Landscape Category

8 Jaw-Dropping Colorado Photography Loca...

Posted on 17 July 2018

It should be no surprise that there are so many amazingly gorgeous Colorado photography locations: Colorado is spanish for colored. During spring the foothills are filled with wildflowers which then move up into the mountains for summer. There are snow-covered mountains, deserts, deep canyons and raging rivers. We take it all ...
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5 Common Mistakes in Wildlife Photograph...

Posted on 26 June 2018

Wildlife photography is a genre of photography dedicated to documenting wildlife in its natural habitat. From adorable chipmunks to ferocious tigers, wildlife photography can take many forms. It can also take many wrong turns, which can lead to poor images and frustration. As landscape photographers that not only sell prints and ...
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Star Photography Basics to Capture a Daz...

Posted on 15 March 2018

For amazing star photography, you only need three things: a full-frame camera, a tripod, and a wide-angle lens. Throw in a dash of patience and a bit of serendipity if you are trying to capture a shooting star! OK, you do not need all three things above for great star ...
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3 Majestic Winter Photography Locations...

Posted on 2 January 2018

We are half-glass-full type people, and that’s why instead of bemoan the coming of winter, we head outwards to take in the most beautiful sights we can. Below are three renowned winter photography locations. If you are looking for a guided tour, scroll to the bottom of this blog and ...
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Snow Photography: Filter, Shutter Speed,...

Posted on 1 January 2018

Snow photography can be a real challenge. Digital cameras are designed to capture light, and they can be overwhelmed by the blinding whiteness of freshly fallen snow. There’s nothing more frustrating than beholding a beautiful nature scene and finding that your pictures do not do it justice. This blog will ...
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3 Black and White Photography Questions ...

Posted on 5 December 2017

Is black and white photography an anachronism, a relic from a previous time? Is it simply an artistic preference or does it offer advantages over color photography in certain situations? No worries. We have all the answers to the black and white photography questions you were too afraid to ask. ...
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Dispatches from Ethiopia: Mek’ele ...

Posted on 27 November 2017

We recently traveled to Ethiopia is East Africa and would like to share some amazing images we captured there. We hope you enjoy! Camels are the main method of transport in the Afar region. They can carry heavy loads in hot weather for long distances on small amounts of water, all ...
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Dispatches from Ethiopia: Salt Miners of...

Posted on 20 November 2017

We recently traveled to Ethiopia is East Africa and would like to share some amazing images we captured there. We hope you enjoy! The Danakil Depression in the northern part of the Afar triangle (formed by a triple junction of 3 tectonic plates) and is often called the cruelest place on ...
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Photography Terms Beginners Should Know...

Posted on 26 September 2017

If you are just getting into photography, you need a basis off which to increase your knowledge. That starts with knowing basic photography terms. Think of photography as carpentry, and think of these photography terms as tools. To get the camera to do what you want it to do, you must ...
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Plan Your Landscape Photography Trip aro...

Posted on 31 August 2017

The world is full of so much natural phenomena, it sometimes gets hard to decide where to go next. If you are planning your next landscape photography trip, don’t overlook these surreal locations. ‘Magical’ Spotted Lake in Osoyoos, British Columbia Originally called Kliluk by the First Nations of the Okanagan Valley in ...
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