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65 Photography Quotes for Nature Photographers

Photographers can find inspiration in many different forms and from countless different places. Landscape and nature photographers tend to be inspired by the natural world around us, but quotes can also provide excellent inspiration, even if it is an entirely different type of inspiration.

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Top 10 National Parks to Photograph in the Spring

If you’re like me and you’re not a big fan of cold weather, the best thing about winter is that spring is right around the corner! While there are some great opportunities for landscape photography in any season, spring is especially awesome because of the vibrant greens of new growth, water that is flowing aggressively after the snow melts, and beautiful flowers and plant life that pops up.

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How to Get More Traffic to Your Photography Portfolio Website

If you’re looking to gain exposure for your work and progress into a career as a photographer, your portfolio website will be a key part of the process. Your portfolio site will showcase your best work, provide biographical information about yourself, describe the products and services that you offer, and give people an easy way to get in touch with you.

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Photographing Landscapes Without Spoiling the Planet

Landscape photography can preserve and capture our planet in ways that no other medium can. On the other hand, going to some locations can cause irreparable damage to them – all in the name of getting another shot for Instagram. There has been some controversy over recent years about photographers and influencers who trample over beautiful and exotic locations in the name of getting a great shot.

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How to Photograph Wildlife in Your Backyard

Wildlife photographers often travel great distances with hopes of seeing and photographing animals. But if you aren’t able to travel, or don’t like the idea of long, expensive trips that might not produce results, you can also try to photograph wildlife right at your own home.

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10 Epic Locations for Travel Photography

If you love photography and experiencing new places, you probably have a long list of places that you’d like to visit someday. And if you have a bucket list of travel photography destinations, this article may inspire you to add a few more. Here you’ll find a list of 10 places that are well worth the trip for photographers. While there are plenty of places around the world that could be mentioned as top travel photography destinations, these 10 locations certainly deserve to be near the top.

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Incorporating Water Into Your Landscapes

We all love capturing eye-catching, jaw-dropping landscape images. But sometimes, creating award-winning images is a lot easier said than done. One way to help add some spectacular interest to your images is with the addition of water. Yes, it really is that simple: just add water! Water can take many forms, and can make a great main focal point, supporting feature, or even a compositional element.

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7 Epic Locations for Wildlife Photography

Having success with wildlife photography requires you to be in the right place at the right time. You might get lucky occasionally, but typically you’ll need to make educated decisions about the places that you go. While you don’t need to be at the most epic locations in order to photograph wildlife, those truly special places can certainly present opportunities that you don’t get just anywhere.

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How to Grow Your Profile as a Landscape Photographer

Standing out as a landscape photographer can be a major challenge. There are so many great photographers out there, including many amateurs who have amazing portfolios. If you hope to move from the level of a hobbyist or enthusiast to a semi-professional or professional level, you’ll need to stand out in some way. In this article, we’ll take a look at some specific things you can do to get more exposure and increase your profile within the industry.

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