So now you feel you’ve mastered your technical skills.… but the technical skills are only half of the landscape photography story.
Both a mastery of technical skills AND a creative/fine-tuned workflow are necessary to capture breath-taking photographs.
The foreground of my sunset photos turns out completely black. What am I doing wrong?
There are various reasons why you might have problems getting sharp focus in your photos. Here are some tips for solving the problem.
Sometimes, the weather doesn't cooperate when we're on location.…
Tapping into shared experiences can help you create impact in your composition.
What do you wear in cold or snowy weather when you know you’ll be spending part of the time standing in cold water?
Learning to critique photographs effectively is critically important to becoming a better photographer.
There's nothing better than having someone to travel with - especially if that person is also your best friend. It's always fascinating to compare our photos from a trip.
I'll be honest with you... I actually thought the RAW versus JPG debate was over. But apparently, it's not.
Do you believe that some locations have been photographed so often that there's no way to get a unique photo? I don't believe that.
When I speak publicly, I get a lot of questions about how much work I do in post, and how - exactly - I produce a finished image.