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Tag: landscape photography composition
Long Exposure Minimalist Photography Using NiSi Filters
Mali Davies finally started their long exposure minimalist project. Over the years, Davies has played around with long exposures, but with the help of NiSi, they finally have the right tools for the job.
3 Landscape Photography Tips for Beginners
Skillshare recently did a video discussing 3 landscape photography tips for beginners. As said in the video, landscape photography lets you capture the world and a few simple tips can majorly upgrade your snapshots. Here, join three Skillshare teachers for tips on scouting, composition, and process.
How to Improve Your Landscape Photography Composition
Landscape photography composition is extremely important in landscape photography. Whether you’re talking about wedding photography, a selfie, or an abstract shot, all of it predicates composition. With this in mind, Chris Sale has a video detailing composition in landscape photography and how understanding it better will give you a great foundation to build your photography…
This Question Will Improve Your Photography!
Here is a very good video by Mads Peter Iverson about composition. He buries the lead a bit so I’ll give it to you here. The question that will improve your photography is: Does it work? It may sound a bit fundamental, but it is an excellent question when you think about it and Mads…
Minimalist Photography: A Comprehensive Guide (+ Tips)
Simon Bond has a very nice article on Minimalist Photography over at Digital Photography School. Simon, in his article, does a nice job of explaining what minimalist photography is, the elements that make it work, and how to achieve it. Check out Simon Bond’s Minimalist Photography article by clicking on the button below: *Photo above…
How to Avoid BORING CLEAR SKY landscape photography!
Have you ever been out to do a little landscape photography at a great location only to be greeted with a boring, solid blue sky? All of us have. In this video, fine art photographer Mads Peter Iversen explains what he does when he is met with such conditions.