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The ONLY reason to change your ISO in Photography

Josh Cripps explains why landscape photographers should firmly plant their ISO in photography at its lowest possible base setting except for this reason.
March 9, 2020/by Joshua Cripps
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What can Telephoto Lenses do for Landscape Photographers

While most landscape photographers are glued to their wide angle lenses, Josh Cripps explains why he loves to use telephoto lenses.
December 30, 2019/by Joshua Cripps
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Autofocus & Manual Focus Setting for Nature Photography

Pro photographer Josh Cripps shares his favorite autofocus & manual focus settings...and why and how he uses them for nature photography.
June 13, 2019/by Joshua Cripps
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The Single Best Investment for Landscape Photography

Joshua Cripps tells us about why it's more important to invest in experiences, not equipment will do wonders for your landscape photography portfolio.
January 22, 2019/by Joshua Cripps
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Multiple Camera Exposure – Fun, Creative Techniques to Try

Joshua Cripps shares some fun and creative things nature photographers can experiment with using multiple in-camera exposure.
September 24, 2018/by Joshua Cripps

Why Magic Hour is Overrated

Josh Cripps wants to break the shackles of magic hour and show us that wonderful photographs can be taken around the clock.
May 21, 2018/by Joshua Cripps

Creative Ideas for Photographing Mountains

Joshua shares his unique and creative approach for photographing mountains that will help you build a diverse portfolio.
April 16, 2018/by Joshua Cripps
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When Depth of Field is Not Enough

Josh Cripps shares 4 simple but effective techniques to around the problem of not enough depth of field in our landscape photos.
November 6, 2017/by Joshua Cripps

Photographing Reflections: More Than Meets the Eye

Photographing reflections often creates images that look "Photo-shopped" or "Fake". Here is why.
January 23, 2017/by Joshua Cripps

Go DARK to create fantastic moody photos

Josh Cripps shows you how to use tone curve adjustments to create fantastic moody photos from your ordinary landscape images.
October 31, 2016/by Joshua Cripps

Color Cast: Seek and Destroy

Josh Cripps gives us an excellent tutorials on how to remove color cast from your images to create natural looking masterpieces.
May 2, 2016/by Joshua Cripps

Why Expectations Are Killing Your Creativity

Are you missing out on incredible photos because your expectations have given you tunnel vision? Here is what Josh has to say on the subject of creativity.
February 17, 2016/by Joshua Cripps
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Joshua Cripps started making remarkable photos while he was still in the womb. His first significant image, titled Sonogram, was praised for its graininess, deliberate blurring of details, and gritty black and white mood. Earning two thumbs up from his parents, this photo only hinted at things to come. Since then Josh has won countless awards and accolades, including more than one “Certificate of Participation,” dozens of “Good Sportsmanship” plaques, and the coveted “Busy Bookworm” award. His mantel long ago collapsed under the weight of gold-painted, plastic trophies.

Currently Josh spends over 700 days every year in the field seeking out the finest landscapes on earth. He has a mighty beard and sings in a rich baritone. Hiking at least 45 miles to capture every photo, Josh ensures that every image he crafts represents the very heart of the wilderness. While you were reading this Joshua Cripps did 93 push-ups, won more awards, and became internationally re-renowned.

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