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4 Untold Tips for Photographing Northern Lights

How to Photograph the Northern Lights
Photographing Northern Lights is something I wish every photographer can experience at least once in their life. Standing underneath a green sky that's elegantly dancing is something you'll never forget. But it's not as easy to photograph as you might think. In fact, it's quite different than 'regular' night photography. I've previously written about how to photograph Northern Lights where I taught you...

Autumn Photography: Tips for Photographing the Colors of Autumn

Autumn Photography Tips
Autumn offers a wide range of photographic opportunities, especially for those who love colors and moody days. With the quickly changing scenery, colorful landscapes and shorter days, it's not hard to understand why it's the favorite season of so many photographers. But how do you capture the vibrancy of it? How do you walk home with beautiful images? A typical...

When I Use Graduated ND Filters (and When I Don’t)

When I Use Graduated ND Filters
Soon after I got introduced to the use of filters in Landscape Photography I learned about Graduated ND Filters and the significant difference they can make to an image. When I purchased my first square filter system I made sure that I also purchased a Graduated ND Filter (these filters don’t work well as screw-in filters). I remember it was...

Quality vs. Quantity: 4 Photographer’s Advice on Growing an Online Following

Quality vs. Quantity: 4 Photographer’s Advice on Growing an Online Following
Growing an online following is something many photographers dream to do. Some do it to have a moment in the spotlight while others do it as a way to grow their business or connect with like-minded people. There are lots of advice on how you can get followers on Instagram. Some are legit and some are not. Growing a healthy...

7 Actionable Steps to Capturing Images That Grab Attention

Steps to Capturing Images That Grab Attention
Capturing images that grab attention is a goal of any photographer. It’s exactly this skill that separates a good photographer from an average one. An image can grab the viewers attention in many ways. A typical one the last years has been through the use of strong and vivid colors. However, such images (with many exceptions, of course) tend to give...

Landscape Photography Giveaway [$875]

Landscape Photography Giveaway
Win Landscape Photography Gear & Resources Valued at $870+ I'm excited to announce that CaptureLandscapes has teamed up with Manfrotto, NiSi Filters, ThinkThank and Mark Metternich to give away landscape photography equipment and resources to a value of more than $870! All you've got to do is to fill in your information in the form below. This gives you 1 entry in the...

7 Useful Tips for Photographing Summer

Tips for photographing summer
Summer is a favorite season and for many, it's a time for travel and relaxation. However, landscape photographers aren't always as fond of long summer days as it often involves long periods of cloudless days. That doesn't mean you shouldn't grab your camera and go out photographing. There are just as many beautiful scenes waiting to be photographed during summer...

8 Must-Have Equipment for Landscape Photography

Must-Have Equipment for Landscape Photography
Your creativity is the most powerful and important tool you have as a landscape photographer. What would you be without it? What pleasure would photography give you? However, there are certain pieces of equipment that are essential, whether they're to help you capture better images or to organize and store them. For gear-junkies, there are a lot more to add...

6 Pro Tips for Better Wide-Angle Landscape Photography

Tips for wide-angle landscape photography
Wide-Angle landscape photography is a lot of fun. It enables you to capture the entire beauty of the grand vista revealing itself in front of you: the interesting foreground, the great leading middle ground and the beautiful backdrop with a nice sky above - it sounds pretty nice, doesn't it? Photographing with a wide-angle lens isn't necessarily that straightforward, though....

5 Key Reasons to Use a Telezoom in Landscape Photography

Telezoom in Landscape Photography
Ever since I began photographing I have been drawn towards the use of wide angle lenses. In fact, it wasn't until several years after picking up my first camera that I purchased a telezoom: a 70-200mm. At the same time, I slowly started to make big changes to my photographic vision; it turned out that adding this lens in my...

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