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Top 10 Gifts for Photographers Under $150 - 2019 Edition

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Top 10 Gifts for Photographers Under $150 - 2019 Edition

  photo by GMVozd via iStock With the holidays getting closer - and Black Friday closer still - it’s necessary to start thinking about what gifts you’ll bestow on the photographers in your life. With a budget of $150, there are a lot of options that will make a photographer’s eyes light up this holiday season. Below, we’ve outlined ten of the best gifts for photographers under $150. From canvas prints to lens filters to video microphones, there’s something for everyone! Gifts for Photographers Under $150: CanvasHQ Print If you’re like me, sometimes finding the perfect gift for certain loved ones is...

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Want Better Landscape Photos? Invest in Neutral Density Filters

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Want Better Landscape Photos? Invest in Neutral Density Filters

I’ve always loved photographing landscapes, but it wasn’t until well into my photography hobby that I finally picked up some neutral density filters. I was concerned that they would be hard to use - after all, I’d have to do math to determine the appropriate shutter speed for the filter I was using. And since I don’t understand math, I just went without ND filters. But, eventually, I put my big boy pants on and started using ND filters and haven’t looked back. Let’s explore some of the ways that an ND filter can benefit your landscape photos. How to...

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Basic Landscape Photography Composition Tips

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Basic Landscape Photography Composition Tips

Photo by 🧔 Michal Kmeť on Unsplash It took me quite a few years as a beginner photographer to understand the importance of landscape photography composition tips. I made a ton of mistakes as a beginning landscape photographer: I tried to cram too much into each photo, I relied too heavily on the “perfect” lighting, and I didn’t understand how to compose a landscape photo at all. Then I decided to get serious about improving my compositions, and the following tips helped me achieve that goal. Table of Contents Landscape Photography Composition Tips: Use Your Foreground to Your Advantage Landscape Photography Composition Tips:...

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Simple Landscape Photography Tips With Tons of Impact

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Simple Landscape Photography Tips With Tons of Impact

Photo by Ken Cheung on Unsplash I’m always adding bullet points to my landscape photography tips list because it’s one of the most beautiful forms of photography, and there’s always so much to learn. I learned how to photograph landscapes for the first time from my grandfather, and I’ve found that landscape photography is often a generational photography niche. In an attempt to continue this trend, here are five easy landscape photography tips that will help you elevate the quality of your photos.  Table of Contents Try Aerial Photography Don’t Be Afraid of the Stars Snap Incredible Dusk Pictures Right After Golden Hour...

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The Best Travel Photography Lens

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The Best Travel Photography Lens

photo by DieterMeyrl via iStock When you’re traveling, the last thing you want to do is take all of your camera gear. Aside from the obvious benefits of not having to carry around a ton of stuff, airlines have made it maddeningly difficult (and expensive) to get your stuff from one place to the next. So, if you could only take one lens with you on the trip of a lifetime, what would it be?  For me, and many other photographers, for that matter, it would be the 24-70mm f/2.8. Let’s explore just a few benefits of this best travel photography lens....

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