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Lost in a Fog

Ed explains why he loves photographing in the fog and how it adds mood and mystery to your photographs

Dark moody forest scene with green trees and darkness

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Why do we photograph? It’s a simple enough question. There are a variety of reasons. Most landscape photographers will tell you that it’s in order to be outdoors and enjoy the natural world. I’ve never felt comfortable with that answer. Closer to the truth are artists who will tell you they cannot not do what …

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Autumn Snowstorm, Yosemite National Park, California 2015

Thinking in Themes

Bill shares his thoughts on improving your photography portfolio by organizing into themes, by finding what you are passionate about to show off your vision.

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Connecting With Our Audience

Chris discusses why having an audience with whom to communicate and share our work, our ideas and emotions, is an integral part of the creative process.

Seasons On The Edge (4 Of 10)

Seasons on the Edge

Ed shows us how the edges of seasons are his favorite and can help you add depth to your portfolio.

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