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Become a Better Photographer with These Landscape Photography Tips

Landscape Photography in Arctic Norway

Tips on Photographing in Arctic Norway While the term arctic photography sounds quite special itself, when it comes down to basics it mostly means that...

Capture the Full Dynamic Range by Taking Multiple Exposures

Use Multiple Exposures to Capture the Full Dynamic Range One of the biggest frustrations with landscape photography is capturing the entire dynamic range. Often, the sky...

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...

How to Take Advantage of Instagram Stories

You might already have heard of Instagram's latest feature, Instagram Stories, which has been a hot topic since its release. Very similar to Snapchat, this...

4 Tips for Photographing Nature’s Smaller Scenes

One of the most enjoyable aspects of nature photography for me is spending a significant amount of time on photographing intimate landscapes, which I...

How to Make Dull Images Eye Catching

Mother nature has done a great job pleasing the eye of even the most demanding landscape photographers. There are great views all around the...

Manual Focus or Automatic Focus?

Capturing sharp and in-focus images is something I often see beginning photographers struggle with. Many don't notice it themselves but it's very visible to those who...

How to Photograph Rivers and Streams

There are many reasons for shooting rivers and streams in landscape photography and there’s a lot involved so here’s part one (probably). Being in the...

Why You Should Start Shooting Landscapes During Golden Hour

The single biggest leap forward you can make with your landscape photography is to start shooting during golden hour. Goodbye harsh contrasty shadows, hello...

How to Avoid Crowds at Tourist Traps

If you have ever photographed popular tourist destinations you know how challenging it can be to get a good shot with so many people...