Outdoor photography is an ongoing challenge

What I learned most from these and other photographers was that for them, it's all about light. They are obsessed with it.

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Eye of the Beholder

Photography today is way more casual. For most of us, light, exposure, and focus is not a problem. We just grab our phones and they do most of the work.

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Portraits of Hope

Many of the families photographed had never seen a portrait of themselves. Tears were falling as they held and kissed their photos.

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Photo Contest: What’s your story?

We hope that everyone feels like they can enter the "What's your story? Photo Contest," but we especially want to encourage kids.

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Photography is my way of escaping reality Photos help inspire me My photos inspire other people Photography helps me be creative

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Announcing the 2018 Bear Paw Photography Contest!

The Eagle River Camera Club is proud to sponsor the 11th annual Bear Paw Photography Contest.  Adults, teens and children are invited to submit photos taken in Alaska during the time period from January 1, 2017 to date. 

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If photographing the aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights, is on your bucket list of things to accomplish, Alaska is the right place to be, and Eagle River, especially during optimal viewing conditions, can be the place to watch some of the most spectacular displays - rivaling any seen across the circumpolar north.

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