When it comes to landscape photography, if you had an unlimited budget you could splurge on all sorts of fancy bells-and-whistles equipment to enhance your experience. But since most of us don’t have a money tree growing in our back yards, it helps to know which photography equipment is essential for a landscape photographer, and […]

Getting Started in Landscape Photography – The Essential Gear

The 3 Landscape Photography Mistakes You Might Be Making

Having previously always considered myself a documentary-style photographer, I fell in love with landscape photography during a trip to the magnificent red centre of Australia, the Northern Territory. So now, heading out to the beach or into the bush with my camera is one of my favourite forms of creative self care. But as with […]

Landscape photography is a genre which takes time and patience, and nightscape photography takes even more time and patience! But with the right settings and a keen eye for composition, shooting nightscapes can actually be a fun and rewarding way to spend a couple of hours. With her camera in hand, Click Love Grow Instructor […]

5 Tips For Stunning Nightscape Photography

Travel & Landscape Photography – A Beginners Guide

I love travel and landscape photography, but when it comes to shooting those genres myself… let’s just say it’s lucky I’m good at portraits! So when we wanted to write an in depth guide to travel photography for beginners, we turned to Veraine Spiller, arguably our most travelled CLG grad. That experience shows in travel […]

How to Photograph a Winter Landscape I’d been wanting to write a piece about photographing a winter landscape for at least a couple of years. There was only one problem… I’ve never been to an extreme wintery kinda place with my camera, and I’m not planning to any time soon! Luckily, our Click Love Grow […]

A Guide to Winter Landscape Photography

Grad Community Stories {Mount Wellington, Tasmania, Australia}

photography lessons for women

  Can you tell by now how amazingly proud we are of our Grads and how much we love our ongoing community!  I think facebook needs to add a “beaming chest” emoji, I think I’d give it a fair work-out! But once our courses finish up, our students don’t go it alone, they jump over […]