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Easy to digest and apply tips for the landscape photographer.
Secrets to Making Centre Compositions Work Dec 07, 2021

Composition is one of my favourite topics for discussion in landscape photography, but the power of this important concept can be overlooked by both beginner and advanced photographers alike. 

When I was new to landscape photography, my excitement about this genre and perhaps even a...

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Holiday Gift Guide for the Landscape Photographer! Nov 30, 2021

The holiday season has arrived, and everyone is searching for that perfect gift! Photographers are always fun to buy for because, yes, we love expensive bodies and glass, and these types of gifts will make us scream with glee, but we're also just as content to receive little gadgets, techy...

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How to Discover Hidden Elements in a Landscape Setting that can Help Create Stronger Photos Nov 23, 2021

When I was newer to landscape photography, I'd arrive at a pretty landscape scene, plop down my tripod and begin capturing images, rarely moving from that spot or thinking about the potential for alternative viewpoints within a location. Perhaps I got caught up in the excitement of the beauty...

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Capture a Stunning Aurora Borealis Show with these Tips Nov 16, 2021

Recently there's been a bit of hype around the Aurora Borealis. The Aurora Borealis is a naturally occurring phenomenon seen in the northern hemisphere night sky. It results from the collision of electrically charged particles ejected from the sun as they enter into and collide with gasses...

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Camera Exposure Mode Matters-Especially During the Winter Months Nov 09, 2021

Winter is filled with countless peaceful scenes. All of that fresh falling snow quiets the once-bustling growth of spring and summer and hides the vibrancy of fall with her soft white blanket. The peacefulness within these scenes is both calming and stunning.

During one of my most...

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The Dilemma of Shutter Speed During the Winter Months Nov 02, 2021

The first significant snowfall has arrived here in the Canadian Rockies, and the mountains look like beauties with that fresh dusting of snow. I'm certainly looking forward to winter landscape photography as there's no season more diverse than winter. Conditions change daily, and nature...

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