Articles by Erin

New Article about Deciding if a Photo is Ready to Share

New Article about Deciding if a Photo is Ready to Share

"How to Decide if Your New Photo is Ready for the Eyes of the World" by Erin Babnik Should you share that new photo now or ever? My newest article for Photo Cascadia offers some suggestions for deciding if a photo is 'done' and when (or even if) you should show it to...

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New Article about Creative Uses of Extreme Focal Lengths

New Article about Creative Uses of Extreme Focal Lengths

"Creative Uses of Extreme Focal Lengths for Landscape Photography" by Erin Babnik My newest article has been published on the Canon USA website. Why did certain focal lengths become traditional? How can extreme focal lengths represent the 'mind's eye'? Read the...

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New Article about Color Theory in Landscape Photography

New Article about Color Theory in Landscape Photography

"Creative Applications of Color Theory in Landscape Photography" My newest article takes an unusual approach to the topic of color theory. Using six creative goals that are common in landscape photography, I draw upon color theory to explain how it can be helpful in...

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New Article about the End Uses of Landscape Photographs

New Article about the End Uses of Landscape Photographs

"Does that Landscape Photograph Belong in a Museum?" by Erin Babnik My newest article is now out on the Photo Cascadia website. In this article, I question the idea that fine art landscape photographs should cater to the traditions of interior decor. Is there life for...

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New Article about Developing as an Artist through Exploration

New Article about Developing as an Artist through Exploration

"Exploration for Landscape Photography: Going Further and Finding Yourself" by Erin Babnik My newest article has been published on the Canon USA website. In this article, I delve into a topic that is near and dear to me, one that I touched on in the very first article...

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New Article on the Pitfalls of Perfection in Photography

New Article on the Pitfalls of Perfection in Photography

The Big Picture: Why Perfect Technique Does Not Always Improve a Photograph My newest article for Photo Cascadia discusses the concept of the "good lie" in photography education and why the pursuit of perfect technique can sometimes lead us astray...click through to...

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New Article on Going Pro as a Landscape Photographer

New Article on Going Pro as a Landscape Photographer

'Going Pro': Is Landscape Photography Your Calling? In my latest article for Photo Cascadia, I offer some insights on the business of landscape photography: the lifestyle, the art, the money, the rewards...click through to read all about it.

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