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Observing the Quality of Light – Photography 101

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Light is photography, light is life. It’s light that reveals and hides objects, it  can create shadows and depth, or make them disappear and flatten objects. Light is the key to creating vibrant images; so knowing how light changes in intensity and quality very quickly, as well as reflective values of object is one of the hardest things to master. Shimmering Orange – Created By: Melissa Fague – Nature Photography Light can be hard and directional producing well-defined shadows, or it can be soft and diffused producing softer shadows; each will give you a different effect or mood in your photograph....

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Landscape Photography Quick Tips: Revisit Locations

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Don’t be afraid to revisit location you’ve photographed We as photographers never stop learning. To get your ultimate landscape shot, keep going back and use the knowledge you’ve learned from your previous visits of that location to explore the area again; 9 times out of 10 you’ll see something new. It’s virtually impossible to capture all of the amazing sights of a location if you only visit it once, then move on to the next one on your photography bucket list. We’re always looking for new scenes that inspire us, but a new scene in landscape photography is more than...

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Shoot Close or Go Wide – Nature Photography 101

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Showing: Floral Nature Photograph Water Droplets On Mum Petals Shoot Close or Go Wide – Nature Photography 101 Try shooting your subject at different focal lengths during your session. Photograph your subject at a wide angle to take in the entire scene or go close to isolate a specific detail about your subject you want to emphasis. Try to avoid capturing shots of your subject head-on as they normally appear in front of you, this is the normal everyday perspective and can be mundane. If you move around and shoot from different angles you are showcasing details that normally go unnoticed;...

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