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7 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Local Landscape

As a landscape photographer, it is much easier to photograph the areas that are close to your home, rather than traveling all over the world in pursuit of world-famous locations. Traveling can be a lot of fun, but it also costs money (sometimes a lot of it), takes time, and requires added planning. Extensive travel is not a realistic option for many hobbyist photographers, and even for some pros.

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Top 10 National Parks to Photograph in the Winter

Winter is coming! While the colder weather and shorter daylight hours can make it more challenging to get out and photograph, the results of your winter landscape and nature photography can be well worth the effort. If you’re looking for beautiful places to photograph in the winter, what better choice than a national park? This article will showcase 10 of the best national parks to photograph in the winter.

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Masters of Photographer: Joel Meyerowitz – Review 5/5

Joel Meyerowitz is certainly considered one of the modern masters of street photography, which makes it easy to see why his name is attached to a course called “Masters of Photography”. This course consists of online video lessons which you can watch in your own time, at your own pace. I gave it a try, and these are my thoughts after having completed it.

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9 Websites for Showcasing Your Photography Portfolio

With so many photographers out there, getting exposure for your work can be a serious challenge. If you hope to move from hobbyist to professional, or even to make some money on the side with your photography, getting exposure is essential. There are a number of community-oriented websites that can be extremely valuable for getting your work in front of more people, and in this article we’ll look at 9 of the best options.

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Beautiful Landscapes Within an Hour’s Journey from London

London is a true modern city, with skyscrapers and monuments everywhere you turn. Glass-fronted office buildings soar into the sky alongside Victorian architecture that has been immortalised by Dickens. But if you know where to go, there are plenty of beautiful landscapes waiting to be shot within an hour’s journey. Follow these tips and see what a day trip can add to your portfolio!

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Top 10 National Parks to Visit and Photograph in the Fall

Fall has plenty to offer for photographers. Not only can you capture amazing colors that transform a landscape, but the fall also comes with more comfortable temperatures and smaller crowds than you’ll find just a few months earlier in the summer. While there is no shortage of places that you can photograph in the fall, national parks are always among the favorites. With that in mind, here is a list of 10 of the best national parks to visit in the fall. If you’re looking to plan a trip, any one of these locations would be an excellent choice.

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9 Steps to Building a Great Portfolio Website

There are many millions of hobbyist photographers around the world, and far fewer who are able to earn a living in the field. If you have aspirations of making money (regardless of whether it is a part-time or full-time income) from your photography, one of the most important parts of the process will be creating your portfolio website.

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The Best Cityscape Angles in London

Cityscapes can be just as interesting as landscapes – and when the city is a famous one, it takes on a special significance. It’s no wonder, then, that London’s skyline is a popular bucket list spot for photographers from around the world. But how do you get the best cityscape shots when you arrive? Here is a guide to some of the best locations and angles you can take to bring London to life in your images – and to make your viewers feel as if they are there themselves.

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