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How to Find and Photograph Fall Color

In Landscape/Nature by Kevin D. Jordan9 Comments

As a landscape photographer, fall is one of the times of the year that I find to be most exciting.  As the temperatures begin to cool, the leaves of deciduous trees start changing their pigment and photographers and general foliage enthusiasts alike flock to see the vibrant colors for themselves.  I live in the northeastern …

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5 Landscape Shots You Can Only Get with a Drone

In Landscape/Nature by Julian Baird4 Comments

There is no doubt that the popularity of drones has grown significantly over the last few years.  As they become easier to fly and become less expensive they are finding their way into the hands of many landscape photographers.  They open up a whole new set of creative possibilities.  In this article, I will show …

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4 Ways To Do Sky Replacement

In Landscape/Nature by Nathan0 Comments

This article is not an actual sky replacement in the truest of terms. When I think sky replacement, I think of removing an ugly sky and replacing it with a better one I photographed on a different day. This is not that article. Mind you, you can do this with what I will teach you. …

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PhotoPills on Android – Hands on Review

In Landscape/Nature by Julian Baird3 Comments

PhotoPills for Apple iOS has been around for many years now and it has built the reputation of being the Swiss army knife of photography apps.  It’s now available on Android but is it still the king of photography apps?  Can it justify its £10 price tag or outdo the vast array of free photography …

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Safety Tips for Photographing a Solar Eclipse

In Landscape/Nature by Kevin D. Jordan0 Comments

A solar eclipse is one of the great spectacles of nature. A total solar eclipse in particular, although brief, could be a once in a lifetime experience for some people, which makes capturing a photo of it all the more enticing. Along with the excitement of experiencing the event, however, comes the need to take …