Category: Tips

How to Choose a Focal Point for Your Landscape Composition

When it comes to landscape photography we should consider exactly what we want the viewer to focus on and where. This sounds very…obvious. But how do we do so? There’s a certain amount of nuance that photographers don’t always take to heart when looking at a scene. So let’s explore some of these methods below so you can pick your favorite at any time.

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How to Take Beautiful Photos in the Forest

Forests are an integral part of many landscapes. While they can often accent the mountains of a landscape photo they are also excellent places to create landscape photographs centered around the trees themselves. It only takes some minor adjustments in thinking over traditional landscape photography. So how do we capture stunning forest landscape images?

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Tips for Better Urban Landscape Photography

Urban scenes aren’t always considered landscape photos, but they certainly count. From bustling big cities to sleepy small communities, urban landscapes are a subset of landscape photography well worth exploring. So what do we need to consider when making art in the human jungle?

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How to Capture Beautiful Skies in Your Landscape Photos

The sky is a critical element to many landscape images. Sometimes photographers don’t think too much of it and focus more on flashier subjects like mountains, lakes, and forests. The sky is not only an enhancement but can be the main event unto itself. So what do we need to really capture great photographs that include the sky?

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3 Ways to Use Shutter Speed Creatively

Shutter speed is a very important setting, but it is one that is curiously often overlooked. We tend to set our speed to whatever is recommended for our personal requirements – 1/125 for studio photography, for example, or 1/1000+ for action shots. However, by using it in a creative way, you can actually produce photographs that have a lot more interest about them. Here are some tips for getting started.

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How to Photograph a Moonrise

Moonrise and moonset photography can produce some rather beautiful, impactful images, but it’s not without its challenges. Unlike a typical day out to shoot street or landscapes, capturing a nice moonrise photo requires some extra preparation. In this short guide, we’ll cover everything from planning and preparation to equipment and how-to-shoot tips. Hopefully, you’ll learn how to photograph a moonrise worthy of a magazine cover. Or, at the very least, a nice wallpaper background for your computer.

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Monochrome in Nature Photography

Monochrome is something universally appreciated but sometimes it’s not used to its full advantage. Black and white filters are often applied to photographs that actually look better in color. Just because something looks “artsy” does not make it universally appealing. So how can we get the most out of monochrome, especially in nature photography?

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4 Steps To More Creative Landscape Photography

Landscape photography can follow two different fields of thought. In one, the beauty of the image comes from the landscape, and there is no need to exaggerate or change that. In other words, each photographer visiting the same scene can capture the same image. In another field of thought, the photographer should leave his or her mark on the scene, capturing it in a new and unique way that has never been seen before. Here’s what to do if you want to be more creative and stand out from the crowd.

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50 Tutorials for Amazing Landscape Photography

Are you interested in improving your own landscape and nature photography? We publish plenty of tips and tutorials that can help with all aspects your landscape photography. Here is a collection of 50 articles that you won’t want to miss.

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