So many photography tutorials
December 6, 2012
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From Canada to Australia to Oxford links and tutorials to keep you occupied. Toad Hollow Photography to Lightstalking to you how great is that
As fall begins to settle in Toad Hollow Photography searches high and low online to find the very best links to tutorials, great photography and interesting blogs to share with everyone. This week’s list features some fabulous pieces as posted by some of the truly talented photographers that the Toad encountered during this week’s adventures. We really hope you enjoy reading these posts and seeing some of these awesome images as much as the Toad did in bringing this list to you.
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A Detailed Guide to Photographing Fall Foliage – the term detailed doesn’t even begin to describe the incredible depth this article goes into in terms of sharing tips and tricks for great fall photography. A large series of incredible photographs illustrates all the points mentioned, making for a complete and authoritative online guide to this type of image creation.
Quick Photo Tip: Be An Observer Of Your Surroundings – once again Joe Baraban shares some insight into capturing one of those “OMG” photos that we all strive for. Sometimes the simplest lessons contain the biggest rewards, and this article discusses this facet of photography. One of the best parts of this post is Joe’s incredible imagery that he shares to illustrate his point.
Iceland by Michael Schlegel – epic and dramatic landscape shots are presented in this post that features the black-and-white photography of Michael Schlegel. Iceland is a very unique place and these incredible photographs shares some of the vistas that have given it this reputation. Michael’s incredible compositions share a sense of scale in some of these shots, and removes it in others. Definitely a collection you won’t want to miss in this week’s links list!