone has taken a shot of a mountain, beach, or waterfall at some point. But while this genre seems simple to master, the reality is very different.

When you begin as a landscape photographer, you’ll often take a picture of what’s in front of you without overthinking. After all, there are only so many ways to make a mountain look interesting, right?

If you want to improve your skills beyond the casual phase, you must focus more on the stories in your images. And if you’re stuck for ideas, don’t worry; we’ve listed nine surefire landscape photography tips below. Let’s jump right in!

1. Use a Prime Lens

Photo of two prime lenses on a table

When you first get a new camera, you’ll typically receive a kit lens as part of the package. These lenses are good for getting comfortable

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