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Three benefits of returning to landscape locations
Choosing the best camera settings for landscape photography
Landscape photography in locations without golden hour light
Photographing Utah’s “Mighty 5,” part two
How to choose the right lens for landscape photography
Landscape photography inspiration: The beauty of storms
Pros and cons of ultra wide-angle lens for landscape photos
Landscape photography tip: Working in unfamiliar locations
Should you switch to mirrorless for landscape photography?
Landscape photography tip: Use minimalist composition
Three reasons to add the human element to your landscape photos
Landscape photography inspiration: Catch the sunrise

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Photographing Utah’s “Mighty 5,” part two

If you’re looking to photograph fantastic natural wonders, consider heading to southern Utah. Home to five national parks (known as the “Mighty 5”) and numerous national monuments and state parks, Utah can fill your hard drive with hundreds of awe-inspiring

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Shooting a Seascape at Sunset | How I approach a unfamiliar location - youtube

Landscape photography tip: Working in unfamiliar locations

Every landscape photographer will eventually have a favorite location or two where they feel comfortable and inspired. However, with so many stunning places around the world to photograph, shooting somewhere or something new is inevitable. Sounds like something you’re planning

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Zabriskie Point Death Valley

A two camera setup at Death Valley

You probably see a lot of photographs from Death Valley around April. It’s a brief period between extreme cold and extreme heat. Desert flowers may even be blooming. The weather ranges somewhere from the low 50s to low 100s (Fahrenheit).

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SIMPLE TIPS for PHOTOGRAPHING in HARSH LIGHT - youtube

Tips for landscape photography in harsh light

If you’re new to landscape photography, you most likely have heard that the best time of the day to shoot is during the Golden Hour — during sunrise or sunset. This is because the light is often dramatic and colorful, which

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Shooting a Seascape at Sunset | How I approach a unfamiliar location - youtube

Landscape photography tip: Working in unfamiliar locations

Every landscape photographer will eventually have a favorite location or two where they feel comfortable and inspired. However, with so many stunning places around the world to photograph, shooting somewhere or something new is inevitable. Sounds like something you’re planning

Read More
Zabriskie Point Death Valley

A two camera setup at Death Valley

You probably see a lot of photographs from Death Valley around April. It’s a brief period between extreme cold and extreme heat. Desert flowers may even be blooming. The weather ranges somewhere from the low 50s to low 100s (Fahrenheit).

Read More
SIMPLE TIPS for PHOTOGRAPHING in HARSH LIGHT - youtube

Tips for landscape photography in harsh light

If you’re new to landscape photography, you most likely have heard that the best time of the day to shoot is during the Golden Hour — during sunrise or sunset. This is because the light is often dramatic and colorful, which

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How to Take long exposures without filters - youtube

How to take long exposure photos without filters

Ever wondered how to create those stunning long exposure photos? Or, have they intimidated you because you felt they needed special tools like filters to achieve? It’s a technique that is typically used for landscape photography and fine art photography,

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