Friendly Reminder: Look at Your Old Work

Friendly Reminder: Look at Your Old Work Like many photographers out there, some days I look at my work and feel disappointed. There are a plethora of reasons you can feel down about where you’re at in your work, even if it’s completely irrational. I’ve found that one of the best things to help in such a slump is to look at my old work. [ Read More ]

Precise Prediction of the Auroras

Precise Prediction of the Auroras If you have ever photographed the auroras you know how important it is to know when they will explode in the sky. We actually have data available making that prediction easier than just following the Kp number. [ Read More ]

The Beauty of Backlighting in Landscape Photos: Tips and Tricks

The Beauty of Backlighting in Landscape Photos: Tips and Tricks There are a multitude of types of light in landscape photography, and depending on how you're trying to feature your subject and the mood you're trying to convey, each can have its place. This great video will show you the beauty of backlighting and give you some helpful tips and tricks for getting the most out of it. [ Read More ]

Shooting the Exact Same Composition 6 Days in a Row

Shooting the Exact Same Composition 6 Days in a Row Here's a fun landscape photography project that, with a bit of dedication, will get you out of your creative rut. You will need a camera, a tripod, and a good memory of where you put those the day before. We're going to capture the exact same scene for six days straight and Norwegian photographer Oddbjørn Austevik is going to show you how in his latest video. [ Read More ]

How Various Settings Can Create Different Landscape Photographs

How Various Settings Can Create Different Landscape Photographs The cool thing about landscape photography is that there are generally a variety of appropriate settings for any specific scene or subject; it really comes down to your creative vision and the sort of final image you're looking to create. This great video talks about choosing settings to match what you're trying to portray. [ Read More ]

Tips for Creating Dramatic Seascape Images

Tips for Creating Dramatic Seascape Images Seascapes has always fascinated me!.I do not have a preferred vision for seascapes; I love both minimalistic and simple versions, as well as those highly dramatic ones full of action and movement. Here, I will share some of my tips on creating the latter. [ Read More ]

Four Settings Every Photographer Should Know on Their Camera

Four Settings Every Photographer Should Know on Their Camera When it comes to our cameras most of us put a lot of time into researching which camera to purchase. We review websites like Fstoppers, read user reviews on B&H and Amazon. All to make sure the camera we end up with has the feature we want and the best image quality we can afford. What we forget, however, is that image quality in real life usage can be quite subjective. [ Read More ]

Creating Beautiful Photos With Strangers Across the Internet

Creating Beautiful Photos With Strangers Across the Internet I live in a small city far from popular landscape photography locations and seemingly devoid of fellow photographers. I oftentimes find myself feeling a bit alone in the creative process. To remedy this, I went online to find peers and look for resources to get constructive feedback on my work. I ended up meeting someone who helped me improve my work and whose generosity took me completely by surprise. [ Read More ]

One of the Best Tools to Use When Planning Your Next Photography Trip

One of the Best Tools to Use When Planning Your Next Photography Trip I don’t get to shoot landscapes as often as I’d like, but when I do, I try to maximize the time I have in a place to the fullest extent. Many times, that’s just waking up for sunrise while my relatives snooze their alarms on a family trip, but eventually, when I started planning my own adventures, I had a hard time figuring out where to start until I discovered an incredible tool. [ Read More ]

Six Reasons to Photograph the Iconic Locations

Six Reasons to Photograph the Iconic Locations Ever felt bad for photographing an iconic location? I have been part of the landscape photography community for some years now and I have heard many different opinions; some very strong and even demeaning, such as “photographing iconic locations makes you a bad photographer”. [ Read More ]