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Landscape photography is the type of thing in which there is always something new to learn, a new technique to try, or a new creative approach with which to experiment. If you are new to the genre and…
One of the biggest mistakes in landscape photography is to think that the best light appears just around sunset or sunrise. You could get the best light you have ever seen in your life straight around…
A polarizer is an essential filter to have in your kitbag for landscape photographer as it reduces glare and adds extra punch. This is how to use one properly
Composition is one of the trickiest parts of landscape photography, particularly since unlike most other genres, you do not get control over the elements in the frame. If you are having a bit of…
Landscape photographer explains how she created this long-exposure waterfall image with her Sony Alpha 7R IV & Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 GM lens.
Reflections in your landscape foreground always give a satisfying viewing experience because of the depth and symmetry that they create. Here are some steps that can help you achieve a more refined…
Seven years ago, I have stopped using photography rules, which massively improved my photography. But there is one rule that makes the difference between an average shot and a masterpiece. And it is…
Lukas Kogler shares tips on how to take great landscape photos, from a life spent growing up in the mountains
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How to master dreamlike landscape photography.
How Erin Babnik's background in art history informs and inspires her approach to composition in landscape photography.
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