Elevate your wildlife photos beyond the mere ordinary and begin creating compelling wildlife photography with these 5 pro tips.
Skylum Software releases Luminar AI, a powerful image editing application powered by artifical intelligence.
Here are 5 essential tips for photographers to capture the most wonderful time of the year, the autumn color season from filters, light, lenses, refections.
North Carolina’s Outer Banks is a land both infinitely brutal and beautiful as well as an amazing location for landscape and nature photography.
Living the Dream: The Ultimate Guide to Landscape, Wildlife, and Travel Photography, a comprehensive online course by Richard Bernabe
The human eye and brain are instinctively drawn to visual patterns. Here is why you should incorporate visual patterns into your photographic compositions.
Join me and other top photography pros for an exciting two-day Live Online Landscape Photography Conference with Kelby One on September 8 and 9, 2020.
These insightful photography tips for beginners will give a solid foundation as you start your journey. No esoteric jargon here, just good, solid advice.
America’s Best Idea offers landscape and nature photographers some the best locations in the world. Here are my five favorite American National Parks for photography.
Richard Bernabe named as a Global Ambassador for Skylum, a software company based in Bellevue, Washington, best known for its premium photo editing software.
Richard Bernabe takes you Behind The Lens to give some backround and the history of this iconic black and white wildlife image in Tanzania’s Serengeti.
Richard takes time to answer questions submitted during a recent Twitter AMA (Ask Me Anything) on the subjects of photography, travel, and much more.
While the world has screeched to a halt, it doesn’t mean that you have to stop doing the things you love. Try doing photography at home instead.
Creative Composition is a 74-page PDF E-book on photographic composition theory and practice by nature, wildlife and travel photographer Richard Bernabe.
Richard Bernabe takes you Behind The Lens to tell the story behind his photo Take Me Home as well as thoughts of country roads and getting away from it all.