Digital Photo Mentor

Jay Patel on Digital Photo Mentor

In this interview I talk about my biggest photography failure and what I would have done differently if I had to do it all over again.
Blinded by Light

Blinded by the Light

Take advantage of directional light to create vibrant colors in certain parts of your images.
Maroon Bells, Snowmass Wilderness, Colorado (CO), USA

How to Get a Great Landscape Photo: Part 2

So now you feel you’ve mastered your technical skills.… but the technical skills are only half of the landscape photography story.
Maremeyer Falls, Olympic National Park, Washington (WA), USA

How to Get a Great Landscape Photo: Part 1

Both a mastery of technical skills AND a creative/fine-tuned workflow are necessary to capture breath-taking photographs.
Single Color Images

VW17 – Single Color Images Critique

Single Color Images aren't easy to create, but community members came up with some really creative results using a variety of lenses.
Point Lobos State Park - California, USA

What Sells: BIG Canvas Prints

Would you be surprised if I told you that giclée canvas prints are some of our biggest sellers?
Put a Spin on your colors

Put a Spin on your Colors

Circular polarizer filters are a great tool for reducing glare and bringing out rich colors on wet surfaces.

VW16 - Photographing Patagonia

Clint Burkinshaw joins us once again for Visual Wilderness Episode 16, in which he shares the experience of backpacking in Patagonia.
VW Yuotube Channel

Visual Wilderness YouTube Channel

We've had a whole lot of interest in our video tips, critiques, and courses... and we're doing our best to keep up with the demand.
Mumbacho Volcano, Nicaragua

Without Post-processing Wizardry

If you spend time on Social Media It’s easy to believe that you have to be a wizard at post-processing to capture a great shot.
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Macro Photography on Ice

Macro shots are a heck of a lot easier with the help of a tripod and a good ball head.
Mt. Cook, New Zealand

Ten Feet and a World Apart

Varina & Jay show you how to create completely different photograph from the same location while standing 10 feet apart.