Bill Schiffner

Bill Schiffner

Bill Schiffner is a freelance writer, editor, and consultant based in Holbrook, N.Y. He has covered the imaging industry for 25 years and reports on many of the evolving digital imaging capture and printing technologies. He was the editor for a number of imaging publications and websites.

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Upgrade your photo game from amateur to pro with our 17 top photography tips

Exposure isn't the only aspect of photography worth considering. Here, we lay out 17 tips culled from tried-and-true professionals, whether you're looking to better your composition or get a better handle on lighting.
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To get the perfect mountain shot, photographer Corey Rich has to climb it first

To photograph mountain climbers at their best, Corey Rich joins them at the top. Find out how he balances his love for the sport and his craft to get the perfect shot.
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Legendary surf photographer Brian Bielmann on how he captures magic at sea

When it comes to capturing the kings of the big waves, Brian Bielmann is one of the most respected surf photographers. After nearly 40 years honing his craft, he still loves every minute of it.
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From sea to shining sea: This photographer shot every national park in just one year

Most people won’t ever visit all 59 U.S. national parks, but one photographer did just that. Even more amazing is that Jonathan Irish did it in just one year.
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Nat Geo legend Jay Dickman shares shots, stories, and tips for shooting like a pro

Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Jay Dickman has captured with his camera many of the world’s exotic locales. He tells us about his grueling but rewarding work, and why he prefers a Micro Four Thirds camera.
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Joshua Holko braves cold and claws to photograph the Arctic’s elusive beauties

Award-winning photographer Joshua Holko’s specialty is shooting the landscape and wildlife in the Polar Regions. He tells us how he survives in the harshest conditions and avoids polar bear attacks.