Nature and Landscape

A Lesson in Long Exposure Landscapes

By: Michelle Ecker on February 24 2016.

The New York Institute of Photography is the world’s largest online photography school, and because we are, we often publish fun and useful photography tips on…
How to Photograph Butterflies

By: Chris Corradino on March 24 2015.

The New York Institute of Photography is the world’s largest online photography school, and because we are, we often publish fun and useful photography tips. Please enjoy!
A Lesson in Photographing Waterfalls

By: Chris Corradino on March 10 2015.

The New York Institute of Photography is the world’s largest online photography school, and because we are, we often publish fun and useful photography tips. Please enjoy!
A Lesson in Capturing Reflections

By: Chris Corradino on March 3 2015.

The New York Institute of Photography is the world’s largest online photography school, and because we are, we often publish fun and useful photography tips. Please enjoy!
Landscape Photography: ND Grad Filters

By: Anthony Luke on April 16 2014.

"The sky is the daily bread of the eyes." — Ralph Waldo Emerson Do you want to take landscape images to the next level? Make use of graduated neutral density…
How to Take Portraits in Patches of Wildflowers

By: Jenna Andersen on March 4 2014.

You’re driving down the road in early spring after a long dark winter. Off to your left you see a patch of colorful wildflowers, and you immediately start thinking about…
Jim Edds New Hurricane Ebook

By: NYIP Staff on September 28 2012.

Editor's Note: I’ve been following Jim’s career ever since the day, probably 10…
Photographing Dogs

By: Jerry Rice on June 25 2012.

Beach Photo Tips

By: NYIP Staff on May 27 2012.

Pet Photography 101

By: NYIP Staff on April 15 2012.

Seven Habits of the Successful Pet Photographer Whether they're cute or ferocious, you want to immortalize your family pet on film. Don't worry if your Beagle, Siamese, or Iguana is…