A few simple tips for you to take your landscape images to the next level!
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  1. امير السامرائي

    First you have to learn how to hold the camera. lool 😠

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  2. Nicole Bailey

    I'm going to bring some light to all these nasty comments and say thank you for showing the sooc and the processed raw. this really encouraged to work A LOT more on my images. it doesn't have to have all that gorgeous color right out of the gate. thank you for showing us this!

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  3. Snowdonia Rider

    Was there a point making a video out of this footage with the battery dieing? Why not re shoot with a full battery or don't do a beginners mistake and go out without a spare!

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  4. Priyajit pk Kundu

    can I take landscape photo with Nikon d5200 with 35mm prime lens?

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  5. Matt Pereira

    Tips to take Landscape to the next level – do you think beginners care about 12 vs 13 stops of Dynamic Range ??? Seriously ?

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  6. Jordy Blackbourn

    I have a Sony a6000 and I don't know how to this slr stuff on to the mirror less

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  7. Faris Ghazali

    Nice tutorial for newbie like myself! I'm really into photography right now… For anyone new, I just found this free class on color management for design, photography and the web http://skl.sh/2aqd8bi , hope that helps!

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  8. Nevaeh Seals

    Where did you get your camera and how much was it? I am trying to start photography and trying to decide what camera to get.

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  9. Brandt Aicher

    Can someone tell me what software he used to process the raw file?

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  10. Nikhil Kochrekar

    Hey SLR lounge team I am a 16 years old guy .I love Photography but I can't afford a camera. I have watched almost all of your videos I just wanted to know if there is anyway I can get a camera for free. If someone gives me an option between my crush and a DSLR then I will obviously choose a DSLR because I love photography so badly..
    waiting for your reply.
    hoping for reply.

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  11. Clipping path Lab

    I have struggled with this subject for some time, I even took a class on the basics of photography, and I was just not getting it. Now after seeing the image that you posted, it all is very clear to me, and my understanding is becoming more clear, thank you very much!!

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  12. Anthony Foley

    What version of the mefoto tripod did you use??? Not sure which model to buy

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  13. Christopher Hall

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME? IF YOU KNOW YOU'RE MAKING A PHOTOGRAPHY TUTORIAL, YOU CHARGE UP YOUR BATTERY AND ALWAYS BRING A BACK UP! THIS VIDEO SHOULD HAVE SIMPLY BEEN DELETED.

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  14. Ray Aamir

    Photography tips – a beginner's guide. ALWAYS carry extra batteries 😐

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  15. Juan Carlos Lopez

    Great info!  Excellent tips!!!  But take a relaxing tea before.  😉   Very hyper !!!

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