The Beauty of Trees

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  Trees are beautiful! No matter which season, they always shine with a special glow of strength and elegance. Some of them are old and wise looking, some of them just a couple of years old but fighting the weather in their own way. In a light green cloak during spring, changing to a dark… Read more »

The Magic of Mist and Morning Fog

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  Mist and Fog are capable of transforming a scene, adding mystery and mood in a simplifying way by reducing color and contrast. For this reason, often the scenes that suit these types of condition best are ones containing strong, obvious objects of interest.   Mist is often at its best just before and after… Read more »

Tips on Landscape Photography

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philosophy D     Consider a few important questions. – What is it about this scene that inspires you? – What elements found in the scene have attracted your attention? – Which elements (such as theme, line, or point of view) do you wish to   preserve?   As you ponder these questions, remember that the… Read more »

Macro Photography Tips

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Bee on Echinacea

Macro Photography is a wonderful way to get to see the world from up close.There are a number of ways to get into macro photography ranging from inexpensive to outrageously expensive. Tough decisions to make, especially for someone who doesn’t make their living from photography. If you decide you want to explore macro photography you… Read more »

How to photograph flowers

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blue and orange blossom

The warm season is here, and there is no end to the number of beautiful flowers out there ready to be photographed. And what’s more wonderful is that they will keep blooming all summer and well into the fall. If you’re fortunate enough to live in a warmer climate, you could be photographing flowers outdoors… Read more »