Archive — Marc Muench

Marc Muench (www.muenchphotography.com) has been a professional landscape and sports photographer for over 20 years. Marc is now the "artist in residence" at dgrin.com for Smugmug, where he contributes on a regular basis to the "Muench University" critique thread. He is currently the photo editor of the National Parks guide, published by The American Park Network, which contain many of...
Marc Muench (www.muenchphotography.com) has been a professional landscape and sports photographer for over 20 years. Marc is now the "artist in residence" at dgrin.com for Smugmug, where he contributes on a regular basis to the "Muench University" critique thread. He is currently the photo editor of the National Parks guide, published by The American Park Network, which contain many of...
Photographer Andy Williams (www.muenchworkshops.com) has been a photographer all of his life.  Andy has been teaching professional workshops since 2005, covering some of the major national parks in the West: Yosemite, Bryce Canyon, and Zion.   His horse workshops with Lynne Glazer have become favorites of photographers of all levels.  His work can be seen on Moon River Photography.  Long fascinated...
Consider this a fall 2012 cornucopia of workshops coming up: some are the classic fall landscape 'shops and some are the high end artistic stuff. We do enjoy pulling out some really interesting ones from time to time, like Maine Media Workshop's photographic journey on a boat, which (though pricey) may be a great way to travel and photograph the...
Photographers are an opinionated lot, and those who are relatively new to the game may not see the reason one might want a fixed focal length lens (a "prime" lens) over a zoom lens.  After all, shouldn't a zoom lens always be better in that it can cover more focal lengths?  As with many things, tradeoffs exists between flexibility, contrast,...
Photographer Marc Muench Marc Muench has been a professional landscape and sports photographer for over 20 years. After completing his studies at Pasadena Art Center College of Design in the spring of 1989, Marc immediately began photographing for book publishers such as Graphic Arts Center, Browntrout Publishing and Time Inc.  Soon after, Marc represented Canon Camera in several ad campaigns,...
The interest and anticipation had peaked so high during the recent announcements of the Nikon D800 and the Canon 5D Mark III, it seemed nothing could go wrong.  When reports began surfacing about issues with both of the cameras, many became frustrated and wary about diving into a new, large purchase for a camera body.  While both companies have released...