Tag: landscape photography

Keep things SIMPLE to IMPROVE your photography | Fuji XT2 challenge
Keep things SIMPLE to IMPROVE your photography | Fuji XT2 challenge

just doesn’t get any better than this so this week come back in the late district and I’m quite excited about this really I’ve got a challenge that I set up with a photographer Steven […] Read More

LEE Filters – LEE100 System – with David Noton
LEE Filters – LEE100 System – with David Noton

I’m out and about for a few days; shooting on my own home patch of Wessex, in a variety of conditions and locations using my LEE100 filter system. First up is a dawn start at […] Read More

Landscape Photography & Hiking in the PNW
Landscape Photography & Hiking in the PNW

Hey guys, first YouTube ever so please bear with me. Today, I want to talk about this new channel on landscape photography and hiking in the Pacific Northwest, and what you can expect to see […] Read More

TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY – Part 2 [Camera Settings, Best Practices, 35mm Film]
TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY – Part 2 [Camera Settings, Best Practices, 35mm Film]
Photography Tutorial, Essential Skills, Quickly Transform Your Photos, by Karl Taylor
Photography Tutorial, Essential Skills, Quickly Transform Your Photos, by Karl Taylor

Light is the magical stuff that we use to create our pictures. It’s found all around us and comes from a variety of sources both natural and man-made. It also comes in many forms and […] Read More

Exploring hidden waterfalls – Landscape Photography Journal #6
Exploring hidden waterfalls – Landscape Photography Journal #6

… yeah pretty much oh dear God … once upon a time captain George Mcclellan while exploring this area said this piece of land is utterly worthless, let me tell you that I do not […] Read More

The movement of WATER  / WATERFALL photography
The movement of WATER / WATERFALL photography

you pretty impressive eh this is a Myra Falls I’m actually in Strathcona Provincial Park which is kind of mid Vancouver Island and Myra Falls here is one of the main Falls right at kind […] Read More

Deeper Pixels :: How to PHOTOGRAPH the GRAND CANYON
Deeper Pixels :: How to PHOTOGRAPH the GRAND CANYON

so I have some footage that I want to share with you but I need to set this up with a little bit of context so yesterday I got back from Arizona I was out […] Read More

Tourist VS Local Photographer | How 2 photographers shoot the same location
Tourist VS Local Photographer | How 2 photographers shoot the same location
White Sands National Monument | New Mexico | Landscape Photography

It’s a waiting game Which is the part that I like the most Just waiting Waiting for the sun to go down, down there, in that direction I chose my composition It’s pretty straightforward, horizontal […] Read More