Landscape & Nature Photography Blog (Fine Art Photography Prints)

Landscape and nature photography blog by Richard Wong. I strive to keep it real and talk about the inner workings of my own photography and the landscape and nature photography industry. Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have questions about my fine art photography prints or have licensing inquiries.

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Office Wall Art Boosts Employee Morale & Productivity

Working in an office is a necessarily evil for many people so keeping morale and spirits up is a constant challenge for employers. After all, people usually spend more time during the work week with their office colleagues than they do with their own family...

Peter Lik Prints: Is Tree of Life Lik's Most Famous Photo?
Why is Peter Lik Famous?

Peter Lik is an Australian landscape and nature photographer who owns more than a dozen fine art landscape and nature photography galleries in the United States. Lik’s career originally began in Australia but has really made a name for himself here in the States according to sources including the New York Times...

Fine Art Landscape Photography Art Buyer’s Guide
What Is Landscape Photography?

Landscape photography is a broad genre of art usually describing nature and man-made scenes. While landscape photography can sometimes include people in the scene, the art form is generally characterized by its absence of people...

Nature Photography Art Buyer’s Guide
What Is Nature Photography?

Nature photography is a broad genre of art usually focused on natural history landscapes and wildlife subjects. Nature photography art is generally characterized by its absence of people...

Art For Home Staging

Home staging is the practice of decorating a home for the real estate market. The purpose of staging a home is to make potential home buyers feel comfortable and help them imagine what life would be like within the house...

The Importance of Test Prints

With all the options available for photographers to print their work how does one go about deciding which papers / surfaces to print on and what presentation style if any? Should I self-fulfill or work with a professional print lab? Lots of decisions and the choices made at this stage is what separates someone that is serious about their craft vs someone who isn't...

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