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Noted: How to Create Amazing Urban Landscape and Street Photography Images via Digital Photography School

August 17th, 2014

How to Create Amazing Urban Landscape and Street Photography Images via Digital Photography School

How to Create Amazing Urban Landscape and Street Photography Images via Digital Photography School

Many of us live in cities nowadays, in fact almost 80% of the world’s population lives in, or near, a large city. While it is fantastic to be out in nature, photographing the remote seascape scenes or the snow capped mountains, that is not possible for most photographers, everyday. That might mean that you don’t photograph for weeks at a time. As you probably know by now, to make big improvements in your photography you need to practice, practice, and practice some more.

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