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How to use colors in Nature Photography

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Using colors as a compositional tool for nature photography can lead to more cohesive, balanced, soothing, and breathtaking photos.

Colors and Light in Landscape Photography

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Colors and Light in landscape photography are closely related. Here are few tips to create stunning photos in harsh light.
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How to get colors in Landscape Photography right

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In this in-depth article Patricia Davidson share ideas about what impact colors in landscape photography and how to create photos with vibrant colors.

How to Capture Vibrant Landscape Photos in Harsh Light

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Pro photographer Jay Patel shares ideas to capture stunning colorful landscape photos captured under harsh lighting conditions at midday.

5 Color Management Mistakes to Avoid

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This article discusses the importance of a good color management workflow (and mistakes to avoid) in order to capture vibrant, stunning photos.

How to Manipulate Colors of Your Landscape Photos

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The art of capturing brilliant colors in your landscape photos starts with exceptional fieldwork. Here are some ideas from Jay Patel.
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5 Effective Ideas for Capturing Monochromatic Photos

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Monochromatic photos in nature encourage the viewer to notice details and textures in the image. Here is how to capture them.

Emotional Impact of Color in Landscape Photography - Part 3

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Charlotte Gibb takes an in-depth look at how to use color in landscape photography to create an emotional impact.

Emotional Impact of Color in Landscape Photography - Part 2

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Charlotte Gibb takes an in-depth look at how to use secondary colors in landscape photography to create more emotional impact.
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Emotional Impact of Color in Landscape Photography - Part 1

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Charlotte Gibb takes an in-depth look at how to use primary colors in landscape photography to create an emotional impact.

Capturing Reflected Colors

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Reflected light can make an image beautiful even even when the reflection is blurred.

Analogous Colors

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Analogous colors are located next to one another on the color wheel - and when they are used together, they produce very little contrast.