Oct 03, 2018 Michael Zhang Here’s an inspiring 16-minute video by Lisbon, Portugal-based landscape photographer Andy Mumford, who shares the 7 most important lessons he has learned over the years. “There are certain tips and pieces of advice that I find myself giving more than anything else during workshops or in response to email inquiries, and in this video I’ve tried to put them all together,” Mumford writes. Here’s an index of the 7 things Mumford covers (watch the video […]
by Jonathan Lee Martin February 4, 2019 Landscape photographers spend a lot of time outdoors at strange hours of the day to capture a few shots at sunrise and sunset. But have you considered exploring astrophotography to broaden your shoot options to include breathless starry nights? Nightscapes merge the universal appeal of landscapes with the mystery of the night sky. In this week’s vlog, I cover five technical mistakes that can plague newcomers to astrophotography. Some are obvious in retrospect, […]
Yosemite’s Horsetail Falls firefalls are a rare, unique occurrence that require specific circumstances for the event to happen. “Firefalls” are created when the waterfalls are lit up naturally
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When Monica Royal is brainstorming on how to craft a fine-art macro photo, she doesn’t have to go far for inspiration. “I’ll often take a walk around my house or backyard,” she says. “Sometimes I’ll be on the lookout for a subject;