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Guest Photographers

Articles by acclaimed landscape photographers to help you take your photography to the next level.

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Essential Macro Photography Equipment for Beginners

Guest photographer Peter Dam gives excellent advice to beginners for purchasing the right macro photography equipment.
May 24, 2021/by Infocus Guest Author
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Top 5 Mountain Photography Composition Tips to Memorize

Colorado based photographer Sanders Park shares indispensable mountain photography composition tips to capture jaw-dropping photos.
April 26, 2021/by Infocus Guest Author
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An In-Depth Camera Lens Buying Guide for Wildlife Photography

Pro photographers Karin De Winter and Jo Van Rossem share their insights on how to choose the right camera lens for wildlife photography.
January 21, 2021/by Infocus Guest Author
Landscape photography at Black Sand Basin, Yellowstone National Park Wyoming by Jay Patel

How to Evoke Emotion with Landscape Photography

Ability to evoke emotion in landscape photography is very much about seeing into the soul of a place. Here is how Peter Dulis goes about doing it.
December 3, 2020/by Infocus Guest Author
Fall Foliage Photography from Mt. Rainier National Park, Washington by Kevin McNeal

Photographing Fall Foliage in Mount Rainier National Park

Pro landscape photographer Kevin McNeal tells us why Mount Rainier makes a perfect place for photographing fall foliage.
October 1, 2020/by Kevin McNeal
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Travel Photography Equipment Guide for Beginners

Having had the privilege to try out numerous travel photography equipment, Peter Dulis offers some guidance for the beginners get the right gear.
September 4, 2020/by Infocus Guest Author
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A Beginners Guide for Creating Fine Art Prints

Do you want to create high quality fine art prints from your landscape photography? Here are some in depth tips from Peter Dulis.
March 6, 2020/by Infocus Guest Author
Wildlife photography blog cover photo by Karin De Winter and Jo Van Rossem

5 Essential Tips for Wildlife Photographers

Acclaimed wildlife photographers Jo Van Rossem & Karin De Winter share some of their insights to capture outstanding photos from around the world.
December 20, 2019/by Infocus Guest Author
Black and White Landscape Photography by Jack Curran

Tips and Techniques for Black & White Landscape Photography

Here are a few tips and techniques from pro photographer Jack Curran that will help you get started with black & white landscape photography.
November 15, 2019/by Jack Curran
Cover photo for travel photography article about visiting Indonesia’s Kawah Ijen by Jessy Eykendorp

Travel Photography at acidic Ijen Crater in Indonesia

Bali based outdoor photographer Jessey Eykendorp share dos and don't of travel photography when visiting the breathtaking Ijen Crater Lake in Indonesia.
September 13, 2019/by Infocus Guest Author
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National Parks Photography Tips by QT Loung

Pro Photographer QT Luong share's his vision for National Parks Photography and how he goes about capturing breath taking photos.
July 24, 2019/by Infocus Guest Author
Cover photo by Jay Patel for Black and White Landscape Photography blog article.

Why Use Black and White Photography for Sand Dunes?

Robert Strain show us why the textures, patterns and the tonal range of the sand dunes found in American southwest are ideal for Black & White Photography.
June 26, 2019/by Infocus Guest Author
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