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From medicine, to music, to photography: Atop a mountain peak with Jose Mostajo
Three easy ways to use the Rule of Thirds
Photofocus Road Trip: To Roanoke, VA and back again
Five landscape photography ideas to try this summer
Three benefits of returning to landscape locations
How to pick the right wide-angle lens
Tamron Recipes with Jamie Malcolm-Brown: Nature and landscape photography
Perfecting the tones in your landscapes, or step #1 in finishing landscapes
Three reasons to add the human element to your landscape photos
Landscape photography inspiration: Catch the sunrise
A two camera setup at Death Valley
Tips for using a telephoto lens for landscape photography

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5 SUMMER Landscape PHOTOGRAPHY Ideas in 9 MINUTES! - youtube

Five landscape photography ideas to try this summer

With warmer climes come plenty of opportunities to take landscape photos in a variety of scenic locations. The beach is easily the first choice for this, but there’s more to this season’s photography adventures than that. Whatever location is accessible

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Three benefits of returning to landscape locations

As a landscape photographer, I’m always looking for new and compelling locations to photograph. There’s a certain excitement that comes from showing up at a new spot and discovering fresh compositions and subjects. However, I’ve found that there can also

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How to pick the right wide-angle lens

Looking for a new lens and wondering which focal length to choose? Here’s a comparison to help you understand the differences and pick the right wide-angle lens. Let’s have a comparison Here are the pictures from three different prime lenses:

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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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Five tips for the hiking photographer

Sharing pictures from beautiful places is one of my favorite things to do, especially when I’ve hiked to get there. However, if I suddenly had to choose between never making a picture for the rest of my life or never

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Wide angle lens camera

How to pick the right wide-angle lens

Looking for a new lens and wondering which focal length to choose? Here’s a comparison to help you understand the differences and pick the right wide-angle lens. Let’s have a comparison Here are the pictures from three different prime lenses:

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
Hiking cover-1

Five tips for the hiking photographer

Sharing pictures from beautiful places is one of my favorite things to do, especially when I’ve hiked to get there. However, if I suddenly had to choose between never making a picture for the rest of my life or never

Read More
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Why I LOVE telephoto lenses

I fell in love with long focal lengths from the moment I’ve started using them. Here’s why I LOVE telephoto lenses! What’s a telephoto lens? A telephoto is a lens with a 60mm focal length or more — up to

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Composition in photography can be learned

Recently someone commented on one of my images: “I wish I had your eye for composition.” My reply: Composition can be learned. Art classes in high school and college helped me learn the basics of composition, color, lines, shapes and

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