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Emotional Impact of Color in Landscape Photography - Part 1

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Charlotte Gibb takes an in-depth look at how to use primary colors in landscape photography to create an emotional impact.

When to fall back to Black and White photography?

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Here are some basic guidelines by pro photographer Christine Hauber on when to fall back to black and white photography.

How to Capture Great Photos at All Times of Day

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Ugo Cei gives some easy to follow guidance on how to come away with great photos in any light conditions.

Photographing at Namibia's Kolmanskop

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Denise Ippolito shows how to be creative while visiting a popular photography location - Namibia's Kolmanskop.

Landscape Photography Workflow: Sea Urchin

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Landscape photography workflow often requires an out-of-the-box thinking especially when shooting challenging subject like sea urchins.

Photographing Pounding Surf

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Pro Photograph Nick Selway shows you how to create stunning abstract by photographing pounding surf on a beach.

Getting Started with Narrow Depth of Field Photography

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Learn how to get started with narrow depth of field photography, a technique to take your photos of subjects in nature into a new realm of creativity.

Iconic Locations: Why do you keep going back?

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Do you believe that some iconic locations have been photographed so often that there's no way to get a unique photo? I don't think so!

How to photograph during windy conditions

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Do you put your camera away when it gets windy? Or do you pull it out and let the wind paint a picture for you?

Five Ideas for Creating Impact

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Here are few idea that pro photographer Jay Patel uses for creating impact with his landscape photograph.

6 Steps to Making More Creative Landscape Photographs

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Charlotte Gibb gives you some awesome ideas to start capturing creative landscape photographs.
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Composition Tips for Wildlife Photography – Part III

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Wildlife photographer Gaurav Mittal gives composition tips to create impact with your wildlife photos. - Part III