Tag Archive for: Camera
5 Compelling Reasons to use your Camera’s Live View Mode
Peter Coskun offers compelling reasons why nature photographers should be using your camera's live view mode when taking photos.
5 Rarely Used Camera Settings for Nature Photography
Photographer Lace Andersen talks about 5 rarely used camera settings and how you can effectively use them to capture stunning images in nature photography.
How many Megapixels do I need for Landscape Photography?
Camera manufacturers have been in a race for the highest megapixel count. But, how many megapixels are enough in landscape photography?
Am I ready for a camera upgrade?
“I just bought the latest and greatest camera! Now I'll take much better pictures!” – Will a camera upgrade make you a better nature photographer?
What New Camera Should I Purchase for Landscape Photography?
Thinking of purchasing a new camera? Mark Denney shares his thoughts when he begins to ponder whether or not now is the time to make a new camera purchase.
Two Effective ways to use an Older DSLR or Mirrorless Camera
Professional Landscape Photographer Patricia Davidson shares a couple effective techniques to get most out of an older DSLR or Mirrorless camera.
Soft/Sharp – In-camera Multiple Exposure Technique
Denis Ippolito show you how to create some very artistic effects using in-camera multiple exposure technique.
4 Camera Settings You’ll Love
Here are 4 camera settings that professional landscape photographer Anne Mckinnell loves to use.
My Favorite Camera Settings and Why I Use Them
Professional photographer Chip Phillips shares with us some of his favorite camera settings...and why he uses them.
Losing a grip on your photo gear
When you’re focused on getting that PERFECT shot, there may be consequences to your preoccupation.