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5 Tips for Great Landscapes Photographs from DigitalRev TV

5 Tips for Great Landscapes Photographs

In this video from DigitalRev TV, Kai goes back to his photographic roots, Landscape Photography. The whole team goes out for a nice and early sunrise shoot to give some top tips on how to shoot your own stunning landscapes.

Nature Photography

Adorama / OnSet Video Tutorial: Shooting Portraits with Holiday Lights

Shooting Holiday Lights – OnSet ep. 64

In this video tutorial Daniel Norton from Onset shows us a fun way to create simple yet fun  portraits for the holidays using a mixture of flash studio lighting and multiple strings of holiday lights.

Landscape Photography Tips

B&H Prospectives: Landscape Photography with Robert Rodriguez Jr.

In this episode of Prospectives by B and H, Robert Rodriguez Jr shares with the staff of B and H and their audience his artistic process toward landscape photography. 46 more words

Landscape Photography

Environmental portraits lesson/www.creativefreedomphoto.com

As a Photojournalist for several newspapers, environmental portraits are a must.They tell a story. The photo below was the morning after hurricane George hit Key West. 423 more words

REFLECTIONS in photography/http://www.creativefreedomphoto.com/

Few things are more inspiring than reflection photography. Reflections are incredibly beautiful, and once you start looking for them, you’ll be surprised to discover that they are all around us. 374 more words

Improve your photography/rules of composition 2/by creativefreedomphoto

http://www.creativefreedomphoto.com/

Unlike technical aspects of photography, artistic aspects cannot really be easily defined and applied to every photo. Probably the most important element of any photograph is its composition. 754 more words

Photography

IMPROVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY! Rules of composition In Photography /byhttp://www.creativefreedomphoto.com/

There are no fixed rules in photography, but there are guidelines which can often help you to enhance the impact of your photos.

It may sound clichéd, but the only rule in photography is that there are no rules. 864 more words