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The Best ISO for Landscape Photography

I'm going to start with a statement that you need to remember: choosing the wrong ISO will severely damage the image quality. The aperture...

Introduction to Shutter Speed in Landscape Photography

Shutter Speed is measured in seconds, or fractions of seconds. A larger denominator such as 1/1000 is a quicker shutter speed than a lower denominator such as 1/10 allowing less light to reach the sensor. But how does it impact your image?

How to Set Up Your New Camera for Professional Results

So you just got a new camera and you can't wait to go out capturing amazing images with it. After all, it's quite exciting...

7 Tips to Become a Better Photographer in 2021

Have you recently got a new camera? Or have you had one for a while but don't know how to use it? Perhaps you've...

A Comprehensive Introduction to Black and White Photography

A lot of photographers think of black and white as the classical form of photography but digital technology helps make black and white photography...

Why You Need an L-Bracket for Landscape Photography

L-Brackets, or L-Plates, is a tool most professional landscape photographers use. Yet, it's rarely mentioned. You don't see lots of advertisements for it and,...

The Power of Dark and Moody Images

Moody processing is a way to process an image when the light isn't good by the standards. Meaning that there isn’t a colorful sky...

Understanding The Exposure Triangle in Photography

Understanding each of the photography elements is important for you to take control over your camera. But to fully be able to use manual mode, you also need to understand how these settings work together. This is known as The Exposure Triangle.

Best Christmas Gifts for Landscape Photographers in 2020

Are you getting Christmas gifts for landscape photographers this year? Then you might already know how difficult it can be to navigate the seas...

Introductions to the Fundamentals of Landscape Photography

In this introduction series we will be looking into the basic settings of photography and and helping you understanding how every change you make can impact your photo. The basic settings are referred to as The Exposure Triangle.