21 Tips for Creative Flower Photography

I’ve always had a fondness for nature and the great outdoors, so it’s only natural (pun intended) that my photographic interests have gravitated in that direction.  Furthermore, if there is one aspect of nature that seems to grab my attention and draw me in for a closer look, it is flowers.  There is just something about the inherent beauty of …

11 Tips for Spectacular Snow Landscapes

Autumn has come and gone.  At least, that’s how it feels right now in Idaho! The colorful leaves are falling off the trees, everything is becoming more dull and brown, and soon enough it will happen: snow! Beautiful, white, sparkling snow. Excitedly, you get outside with your camera to capture that awesome looking winter landscape and shoot photos to your …

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Dustin’s Unplanned Photo

Unplanned Photography Dustin Here: Over memorial day weekend I drove down to the Salt Lake City area to visit some friends and just enjoy the weekend. The trip was very last minute as several of my other plans didn’t work out and Utah is where I ended up. Saturday morning I found out we were going on a hike and I definitely didn’t …

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Panorama Photography Tips [Weekly Duel]

This week’s theme is Panorama. Panorama photography is a great technique for making the viewer of the photo feel enveloped in the landscape.  Since panoramas capture a wider area, it more closely matches a person’s field of vision.  The trick with panoramas, however, is composition.  It can be difficult to place objects in the frame in a way that makes …

Landscape Photography Tips [Weekly Duel]

This week’s theme is Landscape. Shooting landscapes for this duel was NOT an easy feat.  Unlike some other types of photography, landscape is very dependent on the weather.  In Idaho, everything is still dead and brown despite the calendar promising Spring.  This can make landscapes difficult to shoot–especially because we were both shooting in places we’ve never shot before, and …