Using Natural Light Outdoors
Using Natural Light Outdoors
By Michelle Ecker on July 4th, 2018

If you’re taking advantage of this warm summertime weather to work on your landscape and nature photography outdoors, we recommend you practice using just natural light as a fun, challenging…

Instantly Improve Your Wildlife Photography
Instantly Improve Your Wildlife Photography
By Michelle Ecker on July 3rd, 2018

Summertime weather offers photographers an annual opportunity to head outdoors and practice nature and landscape photography. Whether you head to the beach, a hiking trail, or even a local park,…

How to Make Water Look Silky
How to Make Water Look Silky
By Michelle Ecker on June 21st, 2018

Have you ever seen a professional nature and landscape photography shot where the water in the composition appeared silky smooth? This is a common technique for expert landscape photographers, and…

When to Use Priority Modes
When to Use Priority Modes
By Michelle Ecker on May 18th, 2018

If you’ve never heard of shutter or aperture priority mode or you’re not sure the best time to use them, it’s something we highly recommend you explore. Not only is…

How to Instantly Improve Sunset Photos
How to Instantly Improve Sunset Photos
By Michelle Ecker on April 17th, 2018

Sunrises and sunsets are two of the most popular nature and landscape subjects out there, and for good reason. The compelling colors combined with ideal golden hour light make for…

Working With Strong, Direct Light
Working With Strong, Direct Light
By Michelle Ecker on April 5th, 2018

Now that the weather is warming up, you’re probably going to find yourself bringing your camera outdoors more often to capture some seasonal nature and landscape photos. While some experts…

Tips for Perfect Color Contrast
Tips for Perfect Color Contrast
By Michelle Ecker on July 24th, 2017

Are your shots looking a little mundane lately? If you want to add an extra eye-catching element, consider finding a way to highlight stark color contrast. Including bold, conspicuous color…

3 Simple Wildlife Photography Tips
3 Simple Wildlife Photography Tips
By Michelle Ecker on July 21st, 2017

If you’re on the lookout for awesome wildlife action shots this summer, there are few simple adjustments worth making before you get started. From trialing your gear before you head…

Use High Contrast for Black and White
Use High Contrast for Black and White
By Chris Corradino on March 4th, 2016

Can you see the world in black and white? Look at the scene in front of you and try to imagine it without color. The potential for classic monochrome imagery…

A Lesson in Long Exposure Landscapes
A Lesson in Long Exposure Landscapes
By Michelle Ecker on February 24th, 2016

Have you ever wondered why some landscape photos are able to capture that characteristically magnificent, bold look of nature while others look completely mundane and flat? Said well-composed scenery shots…