Category Archives: Landscape

Better landscape photo finishing touches

I don’t know about you, but I have been disappointed by the images I got out of the camera when out shooting landscape and nature images. I’ve come across a lovely scene, but the picture just doesn’t stand out the way I remember the scene. Cameras are really good at capturing information, but not emotion. […]

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How to take great flower photos

I know that many out there want to improve their photography in one aspect. Flower photography. With gardening as popular as it is this shouldn’t be a surprise. Flower photography while looking like one of the simplest forms of photography can quickly become one of the most difficult. Here are a few tips for you. […]

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Don’t Let Bad Weather Keep Your Camera Tucked Away

Here in the northern hemisphere, it’s winter. And where I am right now – it’s very winter. Miserable stuff that snow. Except when you have a camera in your hand. Then it’s a playground. The landscape takes on a very different look, colours become monochrome, crystals form, fog moves in on cat’s paws (to quote […]

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Some tips for landscape photography

Been seeing a lot of landscape photography by some very enthusiastic photographers. There’s some great photography being created. However, I do often see a few common issues that can be corrected. Crooked Horizon Lines: Because of nature (as in bent trees, poles that are actually falling over); or the nature of wide angle lenses – […]

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