Get deeper into the backcountry with the new MindShift Gear BackLight Elite 45L, the ultimate camera backpack from Think Tank Photo.
How would you like the opportunity to take an epic 14-day adventure to Antarctica on a National Geographic expedition ship? Here’s your opportunity!
Favorite images of 2018 from around the world – Alaska to Africa – by renowned travel, nature, and wildlife photographer, Richard Bernabe
Using back button focus will make your autofocus efforts more efficient and you’lll miss fewer shots as a result, particularly with rapidly-changing scenes.
Expand your portofolio of landscape photography and express your personal vision more strongly by creating more telephoto landscapes.
Teleconverters are essential for wildife photographers to extend the reach of their lenses with small animals and birds. But this comes with a price.
Richard Bernabe has traveled to Greenland several times to capture the culture and desolate beauty of this amazing country through his photography.
Breakthrough Photography Filters have the best glass, coatings, and color fidelity of any filters on the market. They are now my filters of choice.
Getting lost is an essential part of how we grow and develop. Whether it’s in a city, forest, book or movie, losing oneself can be good for the soul.
Think Tank releases new photo protection concepts; the Emergency Rain Cover for the ultimate in camera protection and the padded Lens Case Duos.
New Sample images from the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera and new Canon R lenses from Richard Bernabe’s recent photography excursion to Havana, Cuba.
Canon announced the much anticipated Canon EOS R Full Frame Mirrorless Camera and four R lenses today after months of speculations and rumors.
Think Tank Photo upgraded Retrospective Shoulder Bags feature increased photography gear security as well as lighter weight.
Richard Bernabe’s recent photos of Coastal Brown Bears of Alaska at the incomparable Silver Salmon Creek Lodge in Alaska’s Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
Maybe travel photography can indeed be about the journey after all. Just don’t let anyone tell you it’s not about the destination.