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Photography In The National Parks: Getting Great Smartphone Shots – Part 1

I admit to being an SLR-kind of gal, but I also admit that the smartphone camera is an amazing piece of technology and people are getting all sorts of really cool shots with their smartphones.

So in today’s edition of the National Parks Traveler is my article about getting great smartphone (well, iPhone) shots using the photos I captured with my iPhone during the 3.5-mile hike of the Naches Peak Loop Trail at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington state.

To read this article, click on the image above.

Copyright Rebecca L. Latson, all rights reserved.

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Two Point-And-Shoots And A Smartphone

Winter Sunset Over The Watchman

This past February, 2018, I traveled to Zion National Park, Utah, for a little less than a week.  During that time, I utilized not only my SLRs, but also a couple of point-and-shoot cameras, as well as my iPhone 8.  I published an article about using these in the National Parks Traveler to show people that you can achieve lovely national park photos using any camera, as long as you put a little thought into your composition.  I also provided some tips and techniques to try out.  Click on the photo above to read the article.


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