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Steve Casimiro's Adventure Photography Tips

Few places provide a better setting for testing your camera skills than Patagonia. Just back from an eight-day assignment in Chile, West Coast Editor Steve Casimiro shares his shooting secrets for first-rate adventure photography.
Text and photograph by Steve Casimiro

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Everyone asks, "How did you GET this shot?" as if it took extraordinary skill. All I really did was climb up the bridge's structure to gain a different perspective—so it just required curiosity. The result, of course, is pretty cool, and the lesson is this: Don't shoot all your pictures from human-eye level. Get low, get high, get sideways.
West Coast Editor Steve Casimiro 


Get Technical
Camera: Canon 5D
Lens: EF24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM
Shutter Speed + Aperture: 1/160 second, f/5, ISO 100



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