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. Here are ten things you will want to practice shooting […]
Where were you the last time you had a minor (or major) meltdown over your gear? Have you missed a magic moment sunrise or sunset shoot by five minutes? What about those items that get ‘lost’ in your camera bag the moment you need them? Or, what about that time you had to leave a […]
Seascape photography is a sub-genre of landscape photography and in this sense, it is quite similar to classic landscapes. Apart from the sea or ocean, seascape photos can also depict sky, clouds, rocks and stones, beaches and coastal flora and fauna. When you shoot seascapes, you have to be aware of the ever-moving waves since […]
Over the years, low light landscape photography has come to dominate my interest in the craft and increasingly there is a larger portion of Light Stalking readers for whom the same is true. And if the rise of certain magazines such as Outdoor Photographer and the popularity of such images on social media is anything […]
Have you ever looked at a landscape photo and gone “WOW”? Here are 3 surefire tips to get you started in landscape photography
Harsh light at the beach is one of the most challenging situation you can be in as a photographer. Here’s how to take photos in harsh lighting at the beach.