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Landscape Photographer Credits Photography to Help Him Beat Depression
“Depression had stripped my life of its color but looking through a lens was slowly painting it all back.” William Patino shares his images and his photography journey.
The Canon 5DS Produces Images Comparable to Medium Format?
Award-winning landscape photographer David Noton speaks about his experience with the megapixel monster, how it bridges the format gap and offers more flexibility.
Plan Your Outdoor Photo Sessions Perfectly With The Photographer’s Ephemeris App
Are you detail oriented and a little OCD about planning photo shoots? Want to know how the shadow length or the moon location at 5:24pm on April 25th, 2015? The Photographer’s Ephemeris App might be the app for you.
When Portraits & Landscapes Collide: The HDR Composites of Patrick Knecht
Photographer Patrick Knecht combines his love of portraiture, sports and weather into one image.
A Useful & Concise Comparison of The Rule Of Thirds vs. The Golden Ratio
Here’s a great explanation about the two most discussed principles of composition in photography. Learn what they are, but then think if you should really be using them at all.
How To Make The Most Out Of Graduated Filters In Post | Camera RAW Makes It Easy
Adobe Camera RAW now gives us all an easy way to apply graduated filters without fear, by letting us remove the filter effect from parts unwanted with a special brush.
The Importance of Scale in Photography With Joe McNally
Joe McNally talks about the importance of scale in photography, and how to use people to achieve it.
5 Beginning Landscape Photography Tips For Instant Improvement
A lot of photographers start by taking photos of landscape, just because it’s beautiful and always there. Landscape photography is how I started, and for anyone looking to improve their landscape images, here are a few things I’ve learned that helped me improve in my landscape photography.