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Landscape Photography the Four Seasons

Using the focus-and-recompose technique

Being able to use your auto-focusing points to hone in on your subject is incredibly useful, but it comes with a major flaw: it relies on your subject falling perfectly under one of the camera’s AF points, and this isn’t always the case. As an example, let us say you were photographing a sweeping landscape […]

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Getting a sense of spring in your photos

One of the most challenging aspects of photography in spring is encapsulating a true sense of season in the wider landscape: which means creating a definite sense that a photograph was taken in spring, when the scene in question is a distant, sweeping view. This lush landscape doesn’t show the subtleties of spring, and so […]

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Perfecting snow white scenes

There are few things as pretty as waking up to a fresh coating of snow and, for many of us, it’s inspiring enough to yank us out of bed very early and get us out the door quickly, cameras and a fistful of memory cards in hand. However, the pure, bright simplicity of snow can […]

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Is Jack Frost nipping at your fingers, toes, and photos?

The sure sign that autumn is with us and winter is on its way is the arrival of frost, caused when moisture in the air freezes on contact with a cold surface. Frost is closely associated with early-morning photography, especially after a cloudless night has allowed the heat from the previous day to dissipate, leaving […]

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Capturing autumn's colours in abstract

Autumn’s complementary colours are perfect for creating beautiful abstract images, where colour, rather than an identifiable subject, becomes the main component of the shot. You might want to use a slow shutter speed to blur leaves as they move in a strong breeze against a deep blue sky (perhaps using a polarising filter to enrich […]

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