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4 Tips for More Creative Still Life Photography

[ad_1] 4 Tips for More Creative Still Life Photography Still life photography is both enjoyable and accessible for many photographers, but it’s easy for your work to become stagnant. Here are 4 tips for more creative still life photography. Still life photography has a low barrier of entry but a high skill ceiling, meaning while it’s attractive to beginners, it can be disappointing. I fell into this particular genre of photography quite by accident but I quickly got hooked. As […]

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13 Tips for Better Fall Landscape Photography

[ad_1] 13 Tips for Better Fall Landscape Photography Fall is undoubtedly one of the best times to be a photographer, as the leaves change and give rise to brilliant scenes full of vibrant and dramatic colors. To make sure you are able to take full advantage of the season, check out this fantastic video tutorial that details 13 helpful tips for better fall images along with a lot of great example images. Coming to you from Photo Tom, this excellent […]

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Seven Tips to Take Stunning Photos in Your Regular ‘Boring’ Landscapes

[ad_1] Seven Tips to Take Stunning Photos in Your Regular ‘Boring’ Landscapes You are not always in a stunning location where the landscape does the work for you. Here are seven tips to extract the most from a “boring” landscape. I live in Denmark, and Denmark is most certainly not known as a destination for landscape photographers. We have no waterfalls, no mountains, no glaciers, and most of our countryside is rural. Denmark is actually the most cultivated country in […]

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How to Take Amazing Astro Photos: Tips for Beginners

[ad_1] How to Take Amazing Astro Photos: Tips for Beginners No telescope, no star tracker, no problem. Learn how to get started capturing the beautiful night sky with just some basic camera equipment with this beginner’s tutorial. We’ve all seen those incredible astrophotography images that are almost hard to believe that regular cameras and lenses captured them. If you’ve tried replicating them on your own, you may have quickly realized it isn’t nearly as simple as daylight shooting. In this […]

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5 Easy Composition Tips for Photographing Cityscapes

[ad_1] 5 Easy Composition Tips for Photographing Cityscapes For any photography enthusiast, a nice view of a city’s skyline can be quite irresistible to photograph. Shooting cityscapes can be a very simple task overall. With a good overlooking view, a reliable camera, and a sturdy tripod, one can just set up and keep shooting as the changes in the lighting conditions unfold. One aspect of urban landscape photography that makes one stand out is composition. While the view of clusters […]

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Five Budget Travel Tips to Save on Long-Term Landscape Photography

[ad_1] Five Budget Travel Tips to Save on Long-Term Landscape Photography “Let’s go to New Zealand!” Ka-ching, that’s a pretty chunk of change to shell out, but travel has become comparatively more affordable than ever before. If you are considering extended travel to invest in your landscape photography, you can save a ton of money without turning vagabond. By long-term travel, I mean longer than a few weeks on the road. I’ve been location independent for the last four months, […]

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Tips To Become The Ultimate Traveling Photographer

[ad_1] Tips To Become The Ultimate Traveling Photographer We live in a digital age where we can showcase our work to possible clients all around the world, but what’s the point if we cannot shoot for clients outside of our home market once in awhile? Following Andrew Link’s post on creating a perfect travel light kit, here’s an article with tips on how to travel as a professional photographer effectively. As a commercial photographer and filmmaker, I travel over 100k miles a […]

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7 Simple Tips to Create a Strong Depth in Your Photos

[ad_1] 7 Simple Tips to Create a Strong Depth in Your Photos If there is one thing that makes a landscape photo “come alive,” it is adding depth to it. Adding depth either invites the viewer into the photo or can make the photo feel like looking through a window. Depth and three-dimensionality are essential (however, not necessary) components of landscape photography. In my latest video, I share seven simple tips and a bonus tip to create depth in your photos. These […]

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Tips For Packing Gear And Shooting In Winter Conditions

[ad_1] Tips For Packing Gear And Shooting In Winter Conditions I’ve spent the last 2 weeks in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, shooting stills and video in freezing winter conditions. Snow, ice, blisteringly cold wind and more. In this video I share what I found to be best for packing my kit, protecting it in the field, and keeping my eyes from freezing to my viewfinder. Gear Prep The night before, I charge extra batteries and clean my glass. I pack my […]

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Tips for Filming Wildlife With Sony Alpha Cameras

[ad_1] Tips for Filming Wildlife With Sony Alpha Cameras If you want to start shooting more wildlife video with Sony Alpha cameras while you’re out in the field, here are some helpful tips to get started. The following was written with the Sony a7R III and a9 in mind as that’s what I’ve mainly used for recording wildlife videos. Please note that if you own a newer model camera than this will probably fit in just as well, however in […]

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