Never heard of stick season? It's the part of fall that comes after all the leaves have fallen, but snow hasn't arrived. Here are tips for finding photo ops during the bleak season. Read more »
Landscape photography "used to" be difficult because today, with something most of of have in our pockets, that planning couldn't be easier. Learn what your smartphone can do to help you achieve perfectly timed and framed photos. Read more »
From polished chrome to shiny paint, cars are an irresistible subject for photos. These tips will teach you to get impressive results from a photo shoot in your driveway or your next trip to the car show! Read more »
Are you itching to take some great fall foliage shots this year? These 6 secrets for photographing fall foliage will have you producing unique photos that are sure to impress! Read more »
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!
Right up there with nature and landscape photography, wildlife photography is one of the most popular forms of photography out there. It seems everybody wants to photograph cute and cuddly critters whether they're covered in feathers, fur, or dare I say it, scales. One of the best ways to capture these amazing creatures at their best is using natural light.
Here are my tips + tricks for photographing wildlife in natural light for the ultimate outdoor images.
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Plunges and cascades, big and tall, short and wide, even covered in winter white. I love photographing waterfalls in all of their awe-inspiring beauty. Here are 6 top tips for capturing the beauty of falling water in your landscape photography. Read more »
Choosing a lens for landscape photography is simple. There's only one lens you'll ever need...right? Read on to find out! Read more »
As a landscape photographer, getting it right in camera at the time of capture is extremely important to me. What's one easy way you can achieve this? Filters. Here is a list of the landscape photography filters I use along with a few tips, tricks, dos and don'ts to help you get the perfect shot with minimal editing. Read more »
Photographing birds is also a great way to try your hand at wildlife photography because while not everyone has deer, bears or moose in their area, there are very few places in the world that don't have birds. And with a little know-how you can learn to take photos that have the birds looking alive and engaging while in their natural habitat. Here are photography tips and tricks for taking stunning images of birds! Read more »
Clouds, ya know, those big white puffy balls of cotton in the sky? Well most landscape photos look better with at least a few. But this daydream-inspiring fluffs can be rather tricky to capture. Read on to discover how to get the most of the clouds in your photos. Read more »