Mesquite Dunes, Death Valley National Park, California (CA), USA

Photographing Complementary Colors

Jays show us how to use complementary colors to create stunning contrast in your photos.
Cathedrals Caves, Catlins, New Zeland

Dealing with Extreme Tonal Range

Bracketing and Blending is not the ONLY way to capture extreme tonal range. Here are some other ideas.
Volcanoes National Park, Big Island, Hawaii, USA

Full Frame or Crop Factor Camera?

"I need a full frame camera because it is better than a crop factor camera." Right? Here is our take on it.
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5 Myths About Professional Landscape Photographers

What makes a professional Landscape Photographer? Is is the equipment you carry? Money you make?
Icebergs at the beach - Jökulsárlón, Iceland

Iconic Locations: Why do you keep going back?

Do you believe that some iconic locations have been photographed so often that there's no way to get a unique photo? I don't think so!

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?
Crown Point Overlook, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon (OR), USA

Capturing Fleeting Moments in Nature

Jay explains how and why you need to prepared to capture the fleeting moments to create stunning landscape photos.
Gecko in Morocco

Reflection and Diffusion for Macro Photography

When the skies are bright and clear, I have to approach macro photography a little differently.
Tips for Photographing Waterfalls

What Sells? Local Images and Iconic Locations

The client passed on all the popular shots from Jay's gallery. Instead, she chose the quieter local image... one that he had never sold before.
Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park - California, USA

How to Photograph the Moon

It can be tough to photograph the moon with a foreground. Here are few ideas to get you started.
Frozen in Time

Tips for Photographing Tiny Subjects

Photographing tiny subjects like this is tough. Even with a macro lens, it is hard to get the shot you envision.
Banff National Park, Alberta - Canada, USA

How many photos is too many?

I generally shoot lots of photos – but as I shoot, I delete the ones that aren’t worth keeping. Let me walk you through a typical shoot.