Death Valley Sunset by Kevin Raber How many times do you find yourself returning home from a photography shoot all excited about the captured images and after loading the images onto your computer feel disappointed in how they look. This article shows how with sunsets and sunrises you can put back the color that many times our cameras take away because they think just a little too mcuh for us.
Introduction to Landscape Astrophotography by Adam Woodworth In this tutorial Adam Woodworth describes many of the tools and methods that he uses to create fine art landscape astrophotographs. He focuses on capturing photos of the Milky Way with minimal star movement.
Sculpting with Light by Harold Ross This article (and future follow-up articles) will be dealing specifically with lighting and post production methods as a way to put forward one’s vision using light painting.
Better Photographic Composition by Peter Cox Regular contributor Peter Cox gives us an article on how to improve your photographic composition: Better Photographic Composition, or The Best Camera Won't Make you a Better Photographer
Peter is also running a workshop to Svalbard in the High Arctic in July 2014.
Self-publishing a Landscape Photography Book by Peter Cox Have you ever wanted to publish your own book of landscape photographs? How would you go about funding it?
Contributor Peter Cox describe how he successfully self-published his first book The Irish Light - A Collection of Landscape Photographs.
Everything Matters Part 2 by Mark Dubovoy This is Part 2 of the article about how everything matters in Photography; the smallest details. in particular
Learning Video Production the Hard Way by Peter Cox High end video production is now within the reach of any modern DSLR owner. What does it take to achieve something really worthwhile though? Regular contributor Peter Cox shares the trials and tribulations of producing an hour long video tutorial/travelogue in Learning Video Production the Hard Way.
HDR Workflow for the rest of us by Brenna Vegard In HDR Workflow For The Rest Of Us Vegard Brenna takes a look at how HDR when actually needed can be integrated into a normal photographic workflow. The aim is to produce consistent, high quality, natural looking images with a minimum of fuss and time spent.