Photography Tips

Become a Better Photographer with These Landscape Photography Tips

My Most Important Tool for Photography

About one year ago I was photographing the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C. I'm used to photographing landscapes where it's rare to see...

Two Useful Apps for Landscape Photography

Photography is time-consuming. There's more to it than bringing a camera and setting it on Automatic Mode before pointing it towards everything you see, as many tend...

2 Tips to Keep Your Lens Clean When Photographing Seascapes

If you have ever photographed seascapes, especially during wind, the chances are that you've become frustrated with how dirty your lens gets after only...

Introduction to Graduated ND Filters

One of the most common questions I get asked regarding photography is how to get both the foreground/landscape and the sky properly exposed. Either...

Photography Terms and Expressions Every Beginner Should Know

This article is intended to help you understand the most important terms and expressions within photography, and probably a couple of less important ones too.

Tips to Photograph Children in Landscapes

Since I don't have access to a studio, I've learned to work outside which really has both benefits and drawbacks. The light for instance; I try to shoot when it's a bit dimmed, like in the mornings or the afternoons.

Introduction to Aperture in Landscape Photography

To fully understand your camera and become a better photographer, you must understand the basic functions such as Aperture, ISO and Shutter Speed. For the beginner this seems impossible to learn, but with a little bit of experimenting and reading you will quickly see that it's not nearly as tough as it seems. In todays basic series I will give you an introduction to Aperture in Landscape Photography.

Introduction to ISO in Digital Photography

Many of you who read this might just have bought your first DSLR and feel a bit overwhelmed at the moment. So many settings,...