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Switching to Canon’s Mirrorless for Better Adventure Photography

Switching to Canon's Mirrorless for Better Adventure Photography

Adventure photography has taken its place as a component of the broader commercial market. Characterized by stunning, hard-to-reach locations and demanding conditions, gear can be critical to getting the shot. These days, mirrorless’ features make it the format of choice.

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A Reason to Combine Gradient Neutral Density Filters and Bracketing in Landscape Photography

A Reason to Combine Gradient Neutral Density Filters and Bracketing in Landscape Photography

When the dynamic range of a scenery is very large, it might be necessary to use some kind of trick in order to keep it inside the histogram. At least, if you want to prevent pure white or black in the picture. Some use filters, others use bracketing. But why not use both?

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Want to Try Landscape Photography? Here’s What You Need to Know

Want to Try Landscape Photography? Here's What You Need to Know

Landscape photography can be an incredibly rewarding genre for professionals and hobbyists alike, but just like any other genre, it has its own considerations, techniques, and gear you should know about. If you are ready to get started in landscape photography, this fantastic video will get you up and running in no time.

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Exploration Is Key to Making Unique Landscape Photos

Exploration Is Key to Making Unique Landscape Photos

Contemporary landscape photography is dominated by the same 20-50 locations. We have all seen specific locations being reproduced and reinterpreted repeatedly, and only a few stand out from the crowd. The key to making unique landscape photos is very simple: find something new to photograph.

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7 Tips for Capturing Great Images of the Moon

7 Tips for Capturing Great Images of the Moon

The moon is an easily looked over subject for landscape and astrophotography. For beginners it can be surprisingly difficult to capture well, and for veterans of photography it can be difficult to get it to align with all the elements of your frame. Here are seven great tips for capturing the moon more effectively.

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5 Different Ways to Choose Where to Focus a Landscape Photo

5 Different Ways to Choose Where to Focus a Landscape Photo

Choosing where to focus in a landscape photo can be a tricky thing, with photographers often resorting to techniques like using the hyperfocal distance or focus stacking. If that is something you struggle with, this excellent video will show you five different ways to choose where to focus in a landscape image.

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How to Create Interesting Black and White Landscape Photos Using Lightroom

How to Create Interesting Black and White Landscape Photos Using Lightroom

When you think of landscape photography, you likely think of vividly colorful images. However, there is an entirely different world of black and white landscapes that can be just as entrancing in their own way, and this great video will show you how you can create them using Lightroom.

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Why I Still Do Not Like the Rule of Thirds

Why I Still Do Not Like the Rule of Thirds

The rule of thirds is often considered the first and most basic compositional rule to learn. However, I strongly disagree with this, as following this rule might end up both destroying your compositions and contaminating your thinking for years to come.

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Critique the Community Wide Angle Photos

Wide Angle Photos

Submit Your Best Wide Angle Photo

For this next contest/critique, we want to see your best wide-angle photos. There is some debate as to what exactly “wide-angle” entails, but for the sake of this critique, we want to see images taken with a wider field of view than 23mm on a 35mm full-frame camera. It’s also extremely common to see wide-angle images taken of landscapes but we want to see perspective warping in your submissions. This means that at least one element of your shot needs to be fairly close to the camera.

Each photographer is allowed to submit up to three photos and the highest-rated, and one randomly…

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