A Place To Rest Your Eyes

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Your landscape pictures should be like a well-written piece of prose and the narrative should be clear, says Andy Brown

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After The Rain

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Supposedly there’s no such thing as the ‘wrong’ weather for landscape photography, but certain environmental conditions are certainly preferable to others.

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Telling A Story

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A photograph depicts a static, frozen instant in time. If deemed successful, it captures the ‘decisive moment’ – a definition that hints at the singular.

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Visualising Landscape

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Landscape photography is often about recording a faithful rendition of a visually appealing or rewarding combination of events.

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Blot On the Landscape

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Landscape photography and man made objects. Instead of dismissing man made objects, we should embrace them and photograph them as part of the landscape.

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High Contrast And Impact

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To add punch to your landscape images is to embrace the power afforded by the digital darkroom, using it to produce rich shadows and striking highlights.

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Leading Lines

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Successful landscape photographs often require the eye to journey through the image. Andy Brown explains the effect of leading lines within your picture.

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The Art Of Concealment

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Andy Brown advises about Autumn morning landscape photography with mist and fog and what the best practices are.

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Advice Of The Month: Fresh Fields

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Landscape photography advice on location research and planning in advance, as well as wisely choosing the camera gear you need to take with you.

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Free Advice: Sense Of Scale

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Translating a 3D scene onto a flat image can be problematic, hence the reason why landscape photographers employ depth and perspective while shooting…

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Free Advice • Get Up Early, Stay Out Late

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In landscape photography, one of the best pieces of advice is to get up early and stay out late. You will then have a chance to catch superb and soft light

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Explaining Gear Symbols

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Full explanation on what photography gear symbols mean. What does canon EF-S mean? What does nikon VR mean?

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Free Advice • 10 Lightroom Keyboard Shortcuts

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Ten best keyboard shortcuts for Adobe Lightroom that every landscape photographer should be aware of. They work in both Windows and Mac.

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Free Advice • Save For Web

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Saving for web is a fairly simple process and yet, if you don’t know how to approach it, your images can suffer from poor image quality

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Free Advice • Focal Length Difference

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Dimitri Vasileiou explains is simple terms the difference between focal length on various lenses and their effect in landscape photography

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Free Advice • Expose To The Right

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What exactly does “Expose to the right” mean in Photography? For free advice and tips read the full article here on Landscape Photography Magazine

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Blurb’s Lightroom Plug-ins

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Blurb uses Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® as their software with which photographers can create stunning photo books. This video explains how

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Free Advice • Polarising Filters

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Every month we share with you valuable tips, advice and information on landscape photography. This month our advice is on Polarising filters

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Mounting Images For Display

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Step-by-step technique for creating professionally mounted photographs. We take you through the process of mounting your images to foamcore for display.

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Correct Image Colour Space For Internet Viewing

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The standard colour space supported by all web browsers is sRGB. This video will show you how to embed the correct colour space in your pictures in software

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Free • Buying Second Hand Lenses

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Things you need to know when buying a second hand lens, what to look for and what to avoid.

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Free • Hyperfocal Distance Focusing Chart

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Hyperfocal distance focusing chart that will help you with accurate focusing, great depth of field and sharp landscape pictures.

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Free • Landscape Photographer’s Check List

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Check list cards that will help you remember all the things you need to do and pack in your bag pack on the night before a photo shoot.

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Free • Introduction to Lightroom

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A fully comprehensive and easy to follow introduction article to Lightroom. We show you how easy it is to start with Adobe Lightroom.

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