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Landscape Photography On Location: Iceland.

Landscape photography tutorial: On location in Iceland. To view this VLog/tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Iceland

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2016–02–21 15:39
Categories: Tutorials
Tags: VLogtutorialFebruary 2016Icelandlandscape

Landscape Photography: Winter in the Mountains of Glencoe

On location in Scotland with Thomas Heaton get a great look into the life of a landscape photographer and Thomas shares a few tips and tricks. To view this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Landscape Photography

Posted by JAshley on Thu, 2016–02–18 12:19
Categories: Tutorials

How to Process a Landscape Photo in Lightroom. Complete Professional Workflow.

In this Lightroom workflow tutorial learn how to beautifully develop your landscape photos in less than 10 minutes. To see this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photo below: Complete Workflow

Posted by JAshley on Wed, 2015–09–23 21:49
Categories: Tutorials

3 Must-Have Types of Landscape Photography Lenses

What are the most essential lenses for landscape and nature photography? To read this tutorial, just follow the link or click the photograph: 3 Best Lenses

Posted by JAshley on Sun, 2015–08–16 18:22
Categories: Articles

21 pro tips for taking landscapes in bad weather

It doesn’t matter if it’s overcast, misty, stormy or pouring rain; with these 21 expert landscape photography tips you’ll undoubtedly get great scenics. To read the whole tutorial, just follow the link or click the photograph: Landscape Photography Tips

Posted by JAshley on Tue, 2015–08–11 14:37
Categories: Tutorials

SmugMug Corner #80: Eric Good

It's Friday, and here around the Corner, that means it's time for another photographer interview. This week, it's a SmugMug Corner interview with "architectural photographer by trade / landscape and nature photographer the rest of the time" Eric Good. It's a fun interview with more than a dozen fantastic photographs - what a great way to kick off the weekend!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Fri, 2010–10–22 14:48
Categories: SmugMug Corner

Press Release: Tamron Announces Full-Day Travel & Landscape Photography Seminars

Tamron, one of our favorite sponsors here around the Corner, has recently announced four, full-day photo seminars in the US, and I thought I'd pass along the dates and locations to you. Check out their press release below, and if any of you end up attending, let me know about it. Professional photographer Sandra Nykerk is going to present "Stepping Stones for the Photographic Trail: A Guide to the Creative Image" - sounds like it'll be a great day!

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2010–06–17 02:47
Categories: LensesPress Releases

More Tutorials (and 1 Article) Added to the Corner Resource Center

In my continuing effort to get caught up on the backlog of submitted articles, tutorials and product reviews for the Corner Resource Center, I happily point your attention to the latest resources satisfyingly checked off my to-do list. In addition to the 5 new tutorials and three reviews & two articles that we posted last week, below are 3 more tutorials and 1 article written by Lee123, Erik Bernskiold, Mike Neale and squirl033.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2009–09–10 22:44

Articles By Amy: How to Take Beautiful Landscape Photos Using a Standard Point and Shoot Camera

Articles By Amy: How to Take Beautiful Landscape Photos Using a Standard Point and Shoot CameraLandscape photography is a great place to use creativity, and unique perspective, even if presented with a flat or unchallenging image. For example, you are on a road trip, you read the road sign that says “Scenic Overlook”; you pull in, get out the camera, hold it at eye height and take the picture. It is scenic; you shouldn’t have to compose the image, right? Wrong. Photographing landscapes and scenery should be a creative experience, even with a point and shoot camera. Look at the image, analyze it, look at it a different way, climb up on a picnic table or lay down in the grass, and experience the view through your own perspective, then capture that with your camera.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Mon, 2009–04–27 14:23
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles By Amy: What Lenses to Use for Landscape Photography

Articles By Amy: What Lenses to Use for Landscape PhotographyThere a tremendous number of lenses available for digital photographers today, and for those who specialize in landscape imagery there are nice range of lenses at a good array of prices. A search can yield telephoto zoom lenses, super wide angle lenses and traditional or normal to moderate wide angles.

For most photographers, however, investing in numerous and somewhat expensive lenses may be out of the question. If that is the case then an investment in a wide angle 70mm lens is the best choice for great photographs and results. This is because the lens will allow for tight compositions and easy filter use, which, in the end, can provide a tremendous number of options and flexibility within imagery.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Fri, 2009–04–24 14:59
Categories: Articles By Amy

Articles By Amy: Landscape Photography at Dawn and Dusk

Many photographers find that they produce dramatic and unusual landscape photographs during the twilight and sunrise hours. This period of the day sees amazing color in the sky, sharply drawn shadows and silhouettes and the angle of the sun, or the moon, casting unique light across a scene.

There are also moments outside of the dawn and dusk hours that many photographers refer to as having the same “sweet light” or the natural light as just before sunset, and immediately after sunrise. However this “sweet light” is usually only available during certain weather conditions when natural light is rapidly changing, giving an object or an entire scene a certain radiance or added dimension that are not normally present around it. For example, heavy black storm clouds in front of the camera lens, with intense sunshine coming from behind the photographer. This is a moment of “sweet light” and high photographic drama.

Posted by Tim L. Walker on Thu, 2009–04–16 20:02
Categories: Articles By Amy
Tags: articles by amylandscapedawndusk

SmugMug Corner #21: Marc Adamus

As promised, the SmugMug Corner interview series is back in full force again this week after our break last week. This week we meet professional landscape photographer Marc Adamus.
Posted by Tim L. Walker on Sat, 2008–02–09 03:04
Categories: SmugMug Corner
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