Photography Tips

The posts found on this page are written to help you become a better landscape photographer. Regardless of where you’re at in your journey, there’s something here for you. Learn about the fundamentals of photography, technical skills, compositional skills, creative exercises, and much more.

Beginners Guide to Night Photography: Master the Night

Photographing at night is unlike anything else. You don’t have the soft light of a sunrise or sunset to cast light on the scene,...

5 Hubs You Should Follow on Instagram

Having your images shared by hubs on Instagram can be a great way of reaching a wider audience and gaining more followers. In fact,...

My Favorite Neutral Density Filter

Filters have played an important role in my photography ever since purchasing a circular polarizer filter several years ago. However, it wasn't until 2012...

Saturation vs. Vibrance. What’s the Difference?

The Saturation and Vibrance sliders are well-known and used by photographers in all genres alike. But do you know the difference between them? If not,...

How to Choose Your Next Tripod

Finding the best Tripod for Landscape Photography For those who follow our articles regularly, you might have heard this before: The most important tool besides your...

How to Focus in Night Photography

Nail the focus in Night Photography Night Photography is a genre that has become more and more popular the last years. Photographing at night can...

The Ultimate Guide to Monetize Your Photography

Have you ever wanted to monetize your photography? You're not alone! Everyone has their own ambitions when it comes to photography. Some enjoy it as...

What is Shutter Speed in Photography? [Comprehensive Guide]

Shutter Speed is measured in seconds, or fractions of seconds. A larger denominator such as 1/1000 is a quicker shutter speed than a lower denominator such as 1/10 allowing less light to reach the sensor. But how does it impact your image?

Introductions to the Fundamentals of Landscape Photography

In this introduction series we will be looking into the basic settings of photography and and helping you understanding how every change you make can impact your photo. The basic settings are referred to as The Exposure Triangle.

Leaving the Tripod Behind? Read These Tips for Handheld Landscape Photography

Use a tripod. That's one of the most common pieces of advice given to landscape photographers. The main reason is that it opens the...