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Fundamental Landscape Photography Tips

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Fundamental Landscape Photography Tips

 photo by gehringj via iStock  From what I’ve come across, landscape photographers are always more than welcome to share their knowledge (more so than other photographers), and because of this, landscape photography should be easy to conquer. Landscape photography tips for beginners, the nitty, gritty specific ones you read last night at 2 a.m., make the trade a lot more difficult to grasp. So, I tried to compile tips for landscape photography that are overarching.  And hopefully it will make landscape photography a little more attainable, even without professional landscape photography gear.  Take Your Time  photo by RichLegg via iStock  “There are no secrets...

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How to Use a Circular Polarizer

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How to Use a Circular Polarizer

Photo by William Bayreuther on Unsplash Circular polarizers are oftentimes confusing because with the advent of editing software, it seems like they’re a waste of time. Why not just use Photoshop to create the same effects?  Well, it’s impossible to replicate the effects of a circular polarizer in post-production. Plus, you can get a good circular polarizer on the cheap.  Besides, using a polarizer is a quick and simple process, and if you ask me, I’d rather spend more time actually out in a beautiful landscape with my polarizer than hunched over my computer in my office trying to Photoshop my way through...

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Landscape Photography Techniques You Need to Try

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Landscape Photography Techniques You Need to Try

photo by HaizhanZheng via iStock  Landscape photography tips are redundant. Shoot with the horizon straight and shoot during golden hour aren’t really specific tips to landscape photography and they definitely don’t make you a better landscape photographer. In order to truly improve your landscape photography, you need to learn how to think differently than your competitors. What landscape photography comes down to is being comfortable in life’s most uncomfortable circumstances. So, if you’re ready to bring home shots that will make your friends jealous, here is PhotographyTalk’s list of real landscape photography tips.  Table of Contents Landscape Photography Technique #1: You Left...

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How to Master Your Wide-Angle Lens

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How to Master Your Wide-Angle Lens

Photo by William Thomas on Unsplash If you’re a landscape photographer, then your least and most favorite photography accessory is probably your wide-angle lens. Why, you ask? Wide-angle lenses are phenomenal at bringing the viewer into a picture and creating epic stories. But all of the strengths of a wide-angle lens are also all of its weaknesses - distortion and vignetting among them. If you have found yourself frantically searching “how to use a wide-angle lens” in the middle of a far-flung photoshoot, then this article is probably for you! Understanding What a Wide-Angle Lens Really Does The basic point of a wide-angle...

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Landscape Photography: 5 Underrated Ways to Improve Your Photos

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Landscape Photography: 5 Underrated Ways to Improve Your Photos

Photo by Yuriy Garnaev on Unsplash Landscape photography, like any other type of photography, is one that requires us to continually learn and grow behind the lens. There is always something to learn, new techniques to try, and unique ways to improve our photos. There are a zillion landscape photography tips out there, but rather than rehash the same old ones about using leading lines and the rule of thirds, let’s discuss five underrated ways to improve your landscape photography.  Landscape Photography Tip: Use Filters photo by anyaberkut via iStock   While we have very powerful post-processing tools at our disposal that can help correct a myriad of problems...

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