Category Archive: Landscapes

Feb 07

9 Great Landscape Photography Tips

9 Great Landscape Photography Tips The Contest A couple of days ago I entered into a photography contest through the Arlington Museum of Art called Image as Art. The winners get a decent sum of money ($1,000 for first place) and the top 100 entries get the honor of being displayed in an exhibit which …

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Aug 21

Photographing Lightning

Photographing Lightning Of all the pictures I’ve taken, the picture included in this post is probably one of my favorites. It took over 250 pictures to get this one; I just sat there and kept taking pictures until I got that one shot. This particular photo used ISO 100, f/2.8, and a shutter speed of …

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Aug 13

Preview: Tilt Shift Photography

Tilt Shift Photography I recently discovered the phenomenon of tilt shift photography and have since tried my hand at the art.¬†This is actually a fake tilt shift, meaning it wasn’t created by a special lens, but instead was the product of photoshop. You may wonder how it works: When a photographer blurs the foreground and …

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Aug 13

Washington State: Seattle, The Space Needle, Hurricane Ridge, and Olympic National Park

Washington State: Seattle, The Space Needle, Hurricane Ridge, and Olympic National Park It’s been a while since my last post, but that is because it took so long to compile this one. In August I went on a vacation where we visited Crescent Lake, Washington, Seattle, the Space Needle in Seattle Washington, Hurricane Ridge, and …

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Jul 28

Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain Almost a year ago, in 2011, I went to Barcelona, Spain, with my family. It was my first time overseas and the culture and architecture simply amazed me. The flight to get there was a little traumatizing at a vicious ten-plus hours, but it was well worth it and I hope to go …

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