Photography Tips

Become a Better Photographer with These Landscape Photography Tips

Remove the Camera Strap for Long Exposure Photography

In this week's Quick Tip Thursday we're one simple but important tip for long exposure photography: Remove the camera strap. Capturing razor-sharp images is something...

Beginners Guide to Night Photography

Do you enjoy photos taken at night? Do you wish that you were able to capture beautiful images of the stars but struggle to...

The Best Aperture for Landscape Photography

The question “What aperture is best for landscape photography?” is often asked via the CaptureLandscapes newsletter and other discussion venues. While there isn't one "correct"...

5 Essential Composition Concepts for Photographing Nature’s Small Scenes

One of the hardest things about nature photography is that we have so little control over our subjects, the weather, and the light we...

Two Useful Apps for Landscape Photography

Photography is time-consuming. There's more to it than bringing a camera and setting it on Automatic Mode before pointing it towards everything you see, as many tend...

How Understanding the Histogram Will Improve Your Photography

The Histogram is a tool that most beginners know about, but have zero understanding of. Yet it is one of the most important tools to understand

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...

NYA-EVO Fjord 60-C Backpack Review

Is there a perfect backpack for landscape photographers? That's a question I've asked myself for many years as I've gone through a variety of...

Dealing with Clear Skies in Landscape Photography

For many years I didn’t know how to take great landscape photos under clear skies; if there weren’t clouds in the sky, I would...

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...