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How to Get More Traffic to Your Photography Portfolio Website

If you’re looking to gain exposure for your work and progress into a career as a photographer, your portfolio website will be a key part of the process. Your portfolio site will showcase your best work, provide biographical information about yourself, describe the products and services that you offer, and give people an easy way to get in touch with you.

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Photographing Landscapes Without Spoiling the Planet

Landscape photography can preserve and capture our planet in ways that no other medium can. On the other hand, going to some locations can cause irreparable damage to them – all in the name of getting another shot for Instagram. There has been some controversy over recent years about photographers and influencers who trample over beautiful and exotic locations in the name of getting a great shot.

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How to Photograph Wildlife in Your Backyard

Wildlife photographers often travel great distances with hopes of seeing and photographing animals. But if you aren’t able to travel, or don’t like the idea of long, expensive trips that might not produce results, you can also try to photograph wildlife right at your own home.

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Incorporating Water Into Your Landscapes

We all love capturing eye-catching, jaw-dropping landscape images. But sometimes, creating award-winning images is a lot easier said than done. One way to help add some spectacular interest to your images is with the addition of water. Yes, it really is that simple: just add water! Water can take many forms, and can make a great main focal point, supporting feature, or even a compositional element.

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How to Grow Your Profile as a Landscape Photographer

Standing out as a landscape photographer can be a major challenge. There are so many great photographers out there, including many amateurs who have amazing portfolios. If you hope to move from the level of a hobbyist or enthusiast to a semi-professional or professional level, you’ll need to stand out in some way. In this article, we’ll take a look at some specific things you can do to get more exposure and increase your profile within the industry.

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How to Get Your Work Published in Magazines Through Online Submission

Many of us dream of seeing our work in print. It’s a mark of achievement, that says you’ve managed a certain level of quality that others appreciate. It’s also something that you can use as part of your portfolio, not to mention sounding very impressive to your peers. Getting there, however, is not always easy. If you have always wanted to see your work in magazines but don’t know where to start, or haven’t been successful yet, here are some steps to follow to success.

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Poisonous Plants for Landscape Photographers to Avoid

If you are wandering around the planet looking for fantastic landscapes to shoot, your eyes will probably be on the horizon – not on the floor. This may mean that you end up stumbling into some plants that you would do better to avoid. While everyone knows the perils of stinging nettles, there are fates far more dangerous that might await you in woodland or even out on the plains. There are plants everywhere that have natural defence mechanisms against being plucked or eaten by humans, which could have nasty consequences for you.

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How to Find Places to Photograph Near You

If you enjoy landscape photography, you’re probably always on the lookout for new places to photograph. While there is no shortage of great options for photography trips, finding the best spots in your local area can be more challenging at times. Local photography spots are obviously easier and cheaper to reach, plus you can photograph them more often. Contrary to what you might think, you don’t need to travel far and wide to produce a great landscape photography portfolio, but knowing the best locations near you can be a big key.

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7 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Local Landscape

As a landscape photographer, it is much easier to photograph the areas that are close to your home, rather than traveling all over the world in pursuit of world-famous locations. Traveling can be a lot of fun, but it also costs money (sometimes a lot of it), takes time, and requires added planning. Extensive travel is not a realistic option for many hobbyist photographers, and even for some pros.

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