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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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Why Shooting on Rail Tracks is too Dangerous to Attempt

How many times have you seen a shot of a model posed on railway tracks, capturing that sense of departure and romance, creating a moody or wild look? The fact that this is such a common type of shot to find in a portrait photographer’s portfolio is one good reason why you shouldn’t bother yourself with it. But there are plenty of landscape photographers who try for this kind of shot, too, and we often shoot the same locations as many others before us. For that reason, we tend to be less leery about trying to find something ‘new’ and unique, and more aware of creating a great shot.

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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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