Tag Archives: Landscape Photography Tips

Landscape Photography Quick Tips: Revisit Locations

Don’t be afraid to revisit location you’ve photographed.

We as photographers never stop learning. To get your ultimate landscape shot, keep going back and use the knowledge you’ve learned from your previous visits of that location to explore the area again; 9 times out of 10 you’ll see something new.

It’s virtually impossible to capture all of the amazing sights of a location if you only visit it once, then move on to the next one on your photography bucket list.

We’re always looking for new scenes that inspire us, but a new scene in landscape photography is more than simply ticking boxes off a checklist of locations. The light, the seasons and weather change a scene through out the day, months and years. Returning to the same location gives you the photographer the opportunity to create work during times other people may never see.

My favorite local location is Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes Delaware. Check out the different photographs from the bay side of Henlopen over the years. Check out how the light, subjects and the land has changed during each visit.

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We’d love to hear from you, share with us your favorite location to photograph in the comments

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Landscape Photography Tips & Techniques with First Man Photography: Riding the Wave


Landscape Photography Tips & Techniques with First Man Photography: Riding the Wave

Published Aug 20, 2017 by: First Man Photography

In this video landscape photographer Adam Karnacz as he witnesses and photographs a beautiful sunset during his travels in North Yorkshire and enjoy some of the beautiful heather on display.

“Landscape photography is like anything else in life. It has its ups and downs, lows and highs. On the video last week it was very emotional, I captured some amazing shots, met some incredible people and it was a big high. When you’re on top, the only way is down and it’s important not to see this as a negative but rather a natural movement in the wave of life and the photography process. At a time like this I there are two things I like to do with my landscape photography. The first option is to head off on an epic trip to somewhere amazing. I’ll be doing that soon but it’s not always possible. The second option is to come back to somewhere close to home or somewhere you know really well, slow it down and just enjoy the process. That’s exactly what I’ve done today and I’ve come back to Roseberry Topping, just couple of miles from where I grew up.

I am also very proud to be launching my landscape photography workshops. Spend the day with me and retrace the steps from one of the First Man Photography vlogs and capture some of the finest scenery the UK has to offer. The workshops will be a brilliant day and my supportive and encouraging style, enthusiasm and knowledge will give you confidence with your camera and help you capture some incredible landscape images. Book your trip now and come along for the ride.” – Adam Karnacz

Landscape Photography Tips & Techniques with Thomas Heaton: In Iceland


Landscape Photography Tips & Techniques with Thomas Heaton: In Iceland

Published Jul 30, 2017 by: Thomas Heaton

In this video landscape photographer Thomas Heaton on his landscape photography workshop in Iceland, day 3 & 4. Thomas did 2 back to back workshops and encountered some beautiful conditions as well as enduring the horrific storms.

Nature Photography Tips with Tom Mangelsen: Get Your Settings Right While Shooting in the Wilderness

Nature Photography Tips with Tom Mangelsen: Get Your Settings Right While Shooting in the Wilderness

Published by: CreativeLive on Dec 5, 2014

In this clip from the CreativeLive class, The Art of Wildlife Photography, nature and landscape photographer Tom Mangelsen talks about what to look for through your camera lens and on the back of your camera while you are on a shoot.

Nature Photography Tips with Jay Goodrich

[FRAMED] Episode 15: Jay Goodrich Nature Photography

Published by: Framed Show on Oct 10, 2011

It’s amazing to find a man that makes his dreams a reality. Having looked up to the legendary nature and landscape photographer, Art Wolfe, for so many years, this photographer now teaches at his workshops.

Living in the heart of some of Washington’s most beautiful country, Jay Goodrich has the eye to still architecture and Mother Nature in the most breathtaking way. Having an architecture background and a love of adventure sports, his photography goes beyond capturing the moment; he shares a feeling, a fleeting, beautiful moment in space and time that would otherwise be lost. Going beyond the most important tenants of photography, composition, clarity, and light, Jay’s photos also exude emotion and passion. Jay is an internationally published and celebrated photographer and writer. His clients have included fortune five hundred companies, trade publications, national and international magazines and books, graphic designers, architects, builders, commercial printers, and many others.

One of Jay’s greatest gifts is his ability to share his great passion for photography with others. He has the ability to effectively communicate the components of one’s art that makes a truly great instructor. Jay most enjoys working one-on-one with individuals in his intimate workshops, because it is possible to see the growth of their photography skills on a daily basis.

Jay teaches about four small-group workshops a year to some of this world’s most amazing locations. He is also an instructor for Art Wolfe Workshops.

Today, Jay shows us that you don’t always need to jump on a plane and go to the ends of the world to find amazing wildlife or nature photography. Sometimes the best photos can be taken in our own backyards.