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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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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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Tips for Photographing Trees

When we picture landscape photography, most of us think of wide-open scenic vistas with nothing but vastness surrounding us. Mountaintops, coastal scenes, and vast emptiness found in fields that roll on, seemingly forever. However, there are other locations where you can capture amazing landscapes as well. One such often-forgotten location is the forest. A simple wander in the woods with your camera can leave you with some truly rewarding results. As an added bonus, the forest is often a quiet place that gives you room to pause, think, and reflect, giving you time to compose your image –and space to create more contemplative, deeper images.

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5 Important Elements for Great Landscape Photographs

Sometimes it can be overwhelming with so many things to keep in mind when you are photographing. But when it comes down to it, there are really just a few elements that make or break most landscape and nature photographs. If you focus on the five elements that are covered here, you’ll be well on your way to amazing photos that you can be proud of.

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11 of the Best Skylines in the World for Photographing

For those who love to travel, skylines and cityscapes present excellent photography opportunities. Although landscape photography typically involves natural elements like mountains, forests, and waterfalls, there is a place for urban landscapes as well. While cityscapes can be captured in countless cities, there are some that stand out. On this page we’ll look at 11 of the best skylines for photographers.

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Minimalist Photography

While there’s nothing wrong with an exciting, drama-filled shot, packed full of interesting elements –there’s a lot to be said about taking a different approach sometimes –and looking to create images that are simpler and more minimalist in nature. In today’s fast-paced world, a back to basics approach can be calming –and an often-welcome approach.

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What is the Best Software for Landscape Photography?

Post processing and photo editing is a big part of landscape photography. While the goal is to get it right in camera and minimize the amount of work that needs to be done, shooting raw files requires you to devote some time to photo editing. Fortunately, there are several different options when it comes to processing your digital photos.

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10 Ways to Create Landscape Photos That Stand Out

With the increase in popularity of Instagram and Pinterest, as well as easy access to quality cameras (like the iPhone, for example), it seems like everyone is taking landscape photos these days. Those of us who have an interest in landscape, nature, and travel photography see hundreds or even thousands of photos every single day. While technology provides many advantages for today’s photographers, the vast number of images out there makes it harder than ever to stand out.

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How to Photograph Landscapes from Inside a Moving Vehicle

Photographing landscapes is usually best done on a trip. Whether you go overseas or explore your home country, you will be able to find new and exciting destinations and vistas that you have never seen before. A road trip is an even better chance to grab some new scenes. You will cover far more distance, which means opportunities abound. But when you’re on a tight schedule, there isn’t always time to capture all of the shots that you want by getting out of the vehicle and setting up the camera.

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