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Category: Composition and Posing

Varina Patel Capturing the Wind with Varina Patel
Do you put your camera away when it gets windy? Or do you pull it out and let the wind paint a picture for you?
Jim Zuckerman Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Aerial Perspectives
Photographer Jim Zuckerman talks about how to shoot from a high vantage point in the ninth article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Jim Zuckerman Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: The Human Element
Photographer Jim Zuckerman discusses ways to incorporate human figures into landscape shots in the tenth article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Brenda Tharp Tips for Better Landscape and Travel Photographs
When you want to make your best landscapes or travel scenes, a tripod is still the best way to go. Tripods force you to work more slowly, and because of that, you tend to be more careful with your composition and focus.
Jim Zuckerman Jim Zuckerman on Composition: Leading Lines
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to use leading lines to direct the viewer's eye in the second article of his sixteen-part series on composition.
Jim Zuckerman Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Wildlife
Photographer Jim Zuckerman talks about ways to compose landscape images that include animals in the final article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Scott Kranz Around the Olympics with the New Globetrotter Air
From a moody morning to a starry surprise, Scott Kranz’s epic adventure around the Olympic Peninsula is one story you won’t want to miss!
Jim Zuckerman Jim Zuckerman on Landscape Photography: Dominant Foregrounds
Photographer Jim Zuckerman explains how to use foreground elements to create engaging compositions in the third article of his fifteen-part series on landscape photography.
Ernst Wildi The Importance of Color
Ernst Wildi explains how to use color to create a mood and improve composition in this excerpt from his Amherst Media book Master Composition Guide for Digital Photographers.

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