Macro Photography: Slow down to create impact & emotion

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Slowing down allowed Anne Belmont to find more interesting macro photography subjects and to capture more impactful and emotive photo.
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

5 Effective Ideas for Capturing Monochromatic Photos

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Monochromatic photos in nature encourage the viewer to notice details and textures in the image. Here is how to capture them.

Using Foreground Elements in Landscape Photography

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Foreground elements convey a sense of location - not just distant, untouchable beauty... but the feeling that you are a part of this landscape photo.

Is it fair to manipulate a landscape photo?

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Is it “fair” to manipulate a landscape photo? Does it make a difference if the manipulation happens in-camera or in Photoshop?

Being Creative with your Wildlife Photography

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Being creative with your wildlife photography can result in some unique photos. Gaurav Mittal is here to get you started.

How to Develop Your Personal Photographic Style

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Developing a unique photographic style is a goal of every photographer - Here is how to do it.

How to Refine Your Composition in the Field

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Professional nature photographer Sarah Marino shares some simple tips for refining your photography compositions while in the field.

Composition Lessons for Photographing Birds

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Are you photographing birds on your next trip? Here are few easy to follow composition lessons from Denise Ippolito.

How Moonlight Effects Night Photos

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Pro photographer Grant Collier shows us how to use moonlight to create breathtaking night photos.

Creative Ideas for Photographing Mountains

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Joshua shares his unique and creative approach for photographing mountains that will help you build a diverse portfolio.

Capture Stunning Photos using Selective Focus

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Anne Belmont tells us why she loves using selective focus for close-up and macro photography.

3 Highly Effective Exercises for Creative Photography

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Take your creative photography to the next level by practicing these effective exercises from Christine Hauber