Category Archives: Travel Photography

I demand compensation!

During these short winter days, the lighting can sometimes be wonderful, but it can sometimes hinder photography.  It’s the overcast days where it can hinder.  The reason is the much higher level of brightness that an overcast sky has compared to the brightness of the foreground.  Your camera tries hard to average out the scene’s […]

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Large scale, or scale model?

When I talk to people who want to improve their landscape photography, they often ask me how they should go about choosing the subject.  We are surrounded by so many possible subjects it’s sometimes hard to know where to start.   I suggest they put down their camera and look very carefully at the landscape.  Doing […]

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