How To Photograph Landscapes At Night

The challenge of shooting in low light and nighttime lighting conditions can be daunting. While many of the same principles apply to night photography as photographing during the day, there is definitely a learning curve before you start taking great photos at night. Let’s take a closer look at some of the fundamentals as we explore some of the possibilities of shooting landscapes at night.

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Photographing Landscapes in All Weather

While we all love to capture beautiful scenes in outstanding weather, the fact is that more often than not, when we’re out with our camera –or presented with an opportunity to capture some landscapes, we find ourselves shooting in conditions that may be less-than-ideal.

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7 Tips for Focusing on Fine Details in Your Landscape Photography

For landscape photographers, it’s easy to focus on the bigger and more spectacular elements –such as looming mountain ranges or the sweeping vistas –and overlook the small, yet important details. Often, though, these fine details are exactly what are needed to take your images up a notch. Incorporating fine details into your landscape photography is an excellent way to anchor your compositions, and some context to your photos, and create some spectacularly beautiful images.

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New Improvements to the Landscape Legend Lightroom Presets

Landscape Legend, our collection of Lightroom presets, was already the most comprehensive suite of presets specifically created for landscape and nature photographers, and it just got better! Since we released Landscape Legend a year ago we have been collecting feedback from users and looking at ways to improve the collection. Today we are happy to announce some updates that make Landscape Legend more user friendly.

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The Photographer’s Guide to Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park in Maine is an iconic destination for landscape photographers. While many of the most popular national parks in the U.S. are out west, Acadia is a great option for those of us in the east. Although Acadia is small by national park standards, it is among the top ten most-visited national parks in the U.S.

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