It’s All About the Light: Another Go Round

by Ann de Bruyn

The most crucial ingredient in any photo recipe is light. Without light, photos can’t be made. The word “photography” says it all: photo = light and graphy = to write. When an image is made, you write with light. If you’re a regular reader of my Tip of the Week, you know how important light is...

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This Will CHANGE Your Landscape Photography Forever (VIDEO)

by John Stapel

Regardless of the type of images they shoot most, all photographers would occasionally like to capture beautiful images of the great outdoors. What holds some shooters back is the common misconception that landscape photography requires visiting exotic locations with big, epic vistas. In the vide...

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Exposure Triangle: Everything You Need to Know

by John Stapel

What is the exposure triangle? How does it work? And how can you use it to capture beautifully detailed photos? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, I’m going to share the ins and outs of the photographic triangle of exposure. I’ll identify the three triangle corners, I’ll explai...

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Celebrate The Season With These 32 Images Of Winter

by Ann de Bruyn

We use technology such as cookies on our site to collect and use personal data to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site and interests with our partners who also use technologies such as cooki...

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Issue 244 PDF

by Ann de Bruyn

On Landscape is part of Landscape Media Limited , a company registered in England and Wales . Registered Number: 07120795. Registered Office: 1, Clarke Hall Farm, Aberford Road, WF1 4AL This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out i...

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How Do Cameras Work? A Guide for Beginners

by John Stapel

Want to know how cameras work but don’t want to read about complicated mathematics and physics? This is the guide for you. In this article, I’ll explain how most cameras work, and I’ll also explain the differences between various camera types (such as film versus digital and DSLR versus m...

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Photo Of The Day By Denis Dessoliers

by Ann de Bruyn

By Staff Updated December 2, 2021 Photo By Denis Dessoliers Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Transition 2” by Denis Dessoliers. Location: Yosemite National Park, California. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various gall...

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Jing Kieng Jri

by Ann de Bruyn

Himadri Bhuyan I am an amateur photographer from the city of Guwahati (Assam, India). I love being outdoors and only shoot when the scene, however small or big, interests me. At other times, I'd just sit and observe. My works have been published in several magazines (including National Geogr...

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Photo Of The Day By Dean Cobin

by Ann de Bruyn

By Staff Updated December 1, 2021 Photo By Dean Cobin Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Fog Day…” by Dean Cobin. Location: Adirondack Park, New York. “A beautiful foggy afternoon was taking over a dense pine forest in the Adirondack Mountains,” explains Cobin. “Splashes of peak fall color i...

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dPS Weekly Photo Challenge – Stairways

by John Stapel

This weeks topic brought to you by Norma Prina Murphy from out Facebook group theme post (Add your ideas) Use #dPSStairways if you share your images on social media, makes them easier for us to find and admire that way, you can comment in the comments section under this post if you don’t use social...

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The Best 70-200mm Zoom Lenses

by Ann de Bruyn

Everyone has a favorite lens. It’s usually in a focal length that matches the way the photographer sees in his or her mind’s eye. We’ve heard of studies that show a human’s vision to be roughly equivalent to a 40mm lens on a full-frame DSLR, but we all focus on things within our field of vision...

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