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Landscape Photography

It’s no secret why many amateur and professional photographers fall in love with landscape photography – not only does it showcase Earth’s natural beauty, but it’s some of the easiest and most majestic subjects to photograph. We share some of the top techniques, tutorials and stories of professional landscape photographers.

Formatt-Hitech Firecrest ND Filters for Long-Exposure Photos

These filters are made from durable 2mm thick Schott Superwhite glass that is treated with a rare earth metal coating process (it is applied directly to the glass through an electrolyte process). Unlike the tradition resin dye, Firecrest glass filters are hyper-neutral across the visible light and UV spectrums, and also remove more IR contamination than any other filter, allowing you to capture high-quality long exposure photos.

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Hoe maak ek met die horison in my landskapfoto’s?

Die plasing van die horison speel ’n belangrike rol in die uitkoms van jou landskapfoto’s, so dink twee keer voor jy dit weer reg in die middel plaas… Professionele fotograaf en safari gids, Villiers Steyn van Vision Photography in die Laeveld wys ons hoe om die horison tot jou voordeel te gebruik.

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Wouda Interviews Local Photographer Maryna Cotton

In this blog, Maryna Cotton from Photowise Studio talks us through star trails. She believes that people find it captivating, as it’s physical proof that our planet is spinning around an axis. Essentially, you can see time fly. A technique as old as [...]

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Super Full Moon 14 November 2016

What is a Super Moon? A Supermoon occurs when the centre of the moon is less than 360,000 kilometers from the centre of the earth. This causes the moon to look about 7% larger and 16% brighter than the average [...]

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Panoramas – Storytelling on a Wider Scale

Panoramas have been around for a long time. Some of the most famous early panoramas were assembled by George N. Barnard, a photographer for the Union Army in the American Civil War in the 1860s. If your camera has a panoramic mode - use [...]

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Pondering Landscape Photography

Not the usual landscape photography lesson... “Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer, and often the supreme disappointment.” – Ansel Adams Photo Credit - Maryna Cotton (Photowise) Programmed to Recognise the Beauty of Creation It is [...]

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