The PhotograpHER's Notebook

 


 

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

My Favourite Landscape Photography Filter Oct 12, 2021

I'm a strong crusader for the creation of solid straight-out-of-camera photographs. In my online landscape photography workshops, Manual Mode for the Landscape Photographer and The Art in Landscape Photography, I teach how the landscape photographer can capture the best images possible in-camera....

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The Simple Action that will help a Photographer Capture Sunrise with Success Oct 05, 2021

Are you one of those people that cheerfully wakes at the crack of dawn? Do you rise from bed with a spring in your step, humming away to your favourite tune, feeling refreshed from your restful night's slumber while happily dialling in your coffee machine settings for that perfect brew to start...

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Get Creative this Fall Season Sep 28, 2021

I'll be the first to admit it. I have a big, bold love for landscape photography techniques. Sharp, crisp images captured in beautiful light with well-executed landscape photography techniques will always give me warm fuzzy feelings. So you can bet that this fall, I'll be out capturing a ton of...

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Endure the Bad Weather for Fantastic Fall Photographs Sep 21, 2021

The fall season in the mountains is a wild weather ride. One moment you'll be peeling off the layers enjoying the warmth of the beaming sun, and the next, you'll be running from pelting raindrops or caught in a snow flurry. Dramatic weather is often around every corner.

But laugh it off, my...

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Why You Should Photograph Fall During Daylight Hours Sep 14, 2021

Let's have a quick chat about colour theory, shall we? Now colour theory is a topic that can be discussed at length, but in its simplest explanation, it tells us that certain pairings of colours create pleasing visual scenes. Due to the explosion of colours during the fall season, I think...

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Observing the Quieter Side of Fall Sep 07, 2021

I can't help but wonder if fall will come early to the Canadian Rockies this year. Our hot and dry summer has fatigued foliage, and I can already see signs of fall popping up! Unfortunately, fall is always short-lived here in Alberta and usually only lasts a couple of weeks. Storms tend to...

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