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Photography In The National Parks: Shoot Some Video

Still imagery is wonderful for capturing a moment in time and freezing it in pixels suitable for framing, but what do you do when you crave the sounds and movements as well as sights of a favored national park? Video is a great platform to do just that and photographer Rebecca Latson demonstrates different options for capturing a national park's sights, sounds and movements.

Photography In The National Parks: Capturing Lava By Sea And Air

Do volcanoes fascinate you? Have you ever wanted to photograph lava from the air or by sea? Photographer Rebecca Latson recently returned from a trip to Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, where she enjoyed wild rides both by boat and helicopter (doors off) to bring back some amazing photos and share exposure tips she learned during an organized photo tour. With these tips, you too can go out and capture your own incredible images of lava, molten as well as cooled.

Chunk Of Land Falls Into Ocean, Nearly Kills 5 At Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park

A large section of newly created land in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park collapsed into the ocean on New Year’s Eve, launching showers of volcanic rock into the air and creating a flurry of large waves that eroded away a portion of the older sea cliff and viewing area, leading to “a really close brush with death” for five visitors.

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