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Interesting Photo of the Day: Red Wildflowers at Mount St. Helens

Interesting Photo of the Day: Red Wildflowers at Mount St. Helens

Landscape photographers recognize that a foreground can make or break a landscape image. When they plan a shot, the foreground often has striking detail and colors that draw the viewer in. The attention to detail pushes the viewer’s eyes outward toward the background. In this case, it’s Mount St. Helens in focus as the looming mountain rises […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: View of the Clouds From a Peak

Interesting Photo of the Day: View of the Clouds From a Peak

Have you ever gotten a view above the clouds? You must either be in an aircraft or atop a high peak, right? In this case, it’s a view above the Alps that displays a gorgeous bed of clouds. The photographer had to trek to the top for this one, as suggested by his hiking poles and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at Shark Fin Cove

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at Shark Fin Cove

How much planning goes into your landscape shots? Amateur and professional landscape photographers often research the weather conditions, sunrises, sunsets, and star movement to arrange the perfect shot. In this case, it’s a sunset that only happens during two periods of each year. In order to plan a photograph like this one, you may need to do […]

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7 Ways to Move Lightroom Sliders for Photo Editing

7 Ways to Move Lightroom Sliders for Photo Editing

Did you know that there are seven different methods for making adjustments in Lightroom’s Develop module? Benjamin Warde demonstrates each option for adjusting exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, and more: Click on the slider handle and drag left or right. Click on the slider ramps and the slider will move to where you clicked. Input a number in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at the Kofa Mountains

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at the Kofa Mountains

Enduring the elements is part of being a landscape photographer. In order to traverse the trails and roads that lead you to your best photographs, you need to be adequately prepared and keep an eye out for more than that perfect shot. In this case, the desert setting of western Arizona can drain your energy […]

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How to Edit Landscape Skies in Lightroom

How to Edit Landscape Skies in Lightroom

Have you ever wondered how to bring out the detail in your overexposed sky without ruining the whole image? A problem you may run into taking landscape photos is that if you set up your camera to expose for the foreground, the sky will appear too bright. Since our cameras don’t have the range to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Western Norway Waterfalls and Autumn Colors

Interesting Photo of the Day: Western Norway Waterfalls and Autumn Colors

Combining multiple images into one is sometimes necessary when a landscape such as this one is too big for the lens. Learning how to do that is a different story! This waterfall scene in Western Norway is an incredible composition of vibrant autumn colors and stormy weather that sets a perfect mood for landscape photography: […]

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Tips for Photographing Toddlers

Tips for Photographing Toddlers

They’re active, unpredictable human beings—and perfect for studio shots! With toddlers, the most candid moments come within an instant and can be gone the next, so you need to be prepared with your setup and camera. Daniel Norton shares a few tips for getting the most out of a toddler photo shoot: Get Down Low Children have […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Dirty Puddle in NYC

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Dirty Puddle in NYC

Have you been thinking of ways to skew the perspective in your images lately? It isn’t always about positioning yourself to achieve a different viewpoint for your work. In this case, it’s a visually pleasing image that has taken advantage of its flipped vertical perspective. The change creates another story that ultimately becomes the first […]

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Everyone Wants to Be a Wedding Photographer

Everyone Wants to Be a Wedding Photographer

When you’re a wedding photographer, it’s bad enough when you see someone on their phone during a wedding ceremony. But what about when they start taking pictures with it? And who’s going to call out the old uncle snapping photos with a DSLR? The better and easier technology becomes,the more irresponsible people end up with it in […]

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