Category: Landscape Photography
When you go out to shoot some great photos, what is going through your mind ? Are you thoroughly prepared for a shoot with a detailed plan, or are you just winging it ? Here is my 4 step process that might help you get better control over your outdoor photo shoot.
Mario Romulić & Dražen Stojčić have created this inspirational video titled “Timelapse Croatia” out of 150.000 photos. Check out what it looks like.
Depth of field preview function on your camera is a very useful button typically overlooked by an average photographer. In a hands of an expert, it can be a big help towards shooting better photos.
Landscape photography guide to sunsets
Do you ever feel that you have exhausted most of the landscape shot opportunities at your current location ? Here is a word of advice: Take a train ride. You will be surprised with the wealth of potential landscape photography opportunities that will present themselves.
One of the most important rules in landscape photography is foreground interest. Having an object in the foreground leads the eye into the shot and provides a sense of depth. Check out our photography tips about foreground interest
Rule of thirds is probably one of the most important and most well-known rule of composition in photography. It is repeated in almost every guide to photography, photography tips section in photo magazines and is an integral part of every photography course. So, what is this rule, and why is it so important ?
Landscapes are one of our favorite photography subjects. But, how to make a landscape photo stand out above the pack and not merely be a snapshot ?
Straight horizon is one of the most important parts that can make or break an image. While you will not notice if it is perfectly level, you will notice if it is not. Check out why is it important to have horizon level in this week’s tip