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3008, 2015

Landscape Photography in the Mountains: 4 Tips for Nailing Your Next Favorite Shot

By |August 30th, 2015|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

It’s not hard to see why so many landscape photographers dream of an opportunity to spend some time in the mountains. After all, the very sight of snow-capped mountain peaks is synonymous with concepts like tranquility, majesty, and awe. It’s only natural to want to add your own take on such a wonde […]

2208, 2015

Shooting the Weather: What You Need to Know to Get an Amazing Shot

By |August 22nd, 2015|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

Once you get hooked on landscape photography, it’s only a matter of time before you start wondering what it would be like to score one of those amazing weather shots everyone goes gaga for. Whether you long to capture a lightning strike in its full glory or secretly dream of an image that really con […]

1608, 2015

Is It Really Possible to Make Money as a Professional Landscape Photographer?

By |August 16th, 2015|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

You hear it all the time when it comes to career advice: “Follow your bliss and do what you love.” However, that’s naturally easier said than done, especially if what really gets your blood flowing is something creative like making music, painting portraits, or – of course – taking landscape photos. […]

1108, 2015

Emotion in Landscape Photography: Make Your Shots Come Alive with the Power of Feeling

By |August 11th, 2015|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

We’re all familiar with the impact emotion can add to a given work of creative art, right? You know a book or movie is truly excellent when it can move you to tears or make you jump for joy. You realize a painting is powerful when you get the impression the subject could almost reach right out and t […]

108, 2015

Jump Starting Your Creativity: 3 Ways to Motivate Your Way Out of a Photography Rut

By |August 1st, 2015|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

It happens to even the best, most prolific artists sooner or later – the infamous rut. If you’ve experienced it before, you know the feeling well. You start feeling like every shot you produce looks the same. You certainly can’t remember the last time you had a completely new idea that had you runni […]

2707, 2015

4 Mistakes Every Landscape Photographer Makes (and How to Fix Them)

By |July 27th, 2015|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

Landscapes are without a doubt one of the most popular subjects under the sun when it comes to photography and it’s not hard to see why. Saying that Mother Nature is positively spectacular is the understatement of the century. Whether you’re into seascapes or ancient forests, sweeping deserts or bus […]

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