The PhotograpHER's Notebook

 


 

Learning articles filled with actionable tips and techniques that can help you become the landscape photographer you want to be.

Outdoor Composition: 3 Techniques (Part 1 of 2) May 14, 2019

Despite a couple of weather hiccups this spring, involving snowstorms, we are slowly warming up, and I know that many of you are well into summer-like weather. With spring blooms on the horizon, where I live, we are venturing outside a lot more often. Heading back outdoors has rejuvenated my...

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4 Landscape Photography Lessons that have made me a better Mom Photographer Apr 23, 2019

I have the fortune of living a short distance from the Canadian Rocky Mountains, and I have loved these mountain ranges since I was a little girl. As a child, I remember my sisters and I impatiently waiting for our father to arrive home from work. At the same time, our mother hurried around...

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Break the Rules and allow Creativity to Flow Mar 12, 2019

One of the things I quickly realized when I was a new photographer is that there are many rules in photography. Do this, do that, don’t do this, don’t do that. Gah! It can be overwhelming, right? Rules are essential, though, and they help you create stronger images and messages within...

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4 Ideas for Valentine's Day Themed Images Feb 12, 2019

Valentine's Day is a couple of days away, and I always enjoy being creative when it comes to themed images. There are a ton of creative ideas out there that can be incorporated into Valentine’s Day images, but I do have a few favourites!

1. The Paper Heart Project

The Paper Heart Project...

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8 Mistakes I Made as a New Photographer Feb 05, 2019

When I first began my photography journey, I made a lot of mistakes. It's those mistakes, though, that have helped me develop into the photographer that I am today. I believe that a person can learn a lot by making mistakes. I also think that mistakes can be avoided by listening to others who...

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The Dreaded Winter Rut: Tips to help you stay Inspired Jan 29, 2019

January can be tough. The nights are long, and the days are short. It’s often frigid up here in the Northern Hemisphere, especially where I live, and we are sometimes stuck inside with cabin fever. By this time of year, we’ve already had a couple of months of winter and with a few...

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