Author: Dean Tatooles

Dean J. Tatooles specializes in fine art panoramic landscape photography, wildlife photography, and indigenous portraiture from remote locations around the world. He also works with top-rated travel companies and fellow professional photographers to lead photographic safaris in locations like Antarctica, Kenya, Uganda, Iceland, Morocco and more.

7 Tips for Capturing Better Environmental Portraits

Photography, Portrait Photography, Travel and Vacation Photography • One Comment

An environmental portrait is defined as a portrait executed in a subject’s usual environment, such as in their home or workplace, and...

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Nepal and the Himalayas: A Must on a Photographer’s Bucket List

Photography, Travel and Vacation Photography • 97 Comments

I specialize in fine art panoramic landscape photography, wildlife photography, and indigenous portraiture from remote locations around the...

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Photographing the Wildlife and Fjords of British Columbia

Photography, Wildlife Photography

Kevin Smith is an explorer and photographer with a love of nature, wildlife, boats, and people’s experience of adventure. As a geographer...

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A Trip to the Bottom of the World: Photographing Antarctica

Photography, Travel and Vacation Photography, Wildlife Photography • 3 Comments

It goes without saying that someone interested in traveling to Antarctica can’t simply go online, book a flight and hotel, pack their...

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A Beginning Photographer’s Guide to Photographing The Northern Lights

Landscape Photography, Night Photography, Photography • 8 Comments

What are some problems a photographer might encounter when trying to shoot the Northern Lights? If only 1 lens could be taken to shoot the...

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10 Ways to Shoot Better Wildlife Photos

Photography, Wildlife Photography

As a professional travel and wildlife photographer, I am frequently asked the same question: “How do I take better pictures of...

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