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606, 2016

Tasmanian Wilderness Photo Safari (4 Days)

By | June 6th, 2016|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

August 19th – August 22nd, 2016 Hunt and catch the bright and unique colours of Tasmania in a Wilderness Photo Safari. If you often find yourself busy and lost in the hustle and bustle of life and if it has been a while since you experienced the wonders that Mother Nature has to offer, it could be [...]

1702, 2016

4 Signs You’re Ready to Pursue Professional Photography Full Time

By | February 17th, 2016|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

If you’re like most would-be professional photographers, you first started pursuing your passion as a part-time hobbyist. Then things got a little more serious. You started showing your work at galleries, selling prints of your best shots, and even freelancing when it comes to what you do. Now the d [...]

2711, 2015

5 Tips for Getting Your Photography Noticed

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

Plenty of photographers – landscape photographers included – do what they do solely for the sheer joy of it. They love being out in nature and thrive on the challenge of capturing the perfect shots. They’re also content to simply keep their photography to themselves or perhaps share it only with a f [...]

811, 2015

3 Tips for Using Social Media to Promote Your Landscape Photography

By | November 8th, 2015|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

Here in the digital age, social media is a lot more than just a way we keep in touch with our friends and family. It’s become an important part of how people build brands and generate interest in the work they do as well. This is just as much the case for landscape photographers as it is anyone else [...]

111, 2015

3 Terrible Reasons to Get into Landscape Photography

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

Here in a day and age that finds everyone equipped with a Smart Phone or a digital camera at all times, more or less everyone considers themselves to be a photographer in some way, shape, or form. Some of what people are producing is excellent and some of it not so much. We’re most certainly exposed [...]

2610, 2015

Don’t Just Take Pictures, Make Pictures

By | October 26th, 2015|Categories: Blog Post|0 Comments

Before a person becomes a photographer, they may think of photographs a certain way. It’s tempting to see them as simple records of something that existed or happened – an event, maybe, or even just the way the ocean looked on a particular day. It’s even more tempting to think that there’s not much [...]

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