Let it blow

If you are an outdoors photographer, sooner or later you're going to have to deal with less than favourable weather conditions. Rain, snow, cold and heat can all test our resilience, but nothing wears me down faster than wind. On a recent mid-winter...
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Capture Sharper Landscapes

Most digital images benefit from some post-capture sharpening. Digital camera sensors and lenses always blur an image to some degree and to correct this, photo-software like Photoshop has a range of sharpening options like unsharp mask, smart sharpen...
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White Balance

One of the basic tools we photographers have for controlling how the colours look in our images is the white balance adjustment. We set the white balance to remove unwanted colour casts (so that white objects appear white), or sometimes to add a colo...
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How to Photograph a Waterfall

Moving water is a favourite subject for landscape photographers. You’ll see it used to creative effect in coastal scenes and of course in images of waterfalls and cascades. A big part of the attraction is the creative possibilities that moving water ...
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Capturing Golden Light

Published in the February 2012 issue of Australian Photography magazine It’s no secret that good light is a fundamental ingredient in landscape photography. Take a look at any successful landscape photographer’s portfolio and you’ll see that a lot o...
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