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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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 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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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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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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Weekly Photography Assignment – Trees – Nature TTL

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. You can use these assignments to improve your photography as a whole and to challenge yourself. Our new Monthly Assignment Winner has been announced! We will select…

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B&W Winter Macro Photographie? Here’s how it’s done (VIDEO).

It’s not uncommon for some photographers to put their close-up lenses in the back of the cabinet after all the excitement and fun of spring and summer macrophotography. When insects start to disappear and the plants begin to wither, they tend to store them there. It’s a shame, because winter offers a lot of great…

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How to Start with Large Format Film Camera Landscape Photographing

Few things elicit as much interest from passers-by as a large-format film camera set up and unfolded, with a cameraperson slouching beneath a dark cloth. Few remember the times when cameras used to look like this, and most wouldn’t guess that large format photography is not just an obsolete antique, but an important and growing…

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A Sense of Mystery : Michael Frye Photography

Trail through redwoods in fog, northern California coast I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be joining Nic Stover’s Nature Photography Classes again for their Winter Speaker Series. This series is focused on “Discovering the Mood and Mystery in Our Images,” and includes three sessions: Franka Gabler, with “Conveying Mood and Capturing the Essence,” on February…

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Michael Frye Photography – My Top Photographs for 2023

The votes have been counted and here are the top photos of 2023. We had a great turnout this year. 478 people browsed through my initial selectionThe 45 images were voted upon by the viewers. Thank you to all who took the time and looked at these photos, and gave their opinions. I also appreciate…

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