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The Ultimate Focus Stacking Guide for Landscape Photography

Guide to Focus Stacking in Landscape Photography
It’s become nearly impossible to get the entire image tack-sharp due to the use of ultra-wide-angle lenses and often extreme approaches to foregrounds and compositions. Perhaps you've used a recommended aperture such as f/11 and figured that will do the job but returned home to find half the image out of focus? Unfortunately, this...

12 Tips for Abstract Landscape Photography

Abstract Landscape Photography
The grand landscapes are beautiful to view and probably the reason you got into landscape photography but the smaller details and intimate scenes can be just as picturesque. Capturing these scenes isn't only a great way of creating impressive art, it's also a creative challenge that forces you to think differently. Abstract landscape photography...

The Ultimate Guide to Smartphone Photography

Only 3 or 4 years ago, smartphone photography was a joke. The photos were so bad that you couldn't even post them in low resolution to be viewed on mobile devices. Phones had a fixed lens, small sensor and an awful performance in low light conditions (and by low light I don’t mean...

Do You Make These 6 Mistakes When Photographing?

For many of us, photography is simply a way to disconnect and spend time outdoors but regardless of our ambitions, most have a shared goal: create more compelling images that we're proud to share. Understanding the camera settings can be a challenge itself, so it's easy to forget about other important factors. Even simple mistakes...

3 Tips for Sharper Images

Take sharper images
When I first began photographing my biggest challenges was getting the images sharp. In this article you will find my 3 best tips for taking sharper images.

8 Crucial Steps to Prepare Images for Printing

Prepare images for print
Seeing a finished image displayed online is always a nice feeling but actually holding a physical print gives a completely different type of satisfaction. It's not until the image is printed and hung on a wall that the entire process is finished. However, making a good print is usually not as straightforward as one would think and most...

7 Tips to Become a Better Photographer in 2020

Tips for Becoming a Better Photographer in 2020
Are you just getting started with photography? Perhaps you've done it for a while but lack inspiration? Are you unhappy with the images you produce today? Whatever your goals and ambitions might be, the new year is a great time to saddle up and become a better photographer. The tips shared below are...

The Single Best Landscape Photography Tip You Need to Know

The Single Best Landscape Photography Tip You Need to Know
Let's be honest: there are a lot of mediocre and repeating tips out there on how you can improve your landscape photography. Straighten the horizon, buy a new camera, invest in equipment... Sure, these things might have an impact on your images but they won't make you a better photographer. There's something much more important that you...

How Understanding the Histogram Will Improve Your Photography

Understanding the Histogram
The Histogram is a tool that most beginners know about, but have zero understanding of. Yet it is one of the most important tools to understand

The ‘500 Rule’ for Night Photography Explained

500 Rule Night Photography
If you've played around with night photography before you're well aware of the many differences to standard landscape photography. Forget about the rules and guidelines you know about general settings for photography; most of these are likely to do more harm than good when the sun goes down and stars take over the sky.

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