Day: April 30, 2017

How to Find the Best Locations for Landscape Photography

Have you ever looked at the work of a good landscape photographer and wondered how they found such beautiful places to shoot? Or would you like to travel to a new place to do landscape photography but are unsure how to find the best locations? You are not alone. It takes work to find the best locations […]

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Quick Instagram and Social Media Workflow Tips for Photographers

Each day there are new ways to accomplish the same task, especially with the ever-evolving social media whirlwind. Today I want to share my favorite two methods I use for sharing to Instagram (or any other social platform, but primarily Instagram since posts need to be made from your mobile device). [ Read More ] […]

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Why a 50mm Lens Could Save Your Photography Life

Ok, this is quite a bold statement and may not be entirely true, but it could do a lot for your photography and maybe even get you out of that slump you’re currently in. Firstly, I want to just say that I love zooms. As a photographer, I’ve used them extensively both for photo and […]

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In praise of shooting monochrome landscapes

Taking color out of the equation forces the viewer to focus on shapes and textures In an age of wide color gamut displays and HDR-everything, DPR regular Nicolas Alexander Otto urges his fellow landscape shooters to embrace shooting in black-and-white. Here are a few reasons why he embraces monochrome for landscape work – and thinks you should too. […]

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