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15 Helpful Landscape Photography Tips for Beginners

In Landscape/Nature by Rusty Parkhurst1 Comment

Everyone loves shooting landscape photos, right?  OK, maybe not everyone, but what’s not to love?  Landscape photography gets you out of the everyday busyness of life and into the stillness of our wide open and wild spaces.  Whether in the rugged mountains and alpine meadows, or the dry and unforgiving deserts.  Or perhaps the mysterious coastal forests, or the wind-blown …

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12 Tips for Advanced Landscape Photography Compositions

In Landscape/Nature by Kevin D. Jordan0 Comments

At some point in our progression as landscape photographers, we need to gain a greater understanding of composition if we want our photography to continue to improve. The first composition tip any photographer will typically learn is that of the Rule of Thirds, which states that you should place the interesting elements of your photo on imaginary grid lines that …

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What to Wear for Landscape Photography

In Landscape/Nature by Jim Harmer0 Comments

As I’ve traveled around the world doing landscape photography, I’ve slowly changed what I wear each time and have come up with a system that works for me.  Having the right clothing won’t exactly improve your image quality, but it can make your adventure far more pleasant. What I’m Looking For I need clothes that are adaptable.  I’m often traveling …

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Are You An Ethical Nature Photographer?

In Landscape/Nature by Tracy Munson4 Comments

Oxford Dictionary defines ethics as: “Moral principles that govern a person’s behavior or the conducting of an activity. Ethics are closely related to morals, and both refer to how we behave in situations.” One of my college instructors referred to ethics as how we behave when no one is looking. I think that definition is especially relevant in the context …