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4 Challenges to overcome for Shooting the Northern Lights

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Pedro Kim gives us insight on difficulties that nature photographers run into when trying to capture the stunning display of Northern Lights

Varina Takes on The Challenge of Low Contrast Light

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When the skies get heavy, don't pack up the camera and head home! Pull out your gear, change your mindset, and work the subtle light for all it's worth! Embrace the challenge!

Three Creative Ideas for Capturing the Glow

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Pro photographer Jay Patel shows us how to capture breath taking photos by capturing the glow created by reflected light.

Is There Bad Light in Landscape Photography?

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Is there such as bad light in landscape photography? Or just plain bad imagination? Here is what Pro Photographer Jay Patel has to say.

Nature Photography is About Light

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Stunning nature photography is about capturing the right light at the right time. Here are few tips to get you started.

Creating Impact with Tonal Contrast

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

Creative Photography to overcome Midday Blues - Part 1

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

How to Photograph a Moonbow - Part 2

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Hawaii based pro photograph CJ Kale give bring us an in depth tutorials on how to photograph a moonbow.

Creating Textures in your Photos

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Contrary to popular belief, direct sunlight is not necessary for creating side lighting. Here are a few example of how we use side lighting to photograph textures.

Shooting in the right direction

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When dealing with light, there is an easy way to create incredible shots straight from the camera.

Bowtie Arch - A Lesson in Light and Composition

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Jay and I visited Bowtie arch in Utah. Varina recorded this short video while we were there showing how to deal with extreme tonal range.

Shooting in Canyons at Midday

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Midday light definitely isn’t ideal for most wide-angle photography. But here’s a situation where harsh light was exactly what we wanted.