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500px Blog » – 500px Blog Dave Morrow is a landscape photographer, workshop instructor, and word slinger with a passion for travel, the truth, and all things strange. He teaches Milky Way & Star Photography Workshops & Tours , spanning the entire West Coast of the United States, Online Star Photography Post Processing (editing) Group Workshops, and provides Star Photography Post Processing Video Tutorials and a Free Star Photography Tutorial. Dave’s goal is to educate photographers from across the globe,…

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How to Photograph Gorgeous Seascapes (With Case Study) – Photography Article

While landscape photography is massively popular, I have to admit to having a strong preference and affinity for outdoor photographs taken near the sea – seascape photography. The cliffs, beaches and rock formations of the coast provide such fascinating subject matter for photographers that I find myself returning to it again and again, not to mention the wonderful things you can do when photographing water. This seascape photography article has been put together with Rob Wood, Chris Gin and Christopher…

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5 Tips That Will Take Your Fall Photography To A New Level – Photography Article

Are you ready for the fall season? Even though the calendar shows that we (in the Northern Hemisphere) have officially transitioned into fall, I realize that there are some places where the effects aren’t apparent yet.  Don’t fear — the crisp air and colorful leaves are coming. Fall is a photographer’s paradise and even if things haven’t quite turned the corner in your neck of the woods, it’s always good to be prepared. Grab Your Landscape Photography Cheat Sheet All…

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25 Stunning Autumn Images | Light Stalking – Photography Article

Many photographers would agree that autumn is the most photogenic of seasons. Shades of green become even more beautiful shades of red, brown and yellow, which makes autumn landscapes truly ravishing. Another great thing about autumn are misty mornings which give landscapes a magical otherworldly feel. Even if you’re not that much into landscape photography, you should give it a try during autumn season. Check out these 25 amazing examples of autumn pictures: :first-child { color: rgb(255, 255, 255); }#tve_editor…

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500px Blog » The basics of scenery photography: A deep dive into landscapes – Photography Article

In 1867, the photographer Timothy O’Sullivan explored and documented the American West as part of the federal-funded Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel. His photographs, among others, were disseminated widely throughout the United States, and for the first time, ordinary citizens experienced the breathtaking beauty of these wild, pristine landscapes. Many packed up and took railway trips to see the sites in person—in some cases, they would search for the exact spots where their favorite photos had been taken. Since…

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12 Tips for Stunning Fall Foliage Photos | Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

That soft, golden light that appears in the hour before sunset and after sunrise is a landscape photographer’s dream, no matter what their subject is! Fall foliage is even more beautiful bathed in this perfect golden light.  But don’t forget about Blue Hour – those fleeting moments after the sun goes down in the evening, or before it rises in the morning. The cooler air of that time of day adds a blue tone to the light.  And since blue…

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Which Way? When to Photograph in Portrait or Landscape Orientation – Photography Article

The standard camera sensor is rectangular in shape – a configuration that allows for both portrait and landscape orientations. But is landscape orientation crucial to the execution of a landscape photograph? Must portraiture always be photographed in portrait orientation? Plus, what if you’re photographing a subject that’s neither a portrait nor a landscape? What orientation works best? In this article, we’ll have a look at how to choose between a portrait or landscape orientation in photography. A bit of history…

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The Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 Lens for Sony – Photography Article

Sony lenses are notoriously expensive, so it’s a welcome relief that third-party manufacturers have been making solid E-Mount lenses. The Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 is one such lens. It is the highly anticipated follow-up to the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8, which was announced in 2018 and is almost always on backorder due to its popularity. After testing the Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8, I have no doubt that this lens will be equally popular. Read on to find out why. The Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8…

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Achieving the Perfect Starburst Effect – Photography Article

Adding a starburst effect to your images is a great way to spice things up and really grab the attention of your viewers. Seeing rays of light slice through your photo is one of the most enjoyable tricks to pull off, especially if you haven’t really done this sort of thing before. While some software programs let you do this on your computer, the real magic comes when you do it by knowing how to use your camera. Step 1:…

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Ten Things You Will Want to Practice Shooting in Summer – Photography Article

First published July 2010 Whether your summer is ending or just beginning, it is always a great time for photography. Summer means good times with friends and family, outdoor activities and vacations.  It’s also a great time to practice shooting different and new subject matters.  Grab Your Landscape Photography Cheat Sheet All of the information you need along with camera settings for cracking landscape photographs. Print it out and take it with you! Here are ten things you will want…

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500px Blog » Licensing Contributor Jelle Canipel talks landscape photography and exhibiting his work alongside Michiel Pieters and Joris Put – Photography Article

Licensing Contributor Jelle Canipel is a Belgian landscape and adventure photographer who connected with two other 500px Photographers—Michiel Pieters and Joris Put—to create an exhibition that combined elements of their heritage and photography, culminating in an interactive experience for their local community. Q: You have been on the platform for a number of years now, when did you first begin uploading your images and what inspired you to submit your first image to Licensing? A: In the beginning, as a…

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How to Capture Incredible Sunrise/Sunset Photos – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Bracketing Bracketing helps you capture more detail in the sky and in the foreground of your scene than you could otherwise. Bracketed images ares a series of photos at different exposures, then blended together in post-processing.  And the technique is ideal for sunrise/sunset photos where the sky is bright but the foreground is dark.  Here’s how to braket your photos.  If your camera features built-in bracketing, set it up according to your camera manual.  But if your camera lacks this feature,…

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Oregon and Washington Landscape Photography – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Seascape Photography and Aerial Video on the Oregon Coast The Pacific North West is by far one of my favorite places to capture images. I am excited to share this new vlog series with you all, where I cruise around with my girlfriend Jenny. Capturing Landscape Photography, Timelapse and Aerial video of Oregon and Washington. In this episode we head up the Southern Oregon coastline. We check out the beautiful redwoods and shoot a memorable sunset in Bandon. Capturing Flowers…

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The Photography Experience Of The Summer – Photography Article

The most basic requirement of taking a good photo is having a camera and for 100 years Olympus has been dedicated to getting as many people taking pictures as possible. Now they’re going one step further by teaming up with CreativeLive for an immersive online learning workshop streaming live August 14-16, 2019. Enjoy 3 free days of photography classes taught by a variety of outdoor and nature professionals covering topics such as location scouting, lens selection, light control, techniques for…

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500px Blog » » The Difference Between The Top Landscape Photographers and Everyone Else – Photography Article

Originally published: June 15, 2015; updated / re-published June 5, 2019 Hey, I am Manuel Becker and I am the founder of Locationscout, a platform for discovering & sharing amazing places for photographers. I am living in Germany near Cologne in the beautiful Rhineland. I love traveling and discovering all these beautiful places around the world. You can also find me on Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram, and, of course, here on 500px. A question that I often thought about when…

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Spotlight on Asian Heritage Month – Photography Article

Each week, members of the 500px team curate eye-catching photography from our talented and diverse community in Editors’ Choice. This week, we’re celebrating Asian Heritage Month. We’ve curated romantic, colorful, and emotional works from community members of Asian descent for this collection. Check out this week’s roundup of some of the most intriguing photography on 500px, handpicked by our Editors. Check out which photos are catching our Editors’… This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Sarah…

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