Category: Landscape Tutorials

Landscape Tutorials
David Kingham

TPE 3D Review

For years The Photographer’s Ephemeris has been an indispensable tool for landscape photographers. It has helped us plan many shoots to understand where the sun or moon was going to land on the landscape, or where the sun/moon/milky way would be in the sky. TPE has always been 2D map based, while useful, it was

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Landscape Tutorials
David Kingham

Guide to Solid ND Filters

Confused by all the different ND filter options? Want to know what you need for specific scenarios? In this post we’ll show you exactly what you need and why you need each filter.

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Landscape Tutorials
David Kingham

Creating Telephoto Landscapes

When people think of landscape photographs, most will associate using a wide-angle and standard focal length lenses. Wide angle lenses create dramatic effects when placed near a subject of interest, but not all landscapes are created equal as Jennifer demonstrates with this stunning photograph. Jennifer Renwick – sand dunes glowing after sunset- Tamron 150-600 @

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Landscape Tutorials
David Kingham

Predicting Weather for Landscape Photography

Predicting weather is arguably one of the most important aspects of landscape photography; we are bound by the weather to determine our quality of light and drama. Over the years I have become a bit of a weather geek, I have tried many different services and always comparing the quality of forecasts and information between

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Nature Photography Tools for Predicting Weather

Creating nature photographs that really stand out takes more than just leaving the house on a nice day and hoping to get lucky. Dedicated nature photographers must research and plan from a host of variables that will make or break a great shot. Weather is the biggest thing new nature photographers miss out on, they

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