There’s nothing more frustrating than when you get home from an amazing national park vacation, only to find out your photos are all blurry, out of focus, or overexposed. Am I right? Here at Park Chasers photography is a BIG deal.
The images we use help us tell the story about our trips, help our audience experience places they’ve never been, and help inspire people to get out a do some park chasing.
We try hard to curate beautiful images of the places we love. And as the resident photographer, Amy’s done a lot of research on camera settings, photography techniques and gear to help take better photos of the places we travel to.
But we still have a TON more to learn. Sometimes we get home and our photos look like this:
Or yes, even this:
It’s pretty frustrating. There have even been national parks that we didn’t share travel posts about BECAUSE the photos were so bad.
In this Article
Park Chasers Photography Series
In recent weeks, we’ve heard from some of you in the Park Chaser community that you also struggle to take the kind of photos you want to take when you’re visiting a national park.
While we’re glad to know we’re not alone (phew!) in our camera struggles, we’re also problem solvers. We want to help boost the photography skills of each and every one of you — so that you never feel disappointed at the end of your trip.
We heard you. So we’re calling in the experts.
What do you want to know about national park photography?
This fall we’re developing a series of articles for Parkchasers.com about taking better national park photos. We need your help to make these posts the BEST information on the web about national park photography.
But before we get started, we want to know: What do you want to know about national park photography?
We’ve created the short Google Form below to help gather some information about you and the national park photography you’re most interested in learning about. Tell us what you think would be the most helpful things to know about taking photos when you’re in the national parks. We plan to take what we learn here, turn it over to some national park photography experts, and create “How-To” guides to help you improve your photography.
There are perks if you enter!
Since we know you could be out #parkchasing instead of completing a survey, there are some perks if you complete our Park Chaser Photography survey.
Everyone that responds to our survey by
To see the official giveaway terms and conditions, click here.
Thanks for sharing what you want to know about national park photography with us!
– Greg & Amy