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Become a Better Photographer with These Landscape Photography Tips

How to Avoid Light Leaks for Long Exposure Photography

Extending the shutter speed and capturing images using the long exposure photography technique can lead to some amazing images. However, as with any technique,...

Six Reasons You Must Use Black & White for Landscape Photography

It’s easy to see why so many landscape photographers work in color – it’s powerful and evocative and helps you capture mood and atmosphere. So...

Why You Should Use a Polarizer for Landscape Photography

Let me start with this statement: every landscape photographer should own a circular polarizer. If you're tired of unwanted glare and reflections, struggle to...

How to Protect the Camera in Bad Weather

'How do you keep the camera safe when photographing in rain and bad weather' is a question I hear quite often. 'Won't you damage...

How to Plan and Photograph the Milky Way

Milky Way photography is a fascinating thing to someone whether they're a photographer or not. Nothing is more hypnotizing than going out watching thousands...

How to Optimize Images for Instagram

Instagram is the go-to platform for most photographers to promote their craft. This isn't a big surprise as the image-sharing network has more than...

How to Photograph the Northern Lights

Photographing the Northern Lights is arguably one of the most incredible experiences for outdoor photographers. There are few things more spectacular to witness than...

5 Common Night Photography Mistakes to Avoid

Are you guilty of making these common night photography mistakes? Then you’re not capturing as great images as you could be. Let’s fix that...

7 Tips for Staying Inspired During Lockdown

2020 wasn't quite the year we had hoped for. The pandemic meant canceled travel plans and spending more time at home. There have been...

The Best ISO for Landscape Photography

I'm going to start with a statement that you need to remember: choosing the wrong ISO will severely damage the image quality. The aperture...