New on Ask the Experts: Wildlife Shooter Robert Knight Answers Questions

Posted by on Wednesday August 4, 2010 | Uncategorized

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This month on Ask the Experts, award-winning landscape and nature photographer Robert Knight is taking your questions on  landscape photography, shooting RAW,  handling a variety of environments and conditions, workflow and image storage.

To submit your question, view the new Ask the Experts page on PDNOnline.

A member of the San Disk Extreme Team, Knight has won many prestigious awards for his landscape and wildlife photography, including the “Wild Places” award in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, and editorial awards from Nature’s Best and National Geographic. His work has taken him to Antarctica with its cold, wet air, and across Africa, with intense, dry heat. A gallery of his wildlife images from all over the world can be seen on our Ask the Experts page.

You can email your questions to editor@pdnonline.com. We’ll screen them, forward them to Knight,  and post his answers and comments  throughout the month.

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