Icebergs at the beach - Jökulsárlón, Iceland

Iconic Locations: Why do you keep going back?

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!
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4 Reasons to use your Camera's Liveview

Peter Coskun offers compelling reasons why you should be using your camera's liveview when taking landscape photos.
Death Valley, California

Creating Impact with Tonal Contrast

Here is how Jay uses tonal contrast found in nature to capture some of the most breathtaking photos that create impact with your viewers.
Dry Tortugas, Florida

Light and Colors 101

Capturing photos in with vibrant colors starts in with using the light to your advantage. Here are few tips from Jay Patel to get your started.

Soft/Sharp - In-camera Multiple Exposure Technique

Denis Ippolitto show you how to create some very artistic effects using in-camera multiple exposure technique.
Create Shade - In this image I blocked the light from hitting the composition. What resulted were vibrant colors.

Creative Photography to overcome Midday Blues - Part 1

Can creative photography help capture some compelling images during those dreaded midday? Yep...and here his how you go about doing it.
Geysir, Iceland

What camera gear to get for $5000?

Jay tries to answer one of the most frequently asked questions: What camera gear should I get for Landscape Photography?
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How to Photograph a Moonbow - Part 2

Hawaii based pro photograph CJ Kale give bring us an in depth tutorials on how to photograph a moonbow.
Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona, by Anne McKinnell

4 Camera Settings You'll Love

Here are 4 camera settings that professional landscape photographer Anne Mckinnell loves to use.
Varina on Sandbar, Fiji

Change Your Perspective to Capture Unique Photos

Changing your perspective can help you come away with some unique photos. Here are few tips to get your started.
Ouzud, Morocco

How to Bracket your photos

The idea of bracketing seems pretty simple: just point your camera at the scene, take an underexposed and overexposed shot. But life is rarely that simple.

5 Tips for Capturing High Dynamic Range Landscape Photos

Zach Schnepf give 5 easy to follow tips for capturing high dynamic range landscape photos.