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How to Plan and Photograph the Milky Way

Astrophotography is probably the most fascinating thing to someone whether he/she is a photographer or not. Nothing can be more hypnotizing than going out...

8 Killer Resources for Landscape Photography

Are you planning to photograph the Milky Way but don't know its position? Perhaps you want to process your images but you don't know...

Important Things to Know Before Booking a Photography Tour

Attending a photography tour is a great way to develop your photography by learning from a professional photographer in a destination you've dreamt of...

Leaving the Tripod Behind? Read These Tips for Handheld Landscape Photography

One of the most common practices amongst landscape photographers is to use a tripod. Using one opens the door to a whole new creative...

How to Identify a Bad or De-Centered Lens

Have you ever used a de-centered lens? Perhaps you're using one now without being aware of it. It can be a real pain to...

5 Professional Tips for Photographing Harsh Light

Imagine this: You show up to a gorgeous waterfall – one that you’ve been to countless times in “perfect conditions” and yet you’ve never...

6 Reasons Why Your Landscape Images Aren’t Razor Sharp

Picture this: you come home after a great day out photographing and you're excited to look through all the beautiful images you've captured. However,...

NiSi Landscape NC CPL Review for Landscape Photographers

A Circular Polarizer is an essential filter for landscape photographers. Yet, it's often a filter which is less talked about, mainly due to the...

What’s The Role of Visualization In Black & White Landscape Photography?

There are two different aspects to developing a black and white landscape photo in Lightroom. One is craft, where you use Lightroom’s sliders and...

7 Unexpected Tips for Better Landscape Photography

Let’s face it. Half the articles sharing “the top tips” for you to capture better landscape images are rather generic. Sure, straightening the horizon...