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Making and Understanding Great Landscape Photos

When people begin photography, one typical question they ask is what makes a great landscape photo and what doesn’t?  Why do some photos jump out and others don’t? Why do professional photographers create great landscapes and how can I do the same? These should be any aspiring photographers thought. We aim to explore these questions. […]

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Landscape Photography

Top 10 Landscape Photography Locations In Australia & Nz

Landscape Photography revolves around the effort passionate photographers make in order to capture and showcase the vast beauty of nature with their cameras. Due to the stillness landscapes have, they were the first photography related subject in the early time of photography, where sensitive materials were pretty slow in comparison to what we have nowadays. […]

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Traveling Photography Best Practices, No Matter Your Style

  Travel and Photography, what a beautiful blend of guilty pleasures. Frankly I get an eerie feeling when I hear photographers saying that they are exclusively “travel photographers”. The reason why this triggers uneasy feelings in my mind, is because I find this statement as a little bit too pretentious for my taste. It is […]

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A Good Companion In Life

  Photography is a beautiful hobby to be a good companion in life no matter in what stage of it you are currently in. As in all disciplines, is very important to have a great guide to introduce you to it. Here at One Stop Photo Workshops we offer One-to-One trainings so you can learn […]

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Aerial Photograph of the Great Barrier Reef by Rod Thomas

Looking for a quick list of Aerial Photography tips?

By Ricardo Da Cunha Keep the following tips handy with you next time you’re fortunate enough to capture some images from the air! 1. Shoot using the following base settings: aperture – f/5.6; shutter speed – 1/800 (set to this using TV priority mode) and set the ISO to whatever is required to achieve the […]

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The Use of Light in Landscape Photography

By Ricardo Da Cunha   Along with composition, the quality of light is perhaps the most important factor affecting the success of a landscape photograph. Whilst composition can be completely controlled, good quality light on the other hand cannot. We can however control the direction of the light and therefore use the optimum angle of […]

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