Category: Tips

7 Ways to Make Money By Teaching Photography to Others

If you love photography and you have some skills, teaching others can be a great way to make money. It could be a side hustle that brings in some extra money outside of your job, or it could be the source of a full-time income. And not only can you make money by teaching something that you love, but you’ll also have the privilege of helping others who want to learn more about photography.

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10 Tips to Improve Your Photography

Whether you are an experienced photographer or just starting out, the truth is there’s always room to grow your skillset and improve your photography. This is certainly the case when it comes to landscape photography. From harsh weather conditions to challenging environments –not to mention the difficulties of working with quickly changing lighting conditions –there are a plenty of variables and a lot to consider when you’re out with your camera. When it comes to landscapes, it can be difficult to capture amazing images; ones that are in line with your artistic vision.

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9 Tips for Getting Beautiful Photos from Your Road Trips

Taking a road trip can be a great way to have fun, regardless of whether you’re traveling by yourself, with friends, or with family. Photography may be the main purpose of your trip, or the trip may be more about having time with people who are close to you. Either way, you can come home with some beautiful photos if you keep these tips in mind.

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Your Camera’s Basics

If you are just starting out in photography or getting used to your DSLR, it can be tricky to know where to start. With so many dials, buttons, and modes, what do you do first? Where do you begin and how can you go about using your camera to get the best results? Each DSLR comes with a selection of modes and options that are designed to help you capture the best images possible –but of course, that will depend on how well you’re able to use them!

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Glass Filters vs Resin Filters: Which is Best?

When it comes to setting up your equipment, you have a lot of choices to make. Do you go Nikon or Canon? What type of lenses should you start off with? One of the other choices that need to be made is what kind of filter you use. Actually, this is a series of different choices: neutral density? Coloured filters? Graduated? Ultra-violet? Infra-red? There are so many things to think about, and that’s before you even get into the fact that you can pick up your filters in either glass or resin.

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7 Ways to Specialize as a Landscape Photographer

Landscape photography is a favorite hobby of many, but few are able to turn it into a full-time income. If your goal is to make money with your photography, taking a specialized approach is something that you should consider. In this article, we’ll look at why you might want to focus on a specialty, as well as several options that can work well with landscape and nature photography.

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Tips for Photographing National Parks

National Parks are not only popular with tourists, they’re also among the best locations for landscape photographers. Our national parks are filled with plenty of natural beauty, but if you want to come away with the best photos, you need to be prepared. In this article, you’ll find a collection of tips that will help you to get the most out of your trip to a national park and come home with photos that you love.

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7 Common Challenges for New Landscape Photographers and How to Overcome Them

Most landscape photographers are self-taught. They may have read books, watched videos, or used other resources to help along the way, but most have no formal training or education related to photography. When I did a series of interviews with accomplished landscape and nature photographers, I always asked if they had any formal training. About 90% of them said they had no formal training.

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The Surprising Power and Versatility Of The Fisheye Lens

Among professional landscape photographers – and professional photographers of many kinds – fisheye lenses are widely considered to be a gimmick. Many photographers think that, due to the distortion and surrealistic effects of a fisheye lens, these lenses do not lend themselves well to landscape photography. We certainly are not going to tell you that you should purchase a high-quality fisheye lens when you’re just starting out as a photographer. You’ll be much better off building up a collection of lenses that includes telephoto, wide-angle, and other such lenses – at least, when you’re a beginner.

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7 Convincing Reasons to Photograph a National Wildlife Refuge

National Parks get plenty of attention from tourists and photographers, but National Wildlife Refuges are mostly overlooked. While the National Parks are ideal locations for photographing natural beauty, wildlife refuges have plenty to offer as well. In this article, we’ll take a look at just some of the reasons why you should consider planning a trip to a wildlife refuge (or a few).

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