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How to Photograph Rivers and Streams

Beautiful light on a river
There are many reasons for shooting rivers and streams in landscape photography and there’s a lot involved so here’s part one (probably). Being in the landscape regularly will inevitably lead you along rivers or creeks. A lot of joy can be found being immersed in a shot from within a river. The bubbling rushing sounds, water drop splashes, glowing mossy...

7 Tips for Better Night Photography

Tips for Better Night Photography
Capturing stunning images in the pitch black isn't as easy as one might think. Even if you've learned to master the basics of night photography, there are several factors involved that we aren't exposed to in standard daytime photography. However, you don't need to make big adjustments in your workflow to start capturing beautiful images during the night as well. The...

How to Plan and Photograph the Milky Way

Photographing the Milky Way
Astrophotography is probably the most fascinating thing to someone whether he/she is a photographer or not. Nothing can be more hypnotizing than going out to watch thousands of millions of stars above your head. Being an astrophysics researcher, it is always fascinating for me to photograph the night sky and enjoy the vastness of our universe. Thanks to the advancement of...

No. You Don’t Need a Professional Camera

You Don't Need a Professional Camera
Have you ever heard someone say “my pictures would be so much better if I had a camera like you or that photographer”? Perhaps you're even guilty of saying these words yourself. This is a phrase that I see and hear quite often but is there any truth to it? Or is it just wishful thinking and ignorance? Will a...

7 Tips for Seascape Photography

Tips for Seascape Photography Seascape Photography can be incredibly rewarding but at the same time equally dangerous for both you and your camera. There are many elements to take into consideration and the last thing we want is for you or your equipment to be taken by the waves. Photographing seascapes involves many more elements than photographing still landscapes; dealing with...

6 More Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography

6 More (and slightly different) Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography
While learning how to use your camera and further develop your technical skills is an important factor in improving your landscape photography, there are several more aspects involved in this process. Landscape photography is more than just technical skills; it's about vision, creativity, connection and so much more. This article won't focus on the technical aspects of improving your photography,...

7 Tips for Photographing Woods and Forests

7 Simple Guidelines to Capture Beautiful Images of Woods and Forests Woods and forests are challenging scenes to photograph as it's often hard to spot solid compositions and there's overwhelmingly much information. Unlike photographing grand landscapes, it's rare that you find obvious compositions in the forest and you won't be able to simply set up the camera and shoot something. This...

Advice from Full-Time Photographers on Turning Pro

Tips for Turning Pro
Many aspiring (and experienced) photographers dream of making their hobby into a full-time profession. Who doesn't want to make a sufficient living from traveling the world and taking pictures? But what does it take to turn pro? Is it really as luxurious as it sounds? I've talked with 5 industry leading full-time photographers and asked them to share their best advice on...

Recommended Filters for Landscape Photography

Having a variety of filters to choose between is essential for many landscape photographers. The use of filters allows you to control light and achieve certain picturesque effects. It's true that some of these techniques can be done in post-processing but the result is rarely as good; filters are often preferred in order to remain the highest possible quality. That being said,...

Photoshop Made Easy with Raya Pro

Raya Pro Workflow
Are you feeling overwhelmed with Photoshop? Do you have a hard time remembering how to create and apply certain techniques? Post-processing and Photoshop are becoming an important part of a photographer’s workflow but it involves spending a lot of time repeating the same adjustments over and over. Perhaps you apply the Orton Effect, use Luminosity Masks, or maybe you create...

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