How to photograph during windy conditions

Do you put your camera away when it gets windy? Or do you pull it out and let the wind paint a picture for you?

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.

The ONLY Reason You Should Change Your ISO

Josh Cripps explains why your ISO should be planted firmly at its lowest possible base setting except for this reason.
Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), USA

How to select an Ideal Exposure

How to fine tune camera's exposure by using Histograms & a GND Filter to capture stunning photos.
Afternoon Delight by Erin Babnik

Tips for Creating the Perfect Sunstar

Erin Babnik shows you how to create a perfect sun star for your landscape photos.

5 Tips for Capturing High Dynamic Range Landscape Photos

Zach Schnepf give 5 easy to follow tips for capturing high dynamic range landscape photos.
Birubi Beach, Anna Bay, NSW, Australia

Exposure Is a Creative Choice

Just as we control focus, aperture, shutter speed, and other camera settings, sometimes we must creatively control exposure as well.
Birubi Beach, Anna Bay, NSW, Australia

Technical Knowledge Is Not Enough

As a photographer, it’s important to understand that even if…

Thinking in the Field

Varina's goal was to capture the motion of the clouds and the smooth surface of the lake before sunrise. She walks you through her fieldwork and thought process.
Death Valley, California

Do I have to shoot silhouettes at sunset?

The foreground of my sunset photos turns out completely black. What am I doing wrong?
Dark Side of Exposure

The Dark Side of the Exposure

Jay offers a few quick words of advice for photographers who want perfect exposure every time.