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5 Simple Tips for Cavern Photography. Cave Photography Tips by Prathap. Luray Caverns in West Virginia. Nature Photography Simplified.

5 Simple Tips To Make Better Cavern Photographs

Have you ever been to a Cavern? Caverns are so exceptional. Our first ever visit to caverns was the Luray caverns in West Virginia. It was a mesmerizing experience for sure. The formations were brilliant and the story behind them is spell-binding. Photographing caverns is like photographing Switzerland. Wherever you point your camera, you will […]

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Post Processing Tips for Panorama Photographs in Adobe Photoshop. creating stunning panorama photographs. Nature, Landscape, Bird, and Wildlife Photography by Prathap.

Post Processing Tips for Panorama Photographs in Adobe Photoshop

While the previous article dealt with creating stunning panorama photographs, this article deals with stitching the multiple photographs together to create panorama in Adobe Photoshop software. So, assuming that you took multiple photographs to create panorama following all the necessary steps as described in the previous article, let us jump into post processing steps. Note: […]

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Nature Photography Simplified by Prathap. Horizontal and Vertical Composition Techniques. Fall Foliage on the way to Agate Waterfalls in Upper Peninsula, Upper Michigan

Horizontal and Vertical Composition Techniques – Which is Best for You?

In the previous article we looked at the most important aspect to consider while composing a photograph, especially a Landscape Photograph. Today let us look at 2 very basic composition techniques –Horizontal and Vertical. Horizontal and Vertical composition techniques helps you to change the look and feel of the image. There are certain qualities that […]

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5 Photography Composition Techniques to Improve Your Photography

Photographic composition is probably the most important of all Photography concepts. Without composition there is just chaos! Let us consider an example to see why composition is important. Imagine you enter a meeting or conference room in your office or college. What is the first thing that goes to your mind? Where to sit…right? What […]

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Best Nature Photos.Foggy morning scene in Skyline Drive Blue Ridge Parkway Motor driveway in Shenandoah National Park, West Virginia, US. Nature, Wildlife, Bird, and Landscape Photography by Prathap.

Leading Lines: Easiest Photography Composition Technique for Landscape Photography

Leading line composition technique is the easiest to understand and apply in Landscape photography. In fact, we compose some of the photographs using leading line composition technique unknowingly! You would have done that too…It comes to us naturally. Let me make you believe it using an example. Imagine you are driving through a forest and […]

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7 Tips to Create Stunning Photographs of Waterfalls

Today you will learn the 7 easy tips to create the stunning waterfall photographs. From the smallest creeks to the biggest waterfalls, waterfall photography is always rewarding. However, there is one common thing in all these waterfalls photographs that makes them so beautiful and attractive. It is the inherent simplicity that makes these waterfalls so wonderful […]

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The Rule Of Thirds: Most widely used Photography Composition Technique in Landscape Photography

The Rule of Thirds is the most widely used photography composition technique in landscape photography because of its simplicity and ease of application. It is a no-brainer formula to produce compelling landscape images. The Rule of Thirds is generally used along with other photography composition techniques like Leading Lines, Diagonal Lines, Framing, and Patterns. I […]

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