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The website is updated at least once a week, with personal journal records, the exciting news, photo workshop information, and fine art photograph collections.

Landscape of Canyonlands in the state of Utah in United States.
Landscape of Canyonlands in the state of Utah in United States.

The Twenty Latest Updates

To better share our passion for nature, we strive to release one new article onto the website each week. Our articles enable us to share ideas with our readers and reveal our paths in artistic photography.

To save time, we have listed only the last twenty updates to our website.

Every Friday we publish a news article or column while traveling. We do not have rules for our artistic photographs and photo courses.

A cloth camera blind is very suitable to photograph deer during the rut.

Why and How Photographing the Bugle of Deer using a Cloth Photo Blind

Why and How Photographing the Bugle of Deer using a Cloth Photo Blind The bugle of the deer is the inevitable fall event for wildlife photographers. You have certainly heard deer bugling not far from home. But photographing deer during this period is a real challenge in the wildness. I propose a…
Sep 27, 2019
The magic of dawn when the blue hour fades away.

Why and How: Developing a Photographic Consciousness - 2

Why and How: Developing a Photographic Consciousness – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. The magic of dawn when the blue hour fades away. A Definition of Photographic Consciousness Above all, it is necessary to define the word “consciousness”. By definition, “consciousness” is…
Sep 20, 2019
The magic of conceptual photography. A photo from the 'Illusions' art prints collection.

Why and How: Developing a Photographic Consciousness – Part 1

Why and How: Developing a Photographic Consciousness – Part 1 Your passion may lie in terrestrial or underwater photography. Or perhaps photography is your hobby, a way to relax and escape the stress of your daily activities. You may have reached the limits of your creativity, and yet, desire to…
Sep 13, 2019
Black and white landscape photograph of Zabriskie Point in Death Valley, United States.

Why and How Reading, Appreciating a Photograph

Why and How to Read, Appreciate a Nature Photograph You certainly look at hundreds of photographs daily. Whether for your personal projects, professional or in the articles you link, your attention is constantly captured by images. But do you really read a photograph? Do you know how to appreciate…
Sep 06, 2019
Black and white photograph of a landscape of Antelope Island in the state of Utah in the United States.

How to Judge a Photograph and Why

How to Judge a Photo and Why In the article entitled "Why and how to analyze a photograph", you will learn about both my method and my reading grid, which enables the photographer to systematically and objectively analyze a nature photograph. In this article, I propose a method that allows the…
Aug 30, 2019
Photograph in Black and White of Poles planted in a Pond. Conceptual Photograph.

Why and How to Analyze a Photograph of Nature - 2

Why and How to Analyze a Photograph of Nature – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. Photograph in Black and White of Poles planted in a Pond. Conceptual Photograph. The Third Step: The Contextualization of The Photograph This contextualization of a photograph can be likened in a…
Aug 08, 2019
Photograph in black and white of Upper Antelop Canyon in Arizona.

Why and How to Analyze a Photograph of Nature - 1

Why and How to Analyze a Photograph of Nature – Part 1 Every day, you will certainly look for your photographic inspiration by looking at websites or by turning the pages of photography books. You analyze and judge the photographs you see. You are trying to determine why you like certain pictures…
Aug 02, 2019
Photograph of a sailing stone in Death Valley. Two days were needed to create it.

Why and How Storytelling Can Transform a Nature Photograph - 2

Why and How Storytelling Can Transform a Nature Photograph – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. Photograph of a sailing stone in Death Valley. Two days were needed to create it. An Example of Photographic Storytelling Photograph of a young Ibex in the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia…
Jul 26, 2019
This photograph of a 2-day old gelada required a week-long trip to the Simien Highlands in Ethiopia.

Why and How Storytelling Can Transform a Nature Photograph - 1

Why and How Storytelling Can Transform A Nature Photograph – Part 1 You may believe that creating interesting photographs of nature depends on how the general photo project is defined, or your photographic identity, or your personal mastery of a camera. I think that these elements are necessary,…
Jul 19, 2019
This photograph of a red deer stag during the bugle is balanced in masses. No area is swinging in one direction or the other.

Why and How Mastering Masses in Nature Photography

Why and How Mastering Masses in Nature Photography When you create a nature photograph, you must be very attentive to the balance of the masses or you will have a bad photo. This concept of mass is very important and even essential because it improves and facilitates the reading of your…
Jun 21, 2019
Landscape in black and white of the Grand Canyon in Arizona.

Why and How Finalizing the Creation of Artistic Photographs - 2

Why and How: Finalizing the Creation of Artistic Photographs – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. Landscape in black and white of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Do Not Hesitate to Frame Your Works The third phase for the preparation of a photo exhibition concerns the choice of…
Jun 14, 2019
Landscape in black and white of Island in the Sky in Canyon Lands in Utah.

Why and How Finalizing the Creation of Artistic Photographs - 1

Why and How: Finalizing the creation of artistic photographs – Part 1 Let’s say you have begun working on an exciting new photographic project. You have now established the first installment of an interesting series. Through this work, you have defined and applied your artistic approach. Perhaps…
May 31, 2019
The Tana waterfall on Blue Nile in Ethiopia is a perfect landscape for black and white photography.

Why and How Photographing Landscapes in Black and White - 2

Why and How Photographing Landscapes in Black and White – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. The Tana waterfall on Blue Nile in Ethiopia is a perfect landscape for black and white photography. Keep Mass Balances in Mind In a photograph, a mass is an area that is rather dark. We…
May 03, 2019
This photograph of bald cypresses is perfectly adapted to black and white photography.

Why and How Photographing Landscapes in Black and White - 1

Why and How Photographing Landscapes in Black and White – Part 1 You may photograph landscapes. If so, you are probably wondering whether you should develop your photographs in black and white rather than color. The answer to this fundamental question is that black and white allows you to give a…
Apr 26, 2019
The look of that manta ray show curiosity.

Why and How Photographing the Expression of a Wild Animal - 2

Why and How Photographing the Expression of a Wild Animal – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. The look of that manta ray show curiosity. Breaking the Rule of Thirds Creating contact with the eyes of an animal immediately catches the attention of the viewer of a photograph.…
Apr 19, 2019
The look of this young ibex with the catchlight in the eye is very evocative.

Why and How Photographing the Expression of a Wild Animal - 1

Why and How Photographing the Expression of a Wild Animal – Part 1 Do you want to create interesting wildlife photographs that impact your viewers? Focusing on the expression terrestrial or aquatic animals is one of the techniques that I use. In this article, I'm going to explain a few techniques…
Apr 12, 2019
Landscape photography requires great mastery to use photographic language (bisons in a meadow under a cloudy sky).

Why and How Speaking in the Language of Photography - 2

Why and How Speaking in the Language of Photography - Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. Landscape photography requires great mastery to use photographic language (bisons in a meadow under a cloudy sky). Artistic Photography Has Two Dimensions Artistic photographs have two very…
Apr 05, 2019
Underwater photography requires great mastery to use the photographic language (goby on a hard coral).

Why and How Speaking in the Language of Photography - 1

Why and How Speaking in the Language of Photography - Part 1 As I said in this article, photography is a means of artistic expression. It has a language. Like with any language, the author must be able to precisely wield the grammar rules. Underwater photography requires great mastery to use the…
Mar 29, 2019
A landscape of Yellowstone in winter.

Why and How Photographing Yellowstone in Winter - 2

Why and How Photographing Yellowstone in Winter – Part 2 Click Here to Read the Part I of the Article. A landscape of Yellowstone in winter. A Special Atmosphere Because of the Snow and the Cold Winter is an extraordinary season to discover Yellowstone. The very low temperatures discourage many…
Mar 22, 2019
A female pronghorn in Yellowstone in winter.

Why and How Photographing Yellowstone in Winter - 1

Why and How Photographing Yellowstone in Winter – Part 1 You are certainly familiar with Yellowstone National Park in the state of Wyoming in the United States. It is an extraordinary place for landscape or wildlife photography in any time of year. It is also the largest caldera in the world. Every…
Mar 15, 2019

 

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