Tag: Landscape

Camera Metering for Landscape Photography

When photographing landscapes, it is essential to have the correct meter setting activated to achieve proper exposure results. The meter setting on your camera helps you decide what combination of aperture and shutter speed to use in order to get a correctly exposed photograph. All cameras are different, but should have similar “on board” camera […]

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7 Tips for Urban Landscape Photography

When you ask people what is landscape photography they have no trouble defining it. But ask what urban landscape photography is and you will get conflicting answers. People have an idea, but often don’t really understand what it is, or how to go about doing it. One of the first things to do is work […]

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Landscape Photography Dos and Don’ts

If you’re just getting into landscape photography, it can be a bit of a different experience from other genres. This great video will help you get oriented and off doing it the right way. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR Video To Get […]

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New: Landscape Photography Recipe Cards

Struggling to consistently create stunning landscape images? Professional landscape photographer Brent Mail has just released his Landscape Photography Recipe Cards, with proven short-cut secrets on how to capture stunning landscape images in tough situations. We were able to negotiate a 64% discount for PictureCorrect readers which ends soon. Deal found here: The Landscape Photography Recipe Cards […]

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Using Juxtaposition for More Compelling Landscape Photography

Juxtaposition – it’s one of my favorite words, and also one of the most important aspects of successful photography. It’s used in portraiture, outdoor adventure, and frequently in travel photography. In images of the landscape, however, juxtaposition is often overlooked. I say overlooked because many photographers integrate juxtaposed elements in their landscapes without even being […]

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Erez Marom: On causality in landscape photography

Causality is the relationship between cause and effect – and in landscape photography, this dynamic can help you tell a story, beyond the conventional structures of composition and color. Considering causality in a landscape image can have a number of advantages. First of all, including a visual indication of cause and effect can provide a through-line, […]

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How to Plan and Prepare for Landscape Photography

Autumn morning in the Alaska Range. Colors peak in late August or early September, if you are planning to catch the fall colors, plan accordingly. The best images rarely come together on accident. Yes, I know, sometimes serendipity will place you at the perfect spot in the perfect light with all the gear you need […]

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