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Why Photography Leads To Adventure

Tom Malone/Adventure Tribune

I love photography. I enjoy the creative process of taking pictures and capturing a moment in time from different perspectives, lenses, and angles. I might not be the best photographer in the world, but it's a fun hobby that has propelled me to explore places I may not have experienced without it.

Photography has proven that it has the ability to enhance my adventure horizons. I've traveled to certain locations simply for the fact that I want to photograph that area. On a recent adventure to Southern California, I drove out of my way to cruise through Joshua Tree National Park just so I could take some cool pictures of the desert. As a result, I was able to explore a new landscape hat I might not have seen otherwise.

Photography in itself is an adventure. I continue to improve my craft through trial and error. I experiment with different lenses, angles, focal points, etc. Through this process, I find photographic aspects that work, and others that surely don't. But, throughout the process, I enjoy learning, growing, and progressing.

Photography is an art that can never be fully mastered. There are always new improvements to be made, new landscapes to shoot, and new techniques to attempt. If you haven't tried your hand at photography, grab your smartphone or camera and bring it on your next adventure. You'll be surprised what you can capture.

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Tom Malone is the Editor-In-Chief of The Adventure Tribune and author of adventure novels, like Across Americana. He is based in Denver, Colorado, where he adventures through the Rocky Mountains while not traveling abroad.
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