Jane Palmer show us how histograms in photography can be used to determine if an landscape photos needs exposure bracketing for HDR Photography.
Ugo Cei makes a compelling arguments why Nature Photographers should take lots of photos at all times of day.
Since the start of the digital era, camera makers have been in a race for the highest megapixel count. But, how many megapixels are enough?
Is it better to use Graduated Neutral Density Filters in the field, or high dynamic range (HDR) processing in Photoshop for nature photos?
Understanding and analyzing your own personal photographic style is important for developing and improving your skills.
Lace Andersen provides some tips in determining which scenes and subjects may work well for black and white nature 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.
“I just bought the latest and greatest camera! Now I'll take much better pictures!” – Will a camera upgrade help you take better photos?
Beginners should master both technical skills AND a creative/fine-tuned workflow to gets started with landscape photography.
Mark Denney shares his thoughts when he begins to ponder whether or not now is the time to make a new camera purchase.
We will often stage a scene by placing an object (a leaf or a rock) in a particular spot. What do other nature photographers think about this?
According to Ugo Cei capturing awesome travel photos require sacrifice, prowess, and the ability to balance different aspects of your life.