Why Every Landscape Photographer Should USe Filters – Still!

How to Photograph Waterfalls

7 Advantages of Using Tilt Shift Lenses

Beyond the Rectangle: There is More to Photography than the 3:2 Ratio

Shooting Blind for Better Action Portraits of Dogs

Telephoto Lenses for High Impact Landscape Imagery

Filter Tutorials

The Minimal Upgrade

RAW VS JPEG: Take the Quiz!

Winter Blues: Enhancing Mood in Monochrome

How to Create Great Nature Photos No Matter Where You Live

How to Choose the Perfect Backpacking and Travel Tripod

Painting with Time – Using ND filters for Creative Long Exposure Effects

Lee Holder vs Cokin Z-Pro Holder

Fingers in Pies – Podcast with Darwin and Samantha

Why I’ll Never Be an Actor

Sigma 50-500mm f4.5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM Lens Review – A Field Test

Sigma 17-50mm f2.8 vs Canon 17-55mm f2.8 and Tamron 17-50mm f2.8

How to Choose a Tripod

Sigma 85mm f1.4 vs Canon 85mm f1.2L II

A Little Fun with Sam and Darwin – Holga Blog Interview

Jeff Bartlett’s Interview with Darwin Wiggett

Samsung EX1/TL500 Review – A Canon G11/G12 Killer?

A Field Review of the Sigma DP1x

Mega-Pixel, Mega-Wide, Mega-View Landscape Photos

Tilt Shift Lens: A Podcast With Darwin Wiggett

Singh-Ray’s Trio of Variable Density Filters: Which one is right for you?

Photo Tours versus Photo Workshops

If You Need More Than One Lens, You’re  Not a Photographer!

How to Photograph Nudes Like a Professional

Field Test – Sigma AF 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM

100% Reliable Flash Photography

Alberta’s Abraham Lake: The Icemaker for Dramatic Winterscapes

Taming Contrast in Landscape Photography

So You Wanna Be a Professional Outdoor, Nature or Travel Photographer?

Essential Filters for Controlling Contrast in Digital Nature Photography

Lens Review: The Sigma 120-400 4.5-5.6 APO HSM Telephoto Zoom

Darwin Wiggett on Grads, Polarizers and ND filters – a Podcast

Using Filters on the Canon G11

A Photographer’s Review of the Canon G11

Seven Rules for Effectively Using a Polarizer

Interview with Darwin by Matt Danzig

The Canon EOS-7D Review

Easy Techniques for Dripping Fall Colours with Digital Cameras

EXIF and Beyond: Interview with Darwin (Musings on Photography)

Photoshop and Nature Photography – How Far is too Far?

Orton Imagery – The Orton Effect – Interview with Michael Orton and Darwin Wiggett

Where Does Your Creativity Come From?

Filters, Holders and Vignetting: Building a Filter System That Works with Your Lenses

The Terrific Triple Threat

How to Create Great Nature Photos No Matter Where You Live

Abstracts–Pictures That Cannot Be Labeled?

Panorama How to: Sky Stitches

Can You Trust Auto-focus with Your Digital Camera?

The Art of Communicating with Light

The Beauty in Barbwire

Fields of Gold (or was that blue?) – Three Camera Filters all Digital Photographers Should be Using

How to Photograph Mountains

Mirrored Images

Filters for Outdoor Photography

How to Use Wide-Angle Lenses Effectively

Canon’s 16-35mm f2.8L II – Is it worth the money?

My Nature Photography Pet Peeves

Digital Myths and Realities

Same Old, Same Old, Why Does all Nature Photography Look the Same?

Nature Photography Best Sellers: What Sells and Why?

The Hibernating Nature Photographer

Pocket Power: Using Flashlights for Creative Nature Photography

Great Black-n-white Photos from Colour Film


10 Responses to “Articles”

  1. Mike Katona Says:

    Broken link:
    Panorama How to: Sky Stitches

  2. Bruce Reinheimer Says:


    I really enjoy your articles and read them over and over until something sticks. I have a couple of questions. I currently a couple of screw on hoya polarizing filters that give me very mixed results. I often get a very uneven color cast when using my 12-24 wide angle. Is there anyway to avoid or correct in pp? The general color cast appears bluish. Would the LB polarizer solve this issue? And is the spocket version $390.00 really worth that kind of money? A good topic for a future article is how to use the tilt shift lens for landscape photography.

    • You should not get uneven colour cast, uneven exposure in the sky is common with a polarizer and a wide angle lens, but an uneven colour cast? Borrow another polarizer and see if you get the same thing. I think the new Z-sized LB polarizer is really good, a review is upcoming. A tilt shift article is upcoming as well. Darwin

  3. Jim Sawers Says:

    Darwin, I look forward to your article on tilt shift lenses. I especially hope it addresses the issue of manual focusing with these lenses and your recommended approach.
    Looking at some of your work and the associated comments it seems that you have adjusted your T/S lenses to have the tilt and shift in the same plane. Is this the case? If yes did you make this modification yourself or was it done by the manufacturer? The reason I ask this is that I have read that on the Nikon T/S lenses one can remove the four screws in the bottom plate and simply turn the plate through 90 degrees. Your thoughts?
    Love your work and willingness to share with other enthusiasts.

    • I did indeed have the shift and tilt in the same plane which to me makes more sense for landscape photography – I had Canon make the modification but it is possible to do it yourself with the Nikon lenses. More to come on Tilt shift lenses soon. Darwin

  4. Sigma 17-50mm f2.8 vs Canon 17-55mm f2.8 and Tamron 17-50mm f2.8
    artical links you to the Sigma 85mm f1.4 vs Canon 85mm f1.2L II

  5. Daniel Moreno Says:

    Hey Darwin, after reading your, Can You Trust Autofocus with Your Digital Camera? article I was curious and try it on my Nikon D7000 and sigma 17-50 os… I was like WOW… I though my lens was Tack sharp but after the test focusing manually is like if Im shooting at f/4 or f/5.6, its a really big big difference, thanks for opening my eyes to this, cheers.

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