Last year Ed Heaton did a guest post about composition and I really like the way he teaches. While he might be talking about "landscape photography being more than just shooting some nice looking natural scenery" his tips in this Tamron Tipcast apply to almost every photographic specialty.
For example, you might be a wedding photographer and details are a significant part of the wedding day story. The seven tips Ed gives, as he isolates various aspects of shooting landscape, apply to capturing a ring shot or a bottle of champagne, just as much as the iris in the image to the left.
A big thanks to Ed and Tamron for another Tech Tip, adding to the arsenal of great information they've built, along with great "glass", to help you raise the bar on the quality of your images.
If you're looking to see more of Ed's work, one trip to his website will take you on a visual adventure in outdoor photography. He's also got three more workshops coming up in the Fall, all of them anticipated to be pretty amazing. He's going to be teaching in the Grand Tetons, New River Gorge in West Virginia and Kanab, Utah.Check out his workshop schedule for more information.