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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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Interview with Landscape Photographer Jakub Polomski

Jakub Polomski is a self-taught landscape photographer from Poland. He specializes in mountain photography and aerial photos taken by drone. His portfolio is filled with beautiful photos from locations around the world, with a heavy dose of European landscapes. I recently had the opportunity to interview Jakub about his work, and you can read his responses below. You’ll also see several of his photos showcased throughout the interview.

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Winter Photography with a Chill

Spring, summer and fall surrounds us with vibrance, color and warmth. Winter brings short days, long evenings and temperatures that in some areas can be downright dangerous if not prepared. The first few days of 2018 welcomed winter storm Grayson along the eastern seaboard and frigid conditions in the midwest. The deep south, even Florida experienced cold, icy conditions and some snow.

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13 Ways to Transform Your Landscape Photos in Lightroom

Adobe Lightroom is an incredibly powerful tool for photographers, but it can be a little overwhelming if you are new to Lightroom. There are so many sliders, settings, and tools that it can be easy to get lost and confused. There are many different ways you can use Lightroom to improve your photos, and in this article we’ll look at some of the most useful and practical ways you can work specifically with landscape photos. As a landscape or nature photographer there are some challenges that you will face over and over again with your photos. The topics that we’ll cover in this article will be relevant to many of these situations.

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Interview with Dawn Richards

Dawn Richards is a landscape and nature photographer based in Arizona. Her portfolio includes photos from around the world, with a heavy dose of the American Southwest. I recently had the opportunity to interview Dawn about her background and her work. Thanks to Dawn for taking the time to answer these questions for our readers. Please tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got started with photography. I was raised in southwestern Pennsylvania and loved taking photos as a child. We would often drive into the scenic Laurel Highlands, part of the Allegheny Mountains, for the...

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The Best Black Friday Deals for Photographers, 2017

It’s that time of year where amazing deals are everywhere! Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the best shopping days of the year, and many deals have already started. Photographers, both professionals and hobbyists, can pick up some awesome products at great savings, and on this page you’ll find a list of the best photography-related deals.

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Intro to Drone Landscape Photography

In the last few years we’ve seen a huge rise in popularity of drones, especially camera drones. Both the UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) and the camera industry have reached a level of technological progress that has enabled companies to produce consumer-affordable camera drones on a massive scale.

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Affiliates – How to Link to Specific Products

If you are a Loaded Landscapes affiliate you can easily get a link to refer traffic directly to any of our products, or to any page on our website. First, login to your affiliate account here. Create a Direct Link to Any of Our Products Once you are logged in, go to “Marketing Materials > Email Links”. Next, use the dropdown to select the product that you want to promote. Now you will see your unique affiliate link that will re-direct to the sales page for the product. Copy that link and use it in your emails or on your site. Going back to the first step, you could also select “banners” if you want to see the banner ads that are available. “Text Links” will give you the HTML code for the link. How to Link to Another Page on Our Site Our affiliate program also gives you the option to link to any page on our site and still receive commissions for any sales the result from the traffic that you send. For example, you could link to our landing page for 5 free HDR Lightroom presets using your affiliate link. If someone comes through your link, signs up for our email list to get the freebies, and winds up making a purchase with the 120-day cookie tracking period, you will receive commission for referring the sale....

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New Versions of Lightroom: What Does it Mean for You?

Last week Adobe announced major changes and updates to Lightroom, its popular photo editing software. The changes can be somewhat confusing, so in this article I’ll attempt to explain what is new and how it impacts Lightroom users. Two Versions of Lightroom Part of what makes this confusing is that there are two separate versions of Lightroom. What has been called Lightroom CC for the past few years is now known as Lightroom Classic CC. The word “classic” is a bit of a curious choice, in my opinion. Although they are calling it “classic”, Adobe has assured its users...

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