Weekly Photography Assignment: Nature TTL Details

Each week we’ll be giving you a theme that you can submit a photo for, and we’ll choose our favourite to be featured on the Nature TTL website. These assignments are a great way to encourage you to improve your photography as a group. The winner of the Monthly Assignment is announced! We will select…

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How to Take Amazing Photos With Entry-Level Gear

Most of us can’t afford to buy the best equipment money can buy. But guess what? One of our favorite outdoor photographers says, “It is possible to capture professional-quality images using entry-level gear.” Simon d’Entremont, a wildlife and nature photographer, is a well-known instructor.Based in Eastern Canada. He uses a unique method to teach this…

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Ten Best Places for Landscape Photography In British Columbia, Canada

The landscape photography of British Columbia is a treasure trove for photographers. This is one of the most beautiful and diverse provinces in Canada. It is the westernmost and most mountainous province in Canada. MountainsGlaciers are capped with breathtaking views. The Pacific Ocean borders its western edge and the Rocky Mountains and Alberta its eastern…

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How to control highlights for better landscape photos (VIDEO).

Landscape photographers often find themselves in a bind when they are faced with scenes that have a range of tones beyond the range of their cameras. The quick tutorial today from How to Use focuses on the former. It explains a simple Lightroom technique for removing blown-out parts of the image. This Lightroom technique is…

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How to Plan a Photographic Trip to the Okavango Delta

The wildlife riches of the Okavango Delta have made it a staple of many blue-chip TV wildlife documentaries, and in this article, we’ll look at how to plan a photography trip to this incredible destination! Aerial view of the Papyrus swamp and lagoons during the dry season. This watery wilderness is a great place to…

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This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Golden Touch, El Capitan, and Horsetail Falls, YosemiteSony a7R VSony 24-105 f/4 GISO 64f/101/10 of a second I was planning to just write a brief Horsetail Fall update following last week’s workshop, but before I get into that, I want to say a few words about bad photographer behavior. I see it a lot in…

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Exposure Bracketing: When You Need it & When You Don’t (VIDEO)

Setting your camera to bracket exposures can help nail a shot when photographing landscape scenes in uncertain light. Yet, as you’ll see in the tutorial below, sometimes this popular technique is merely a waste of time. Instructor Mark Denney is very accomplished pro who posts weekly tutorials on important landscape photography skills. In this episode…

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The Essential Guide to Composition for Bird Photography

Proper composition will add fluidity and excitement to your bird photography. Birds have beautiful lines with grace, especially when in flight. Flights are available for purchase.. Addition Compositional elementsAdding techniques to images of birds enhances what they already add to the image. CompositionIn all art forms, the main factor that makes it interesting and rewarding…

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Avoid the #1 Mistake Photographers Make

Above photo by OSPAN ALIThe following are some of the most effective ways to improve your own effectiveness. Unsplash. When we think about the bonehead mistakes photographers unwittingly make, we tend to focus on gross errors that result in blurry or poorly-exposed images. The error in this story results in SHARP images, which we want…

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7 Finest Underwater Images Competitions to Enter

Coming into the world of underwater pictures competitions can appear daunting. Many photographers spend a very long time questioning in the event that they’re prepared to begin coming into competitions. For extra skilled underwater photographers and people who are comparatively new to it, coming into competitions is a good way to see how your pictures…

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