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Capture Better Landscape Pictures, 9# Tips to Create Super Results

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We have all done it – taken a picture when out in the beautiful countryside only to be disappointed when we look at it in the cold light of day. You probably feel that the camera did not capture what you saw and felt and, well, it just doesn’t look that good. Now here’s the crunch, a picture that doesn’t communicate your feeling and the moment is less about the camera and the poor light, and more about what you included in the image and how you took it. After all, cooks do not say that the great food they served was because they own an excellent oven and knives. Good photography is like good cooking - more about how and what you do than the tools you use. So, here’s a few tips that may help you create beautiful landscape pictures that you will enjoy sharing with your friends and family.
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Richard

Four Types of Camera, Which one Works Best for You?

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Have you wondered what camera would be best for you when in the outdoors? Should you use a smartphone or upgrade to a compact, DSLR or mirrorless camera?

This blog post is my personal view of which cameras are best for taking pictures when you are in the outdoors, based on my own experience and the research I did when recently buying a camera.

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Richard

5 Recommendations for Taking Your DSLR Camera for a Walk

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I like to take a camera with me when I walk. Sometimes it’s a comfort blanket in case I come across something that I just must capture and share. At other times, I need a camera to take pictures for a new iFootpath walk or perhaps to gather some more snaps to add to an iFootpath walk Gallery.

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Claire

Competition Time: Win Prizes for your iFootpath Photos

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Earlier this month we shared a blog post about Nature Bathing, explaining our nine key principles for properly immersing yourself in an iFootpath walk. Now we’d like to see your Nature Bathing in action. Upload photos of you enjoying some iFootpath Nature Bathing into the iFootpath Gallery and you could win one of our many prizes…
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Richard

iFootpath Expert: Sharing Pictures to the Walk Galleries

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It is estimated (by Deloitte) that globally 3.5 million photos are shared every minute… and people love them. This iFootpath Expert article explains how you can share your walking pictures with others by uploading them to the iFootpath walk Galleries – there’s a Gallery for every walk and an audience waiting to view them.

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Richard

Get the Right Software, Create the Right Image…

Get the Right Software, Create the Right Image…

In this series of blog posts we have taken a look at how microstock may be an attractive place for you to sell your pictures, how copyright and quality come before all else and how you can streamline your upload process to multiple microstock sites. In this instalment, I wanted to let you know a little about the software that I use to process my images for microstock sites and for use on iFootpath, with a hope that this will help you produce great images from your walks.

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