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Jul
12
Creek Photography

Creek Photography

Originating from Wisconsin, Reid Northrup retired after 35 years of working for a Fortune 50 company to pursue his love
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Jul
12
Letting Go

Letting Go

Turning Photographs Into Art - Part 1 This is the first essay in a new series focused on turning photographs
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Jul
12
In Search of a Unicorn

In Search of a Unicorn

I’ve been plagued by nagging injuries most of my adult life—hand and wrist problems, bulging discs in my
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May
16
Competition Controversy

Competition Controversy

When the 2021 International Landscape Photographer of the Year (ILPOTY) awards were announced in early 2022, the internet had a
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May
16
Travel + Landscape Photography Dilemmas

Travel + Landscape Photography Dilemmas

In autumn last year, with pandemic travel restrictions finally easing, I, like many, was chomping at the bit to jump
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May
16
JPEG Only?

JPEG Only?

I'm very much one for decluttering and streamlining all facets of my life. And this means my photography as much
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May
16
The Importance of Critiques

The Importance of Critiques

One of the things that people rarely talk about in photography is the value of a critique. When I first
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Apr
12
Landscape Photography Goals

Landscape Photography Goals

In this article, Shannon Kalahan interviews landscape photographer Beth Young about her landscape photography goals for 2022. With a new
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Mar
18
Fog is my Friend

Fog is my Friend

In this article, Joseph Campisi shares his passion for misty landscapes and discusses how foggy conditions can transform a scene
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Feb
08
On the Philosophy of Landscape Photography

On the Philosophy of Landscape Photography

This is a philosophy of art essay by Roberto Roberti focusing on the influence of the Japanese concept of yugen
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