Panoramic Photography

Panoramic Photography

Panoramic landscape photography to me is one of the best photographic techniques, as it allows you to capture your surroundings. Being able to photograph a series of images that display the entire field of view in front of you and put those together into a single...
Shooting For High-Key

Shooting For High-Key

High-key images to me is an art form that allows only the subject of your image to tell the entire story. Stripping back the environment and other features to only show the subject in this high-contrast and striking way helps to keep the image clean and simplistic,...
Natural Framing In Your Photography

Natural Framing In Your Photography

This post will look at how using natural objects and frames out in the field can create different perspectives and effects to your photography. Images that have natural shapes and lines in them are perfect to draw the viewer’s eyes into the image as it draws you...
Sharp Images, From Front To Back

Sharp Images, From Front To Back

Getting images pin sharp from the front of the image all the way to the back can be a very difficult thing to do before trying out a few different techniques, and something that most photographers will strive to achieve, especially landscape photographers. When...
Behind The Shot: Giraffe Patterns and Textures

Behind The Shot: Giraffe Patterns and Textures

With the launch of this new website and blog, the intentions are to post regularly with various photographic tips and techniques to help others improve their photographic creativity and knowledge. As part of this, I feel that taking great images is one thing, but also...
Motions in Photography

Motions in Photography

People always talk about creating a story with your photography, and when someone views your images they should be able to feel the atmosphere and emotions of what was going on when you took the image. One of the best ways of creating this through your photography is...