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Video Pick - Landscape Photography Tips from David Oliver

Summer vacations for photographers are great opportunities for us to shoot more landscapes. Nature is dressing up in all its finery this time of year, and there are many aspects to capture in images. We found this informative how-to video of David Oliver sharing his tips and techniques for better landscape photos.



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Reader Comments (3)

Nice interview. Would love to get a chance to go shoot over in Europe in the locations he was talking about. Thank you David for taking some time to do and interview for the site.
June 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterFrank Bicking
Stunning photo of the bridge and the bikini and the walker. Very painterly looking. I don't take too many landscape photos, but I really love the combo of landscape with people.

June 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKatarina Kojic
Good Morning Editor,

Just received your nice email with some great info on fireworks. Noticed
you also had some links after the article; one in particular to a "landscape Photographer's"
tips. As an instructional website, and area of higher learning, your choise of how
to display that information was terrible. Landscape photography is "NOT" handheld
by anyone I know. And I've been shooting landscapes professionally for 20 years. Come on,
the whole video was an advertisment for nikon and not an instructional/information piece. I
thought it was in poor taste.
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