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Landscape photographers live and die with good light. It is the pursuit of light that moves us further into the landscape. But does photographing amazing light always translate to amazing photographs? Most of us know that is rarely the case. Light alone cannot carry your photograph. A good landscape photograph is made up of two halves: light and image composition. No matter what you end up photographing, how you compose your image is very important. So, understanding what image composition is, how to support your subject, and 5 approaches to use in the field, will give you the tools to create stunning landscape photos. Find out more in this free eCourse.
My name is Scott and I am a passionate, self-taught, Saskatchewan born, landscape photographer focused on nature and night photography. I spend my free time photographing scenes across Western Canada. Landscape photography is a way for me to connect to the land not just physically but emotionally and spiritually. For me, all of nature points to something much bigger than myself.
Be it through teaching photography workshops, YouTube, fine art prints, or simply enjoying my landscape photography, I want you to experience nature. To connect with the majesty and beauty of God’s creation. Maybe you want to be a better photographer, or you’re here to look at landscape, nature, and night photography. Whatever the reason was that brought you here, I hope I can help you the best that I can! The best place to start is by signing up for my newsletter, it is where I send out some of the juiciest stuff. I’ll start you off with FREE eCourse once you sign-up. After that, you can expect new photos, tips, and tricks and of course, hefty discounts on any new workshops or tutorials. Join the hundreds of people already signed up and let me help you move forward in your photography.
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Ice and Snow | Winter Photography
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