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A Different Kind of Landscape Photography

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Every now and then, I feel less inspired and need to force myself to look around for photo subjects. Sometimes I simply can’t find the proper interpretation for a scene.
Bahia Honda Blues - Jay Patel

Introducing InFocus Magazine

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Our goal is to help improve your photography skills by providing highly focused coverage on all aspects of landscape photography.
Long Exposure B/W Image by Athena Carey

Athena Carey: B/W Long Exposure Images

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Athena Carey shares some photo tips with Visual Wilderness Readers on creating stunning Long Exposure B/W photos.
Leading Lines in Landscape Photography

Leading Lines with Man made objects

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Jay offers a few words of advice on using leading lines in your photos.
Leigh Diprose Thailand

See The World Through Your Own Eyes

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Photographers need to remember to stay true to their vision no matter what your critics say.
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Lens Comparison by Paul Marcellini

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Paul Marcellini demonstrates how he uses different lens impacts negative space around the subject.
Big Island, Hawaii (HI), USA

Pay Attention to Negative Space

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Learn to focus on your subject and avoid the distractions caused by negative space.
Crashing Waves - Black and White

Photographing during High Surf Advisories

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High surfs can generate sizable waves and dramatic sea conditions, particularly if they crash against the cliff walls.
Bouncing the Light for Macro Photography

Bouncing the Light for Macro Photography

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In this short video, Varina Patel gives a quick tip about how she handles light on her subject using a simple reflector.
Inspirational Stories & Interviews

Erta Ale, The Gateway To Hell

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“The gateway to hell” locals call it. One of the world’s most bizarre, dangerous, rare and impressive sights this planet has to offer. A magma pit bubbling straight from the Earth’s core, located deep in the Afar Depression, northern Ethiopia.
Lake Wanka, New Zealand

Pull it Together with a Long Lens

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A long lens will make distant mountains seem more important - and a crop factor camera gives you a little something extra.