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5 Highly effective ideas for Photographing Trees

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Photographing trees or grove of trees that communicates its essence can be a challenge. Here are few tips from Charlotte Hamilton Gibb.

Using Foreground Elements in Landscape Photography

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Foreground elements convey a sense of location - not just distant, untouchable beauty... but the feeling that you are a part of this landscape photo.

Should Nature Photographers Stage a Scene?

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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?
Rocky Fork

How to use diagonals in photography composition

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Pro-photographer Kate Silvia discusses use diagonals in photography and their effectiveness in creating a visual impact for your nature photos.

Photography Composition: Five Ideas for Creating Impact

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Here are few idea that pro photographer Jay Patel uses for creating impact with his landscape photograph.

The Rule of Thirds Isn't Enough

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Varina Patel shows you how she uses colors, textures, size and camera setting to come away with a unique composition from a place that she has photographed before.

How to build a photo around your subject

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Professional photographer Jay Patel shows you how you can work within the limitation of your gear and build a photo around your subject.

How I Approach Photography Composition

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Jay uses more than just a set of rules to compose his photos...Here is a detailed look as how he approaches photography composition.
Driftwood Beach by Anne McKinnell

5 Ways to De-Clutter Your Compositions

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Anne Mckinnell explains how she de-clutters her composition using some practical tips.

Composition is Everything

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Professional landscape photographer Aaron Reed tells us why he spends so much time finding the right composition

Cropping Tips & Techniques

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Does “one size fits all” really make sense? Not really. It also does not make sense while shooting nature photos.

Dealing with Compositional Distractions

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When you are faced with the question how to deal with compositional elements...Why not make it a part of your composition?