A lot of us struggle to find great landscape photography locations, and it can be frustrating trying to find opportunities, particularly during this time, when travel is very limited. If that is something you struggle with, this great video will show you how you can find better locations for shoots.
Composition is by far one of the trickiest parts of creating a successful landscape image — full of nuance and competing elements that must work in harmony. This fantastic video discusses one of the most difficult composition problems in landscape photography and how you can address it to create better, more compelling images.
One of the most useful and common creative tools a photographer can have in their bag is a neutral density (ND) filter. ND filters come in a variety of different strengths that can have diverse effects on your photos, and this great video will show you how the various options will change your images.
If you struggle with getting sharp photos, this is for you, and even if you are experienced, there might be a tip or two to pick up.
Our friends over at GuruShots, “The World’s Greatest Photo Game,” recently offered a challenge where particpants submitted their best images “Lit by Twilight.” There were thousands of entries and 39.4 million votes throughout the contest but the top winners have been chose. See who won as well as the 100 top rated images below.
One of the best parts of photography is the chance to experience numerous epic locations and use your skills to document them in all their majesty. This excellent video features a photographer discussing three of his dream locations and why he loves them so much.
When you think of landscape photography, you probably think of vibrant, colorful images that pop off the screen, but there is an entire world of black and white photography that can be just as powerful and that is well worth exploring. This fantastic video will show you how to create dramatic, eye-catching black and white landscape images that have a powerful impact.
There surely is nothing worse than coming home from a shoot and seeing you have missed focus or you have parts of your photo out of focus when you intended for it to be in focus.
Watching how others work is one way to improve. Watching how extremely successful people work is an even faster, better way to improve. In this video, watch how a very popular photographer edits images sent to him.