Archive | Landscape Photography

What’s With Your Horizons?

So, can I be honest with you for a second? Of course I can. This is my website and you’re just living in it. But, that’s actually a good thing because my goal is to help you with your photography so you can become a better photographer overall! So, three cheers for that. What I’ve […]

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How to Photograph Star Trails

When I started Photography Roundtable, I wanted to create usable content that you could use to help you create stunning images and most importantly, photographs you could be proud to show off. One of the most effective ways of doing that is creative video content. Just recently, I’ve had the time to do just that. […]

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The Photography Backpacking List

Who doesn’t love the great American past time of camping? Well, a lot of people don’t like to camp, but sometimes a photographer has to do what a photographer has to do! You can’t always be stuck in a city shooting concrete sidewalks. Sometimes you have to get away from it all and get into […]

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Using Vignettes in Landscape Photography

Vignettes are nothing new in photography. In fact, the technique of using vignettes in landscape photography is nothing new either. Photographers have always used vignettes to pull attention to specific portions of a photograph. Take a look at your favorite photographer’s portfolio. It’s probably got vignettes in 50% of the photos. Vignettes in landscape photography […]

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The Truth About HDR Photography

The truth about HDR photography is that every photographer uses it in one capacity or another. Now, I can hear many photographers getting angry already, so let me clarify that slightly. Not all photographer use HDR all of the time, but they will use it at least some of the time. Is that better? If […]

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Hyperfocal Focusing and Photography

Hyperfocal focusing is a very important technique that can be used in landscape photography. It is the amount of sharp focus that photographers can get in the entire photograph. There are countless situations in which photographers have to know how much of an image they can get into the acceptable line of focus. Hyperfocal focusing […]

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The Ethics of Landscape Photography

As high quality digital cameras have become more and more accessible in the recent years, the number of people who consider themselves to be serious landscape photographers—whether they be hobbyists, professionals, or somewhere in between—has steadily grown. With this increased interest and participation in landscape photography, as well as the ease with which photographers can […]

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