We take you from start to finish with our Ultimate Guides to Photography series
The coastline has drawn humanity to its shores throughout history, and now it draws photographers to its shores for purely aesthetic reasons. Capturing that coastal emotion in your beach photography can be tough to master, but our Ultimate Guide to beach photography will give you a headstart. Click here for more.
Buying a tripod can be a minefield of confusion. Dozens of brands, hundreds of models, and all manner of features, terminology, and variations that you don’t understand. We’ve separated the wheat from the chaff here though, bringing you the Ultimate Guide to Buying a Tripod. Read more here.
Here at Click and Learn Photography we’ve been very busy indeed. It’s not finished yet, but we’re currently writing a MASSIVE ebook that will cover everything you need to know about landscape photography. Register your interest for our Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography ebook here.
Autumn may feel a long way off in the height of summer, but it can creep up on the unprepared photographer quickly and be over in the blink of an eye. It’s not just for nature photographers either – Portrait, wedding, and street photographers can all take advantage of the season. Make the most of the beautiful autumn colour with our Ultimate Guide to Autumn and Fall Photography.
When it comes to equipment, travel photography is a very precise balancing act. Your travel photography gear needs to be both high quality and extremely portable. Click here for the perfectly assembled travel photography setup!
The days grow longer and the temperature warmer – Spring is here. There is plenty that spring offers to all manner of photographer, with a burst of colour injected into landscapes and street scenes alike. Read our Ultimate Guide to Spring Photography to make the most of this season.
Part 4 of our Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography takes us out on location, where we delve into the mysteries of finding an image and teach you to think like a landscape photographer! Read more here.
We’ve already discussed our favourite landscape photography cameras, but now it’s time to delve into the world of lenses. With so many available and a bunch of confusing acronyms it can be easy to get overwhelmed when researching a new lens, but we’ve got all the best lenses for landscape photography compiled into one easy list here!
The question I get asked most, by far, is which camera is best for the budding landscape photographer. As with everything there are many variables to consider, but here we’ve compiled a list of our favourite cameras for landscape photography to suit all budgets, with both DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras included too!
Part 3 of our Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography goes into detail on how to plan your perfect landscape photography expedition. We take advantage of a number of traditional and modern techniques to ensure that your photography outing goes as smoothly as possible! Read more here…
Standing in front of a powerful waterfall summons a feeling like none other, and naturally many photographers are compelled to try and capture this emotion in an image. Waterfall photography requires more thought than just pointing and shooting though, so read on for our Ultimate Guide to Waterfall Photography…
Forest photography is one of the most difficult photography genres to crack. The overwhelming chaos of the environment presents unique challenges, but ones that are well worth overcoming. Once you get forest photography right, it will keep you coming back for more. Read more here…
There’s a lot more to photography than having a nice camera. Part 2 of our Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography focuses on getting your camera settings right and learning how to use your camera in the field. Read more here.
Landscape photography isn’t all about the gear, but having the right equipment certainly helps to bring your vision to fruition. The first instalment in our Ultimate Guide to Landscape Photography focuses on just that.
The Exposure Triangle may seem a difficult concept, but it’s one of the most fundamental and important parts about photography. It’s nowhere near as complicated as it sounds here. Read our complete guide on the Exposure Triangle here.