The 3 P’s of Landscape Photography which I’ll discuss, aren’t another rule or a ways to break these rules though. This series of techniques will naturally … Continue reading3 P’s of Landscape Photography
One such technique is a process I call “Editing with your eyes” in which decisions are made before the shutter is clicked. The decisions made in the field are always more important than the post processing decisions but rarely are they discussed. Below is a walk through for this technique to help understand why it’s so important. … Continue readingEditing With Your Eyes – A Slow Photography Technique
Photographing a New Location: 7 Tips to Create Better Images When Traveling to a New Location Photographing a new landscape can be exciting for many reasons and the thrill of … Continue readingPhotographing a New Location: 7 Tips to Create Better Images When Traveling to a New Location
Part one in a series of shorter posts, in which I want to discuss a few misconceptions in Landscape Photography. I listen to many photographers … Continue readingMisconceptions in Landscape Photography
A visual inventory can be a helpful method to identifying interesting elements when out in the landscape and ultimately assist in building compositions. This technique is especially useful when seeking… … Continue readingUsing a Visual Inventory to Build Compositions
A slower approach to landscape photography often involves letting go of expectations while being more open to Nature’s surprises. How many times have you experienced this, where your favorite image from a trip was the surprising one or the unexpected one? … Continue readingSlow Photography: Focus On The Experience To Create Meaningful Images
One method for learning and skill development stands above all others though: Photo Workshops. Minute for minute there is no richer opportunity to learn and develop skills than in person, in the field. … Continue readingAre Photography Workshops Worth It?