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Pigeon Spire

Bugaboo Provincial Park is located in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. The park contains isolated 10,000-foot granite spires soaring above ice fields and glaciers with stunning views in all directions. Access to the Bugaboos begins in the small town of Brisco on British Columbia Highway 95. Turn west onto Bugaboo Creek Road and navigate the maze of logging roads for 28.5 miles to the trailhead parking lot. The park provides chicken wire and wood posts to build a fence around the lower half of your vehicle, which prevents the porcupines from chewing the rubber parts off your car!..
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What Is Apple ProRAW?

Introduced in the iPhone 12 Pro and the 12 Pro Max, Apple ProRAW is an entirely new file format that indicates where Apple is heading with its camera technology...
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Last Frame: Peek-A-Boo

“Botswana offers incredible biodiversity and ecosystems for wildlife photography,” explains Vicki Santello. “It’s one of the locations in Africa I visited annually to capture unique images. On this particular trip, my guide spotted a leopard tucked into the fork of a large tree. It’s a credit to his spotting skills that he noticed her because she was well hidden inside the inner cavity. Only the top of her head and ears were visible. We drove up slowly and stopped a respectful distance away to ensure she didn’t feel threatened...
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Canon Reveals Additional Details About Upcoming EOS R3

In April earlier this year, Canon announced the development of its upcoming EOS R3 full-frame mirrorless camera. The company appeared to describe the EOS R3 as its future flagship full-frame mirrorless model, stating in the press release: “This camera will usher in a new category to the EOS R system, positioned squarely between the EOS R5 and EOS-1D X Mark III cameras.” Few details were unveiled in the initial announcement beyond teasers, including a 30 fps continuous shooting rate and “eye-activated autofocus” capability...
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Telephoto Landscapes

Do you suffer from “wideangleitus”? When you see an amazing landscape, do you always reach for the widest lens in your bag? If so, perhaps the time has come to give a little love to those other lenses in your bag and try a telephoto for landscapes. ..
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