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Best Nature Photos.Manabezho falls in Porcupine Mountains Wilderness Park, Upper Peninsula, Michigan, USA . Migratory Birds. National Bird and Animal of America. Nature, Wildlife, Bird, and Landscape Photography by Prathap.

Day #9: Manabezho Falls in Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

The Photo Manabezho Falls in Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Upper Peninsula, USA. Facts from Wiki Manabezho Falls is a waterfall on the Presque Isle River and is located in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Gogebic County, Michigan. With a drop of approximately 25 feet and a crest of 150 feet, it is the largest of the waterfalls on […]

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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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