7 Editing Techniques Landscape Photographers Should Know


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7 Editing Techniques Landscape Photographers Should Know

Editing is a huge part of landscape photography and the chance for you to add your personal style to your images. If you are looking to improve your own editing, check out this fantastic video tutorial that will show you seven different editing techniques that are useful for working with landscape photos.

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Learn How This Landscape Image Was Shot and Edited


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Learn How This Landscape Image Was Shot and Edited

Creating a successful landscape photograph is just as much about your post-processing technique as it is about the process of shooting it. This excellent video tutorial will show you how to shoot and edit a landscape image from start to finish.

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Learn How This Landscape Image Was Shot and Edited


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Learn How This Landscape Image Was Shot and Edited

Creating a successful landscape photograph is just as much about your post-processing technique as it is about the process of shooting it. This excellent video tutorial will show you how to shoot and edit a landscape image from start to finish.

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Did American Politics Ruin My Shots?


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Did American Politics Ruin My Shots?

I spent a few days in the Utah badlands attempting to capture the unique beauty the area has to offer, and I can confidently say it is unlike anywhere else in the world. While being there, I was surprised how much of the area did not look like what I expected.

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Did American Politics Ruin My Shots?


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Did American Politics Ruin My Shots?

I spent a few days in the Utah badlands attempting to capture the unique beauty the area has to offer, and I can confidently say it is unlike anywhere else in the world. While being there, I was surprised how much of the area did not look like what I expected.

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Get Out of Your Photography Comfort Zone


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Get Out of Your Photography Comfort Zone

We all have our personal style and photographic habits, and that is not a bad thing; after all, they are what define us as creatives. On the other hand, we can end up stuck in a bit of a rut if we never stray outside our comfort zone, and this excellent video reminds us why it is important to push ourselves every once in a while.

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Do You Always Need a Tripod for Landscape Photography?


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Do You Always Need a Tripod for Landscape Photography?

When you think of landscape photography, you probably automatically assume the usage of a tripod, but it is not always a necessary tool, and in fact, it can even be a detriment. In fact, a tripod can actually end up being a hindrance, and this fantastic video discusses why you might want to keep your camera in your hands more often.

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How Bad Is JPEG? Surprising Encounters in Landscape Photography


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How Bad Is JPEG? Surprising Encounters in Landscape Photography

After a recent landscape session in the rain, I was shocked. Reviewing the files at home, I found that I accidentally shot in JPEG. Is all lost now? Let’s take a look at this very underrated format.

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How Bad Is JPEG? Surprising Encounters in Landscape Photography


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How Bad Is JPEG? Surprising Encounters in Landscape Photography

After a recent landscape session in the rain, I was shocked. Reviewing the files at home, I found that I accidentally shot in JPEG. Is all lost now? Let’s take a look at this very underrated format.

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Landscape Photography Doesn’t Always Have to Be Epic


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Landscape Photography Doesn't Always Have to Be Epic

We tend to be inundated by images of grand, epic scenes when it come to landscape photography, and it can be easy to fall into the trap of thinking those are the only photographs worth taking. This excellent video discusses why even seemingly normal scenes can be turned into worthwhile images.

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5 Signs Your Landscape Photos Are Too Busy


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5 Signs Your Landscape Photos Are Too Busy

Landscape photography is unique in that you can’t move the elements of your frame to adjust the composition, and as such, it can be easy to fall into the trap of making your photos too busy without even realizing it. This excellent video tutorial will show you five signs that your landscape photos may be too busy.

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How Wide Should Landscape Lenses Be?


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How Wide Should Landscape Lenses Be?

When we ask people about what lens to get for landscape photography, we often get advised to get a wide-angle lens. But how wide do you need these lenses to be?

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5 Winter Photography Tips and Tricks You Need To Know


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5 Winter Photography Tips and Tricks You Need To Know

It is winter in the northern hemisphere and the cold winds howl. Here are five tips to help you get better winter landscape photos.

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The Power of the Zoom


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The Power of the Zoom

Transform boring, wide scenes into dramatic and intimate close-ups with a telephoto lens that brings you into the photo, focusing on the fine details.

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How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos


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How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos

Intentional camera movement is taking a photograph with a longer shutter speed and purposefully moving the camera during exposure. Most photographers swear by using a tripod for this technique, but I’m here to show you that you can do it handheld just as easily.

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How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos


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How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos

Intentional camera movement is taking a photograph with a longer shutter speed and purposefully moving the camera during exposure. Most photographers swear by using a tripod for this technique, but I’m here to show you that you can do it handheld just as easily.

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How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos


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How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos

Intentional camera movement is taking a photograph with a longer shutter speed and purposefully moving the camera during exposure. Most photographers swear by using a tripod for this technique, but I’m here to show you that you can do it handheld just as easily.

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How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos


This post is by Jason Parnell-Brookes from Fstoppers


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How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos

Intentional camera movement is taking a photograph with a longer shutter speed and purposefully moving the camera during exposure. Most photographers swear by using a tripod for this technique, but I’m here to show you that you can do it handheld just as easily.

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The Joy and Escape of Landscape Photography


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The Joy and Escape of Landscape Photography

Even if you are not a landscape photographer, it can be a fantastic genre to engage in casually simply for the joy of it. If you have been feeling stressed lately, check out why you might want to grab your camera and go for a hike.

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The Joy and Escape of Landscape Photography


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The Joy and Escape of Landscape Photography

Even if you are not a landscape photographer, it can be a fantastic genre to engage in casually simply for the joy of it. If you have been feeling stressed lately, check out why you might want to grab your camera and go for a hike.

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