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5 Tips for Landscape Photography in Iceland

Iceland has quickly become one of the most popular countries for landscape photographers to visit. Once you've been there yourself it's not hard to understand why travelers from all around the world are choosing it as their next photography destination. So how do you make sure that you come home with the best...

How to Create More Impactful Images

Create Impactful Images
Composition is one of the most important factors in creating impactful and memorable photos. It doesn't matter how fascinating the conditions are; images that lack a solid composition are less likely to be remembered. Landscape photography has changed a lot during the last years and it might even be fair to say that the...

Why You Should Photograph Fewer Locations when Traveling

For me, there are three ingredients that make a great landscape photo: an interesting subject, a though-out composition, and, maybe most important, good light and weather conditions that fit the scenery. Getting all three takes a lot of work and luck. First I need some inspiration, which I get from...

Introduction to Quick Tip Thursday

Quick Tip Thursday
Happy New Year everyone! I hope you had a great holiday and perhaps you even managed to capture a few images as well. This is not going to be a regular tutorial but I want to quickly tell you about a new and exciting segment that will be happening on CaptureLandscapes in 2018: Quick Tip Thursday. Each Thursday, we'll publish one...

Ultimate Guide to Long Exposure Photography

Long exposure photography
Have you ever seen an image of a waterfall or ocean where the water looks soft and silky, almost unreal or perhaps you’ve seen an image in a city where cars are turned into long red lines? Maybe you’ve even thought these were heavily manipulated. The truth is, it’s actually a rather easy technique made possible with the use...

How to Photograph Forests and Trees

Photographing Trees and Forests
Master the Art of Photographing Forests and Trees Landscape photography is often associated with the Grand Landscape and the famous vistas. I love a beautiful sunset from a vantage point with impressive mountains in the background just as much as anyone, and I have several times traveled across the globe to find such a scene and capture it. However, one of...

How to Set Up Your New Camera for Professional Results

Set Up New Camera
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 to get new equipment, right? But there are also new challenges that come with purchasing a new camera. Can you just go straight outside and get good results...

The Importance of Calibrating Your Monitor

Calibrating Monitor using Datacolor Spyder X
Have you noticed that the colors in your images appear different on your computer and other devices? That the print looks nothing like what you expected it to? Or perhaps you've had someone point out that the colors in your images are off, despite looking great on your own screen? This is a common...

Photoshop Made Easy with Raya Pro

Raya Pro Workflow
Are you feeling overwhelmed with Photoshop? Do you have a hard time remembering how to create and apply certain techniques? Post-processing and Photoshop are becoming an important part of a photographer’s workflow but it involves spending a lot of time repeating the same adjustments over and over. Perhaps you apply the Orton Effect, use Luminosity Masks, or maybe you create...

NiSi S5: The Ultimate Filter Holder for Ultra-Wide Angle Lenses

NiSi S5 Field Test
The NiSi S5 is a filter holder I've been waiting a long time for. Even though there are several other 150mm filter systems available, including an older NiSi model, none of them have been able to grab my attention. This changed with the NiSi S5. Finally, they've released a system that makes most photographers using Ultra-Wide Angle lenses such as the Nikon...

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