Five Ideas to Develop Your Creative Eye in Photography

Professional photographer Christine Hauber gives you 5 simple exercises to help you develop a creative eye.
Photo #2: A flooded Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park at sunrise. Canon 6D, 16-35mm lens @16mm.

Compositions Tips for a Wide-Angle Lens

Sarah Marino provides ideas to improve your composition when shooting with a wide-angle lens.

What Lenses I Carry and Why

Zach Schnepf explains his strategies for what lenses to carry depending on what subjects and terrain he is exploring.
Abstract Landscape Photography Created in camera using the ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) Technique Along the shore of Lake Ontario Ontario, Canada ©Elle Bruce

Photographing Fine Art Abstracts on Dull Days

Elle Bruce how to use those dull, low light days for photographing fine art abstract landscape images.

Why Expectations Are Killing Your Creativity

Are you missing out on incredible photos because your expectations have given you tunnel vision? Here is what Josh has to say on the subject of creativity.

How to Photograph a Diverse Terrain

Pro Photographer CJ Kale shares his tips for photographing diverse terrain found on Big Island of Hawaii.
forest scene

Sunlight, Coastal Fog and Trees Equals Pure Magic!

Here are some tips for photographing California Redwoods with magical light, filtering through the trees on the foggy mornings.
Photograph of corn lily plants in Colorado

Learning to See Beyond the Literal

As landscape photographers, our subjects are typically scenes…

Part 2 - What is Creative Photography?

How do we go about taking creative photos? Here are few tips to get you started.

Part 1 - What is Creative Photography?

When you talk about creative photography, the field is wide open. So how does one define creative photography?
Image at 24mm

Focal Length and Perspective: Part 2

Ugo continues his discussion about how focal length influences perspective indirectly by way of changes in camera position.

Focal Length and Perspective: Part 1

The question of what effect focal length has on perspective is one that is often misunderstood. Ugo Cei explains why.