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Step-by-Step Guide to How I Back Up My Photography

How I Back Up My Photography
Backing up your photography is an essential part of any photographer's workflow. I'd go as far as to say it's one of the most important things you can do. Just imagine hard drive failure that results in you losing all your images? That's something that should only take place in your nightmares... It's obvious that many of you understand the...

The Single Best Landscape Photography Tip You Need to Know

The Single Best Landscape Photography Tip You Need to Know
Let's be honest: there are a lot of mediocre and repeating tips out there on how you can improve your landscape photography. Straighten the horizon, buy a new camera, invest in equipment... Sure, these things might have an impact on your images but they won't make you a better photographer. So let's step aside from these common tips and look at the single best...

The Perfect Christmas Gifts for Landscape Photographers in 2018

Christmas is just around the corner and many of us are already deep into the Christmas gift shopping. I think most of us can agree that finding the perfect gift isn't always easy. So what is the perfect Christmas gift for landscape photographers? This article features some of the most popular landscape photography related content that any landscape photographer would be...

5 Common Camera Setting Mistakes Beginning Photographers Make

Common Camera Setting Mistakes Beginners Make
Learning how to properly handle the camera is the most important aspect of improving your photography. While composition, light and post-processing have a big visual impact, they are second in line when it comes to where your priorities should be in the beginning. Fellow photographer Ugo Cei has talked about a neat little trick he uses to teach his clients...

Graduated ND Filters or Multiple Exposures: What is Best?

Graduated Neutral Density Filter or Multiple Exposures
Using a Graduated Neutral Density filter is fairly easy and doesn’t require any advanced techniques in post-production but the easiest option isn't always the best choice; due to the filter's transition being horizontal, anything above the distinction will be darkened and anything below will be left alone. This is a good solution when there's a flat horizon but what do...

8 Tips for Better Seascape Photography

Seascape Photography Tips
At sunset, in a storm, in autumn or in the morning stillness, the sea is a photographic subject that may give us countless satisfactions. Over many years spent together I have learned that even if every photographic trip always feels like the first time, there are some tricks that can make our life easier when we are in the...

6 Tips for Better Drone Landscape Photography

6 Tips for Better Drone Landscape Photography
There's no doubt that drone photography is a growing niche in the landscape photography field and it's not hard to understand why; you're able to reach new perspectives and create compositions that used to be impossible. Reaching these new perspectives can result in visually stunning images of both well-known and unknown places, something both photographers and photography lovers enjoy viewing. However,...

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...

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