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Landscape Photography Tips with Paul G Johnson: Shoot Gordale Scar Episode One

Landscape Photography Tips with Paul G Johnson: Shoot Gordale Scar Episode One
Published Jan 22, 2017 by: Paul G Johnson

Once again landscape photographer Paul Johnson traveled to the wonderful North Yorkshire, to explore the beautiful Gordale Scar, East of Malham. The landscape of Gordale Scar was flat at the beginning of the shoot as the light wasn’t playing ball but half way through, the Gods were kind to Paul. The United Kingdom has some awesome scenery and this was no exception. Visit the Yorkshire Dales for a great place to shoot Landscapes.

After the light faded in Goredale Scar itself, i thought that would be the end, so decided to head back to the car. On the way back though i couldn’t resist getting the camera out again. You can check that shoot out in episode two!

 

Landscape Photography Quick Tips with George Diebold: Concentrate on the Picture

Landscape Photography Quick Tips with George Diebold: Concentrate on the Picture
Published Jul 18, 2014 by: B and H

Become a better landscape photographer by concentrating on what you’re shooting. In this landscape photography video we join Professional landscape photographer George Diebold with one of his presentations. George’s lecture consists of a visual presentation of his landscape photos, as well as a discussion on his workflow, how he generate shoot ideas, and how he uses color and composition to create breathtaking photographs. This informal interaction with the audience will draw upon his career based in New Jersey as well as Hawaii, shooting for corporations, creating stock photography and doing fine art work. Any serious photographer, especially students who intend to pursue a career in photography, should benefit from this presentation. Unlike other technically slanted presentations, George intends to concentrate more on finding images, seeing images that already exist, and bringing ideas to completion. He discusses the importance of creating a personal signature style. This presentation is definitely not about the computer or software applications. Ideally, he would like the viewers to leave with a greater understanding of discovering the visuals that already exist all around them.

 

Landscape Photography Quick Tip with Joshua Cripps: Want Better Photos? Invest in Experiences, NOT Equipment

Landscape Photography Quick Tip with Joshua Cripps: Want Better Photos? Invest in Experiences, NOT Equipment
Published Jun 23, 2015 by: Professional Photography Tips

If you want to create striking and memorable photos, spend your money on new experiences, not the newest gear.This video from landscape photographer offers us useful tips when selecting photography gear.

 

Landscape Photography Quick Tips with Joshua Cripps: How to Rock a Grad Filter – Part 3

Landscape Photography Quick Tips with Joshua Cripps: How to Rock a Grad Filter – Part 3 Published Dec 30, 2016 by: Professional Photography Tips

Joshua Cripps is a full-time nature and landscape photographer living near the stunningly beautiful Yosemite National Park in California. You’ll often hear that a circular polarizing filter, or CPL, is a must have addition to your gear bag, but once you’ve got it how do you use it for the best possible results?

Landscape Photography Quick Tips with Joshua Cripps: How to Rock a Grad Filter – Part 2

Photography Quickies with Joshua Cripps: How to Rock a Grad Filter – Part 2
Published Nov 25, 2016 by: Professional Photography Tips

Joshua Cripps is a full-time nature and landscape photographer living near the stunningly beautiful Yosemite National Park in California. You’ll often hear that a circular polarizing filter, or CPL, is a must have addition to your gear bag, but once you’ve got it how do you use it for the best possible results?

Landscape Photography Quick Tips with Joshua Cripps: How to Rock a Grad Filter – Part 1

Published Nov 21, 2016 by: Professional Photography Tips

Sky wayyyy brighter than the ground? You need a grad filter. A Gradual Neutral Density Filter will allow you to darken the sky relative to the foreground, so that you can take a decent photo. Here’s all you need to know from landscape photographer Josua Cripps.

Photography Quickie: Seeing Beyond Traditional Travel Images with Ira Block

Photography Quickie: Seeing Beyond Traditional Travel Images with Ira Block
Published Jun 15, 2016 by: B and H

With so many people traveling the world with cameras today, taking in depth travel images will separate the professional and advanced amateur from the clutter of ordinary photos that reside on the internet. This photography can be achieved by looking deeper into local cultures, finding travel vistas that have more layers of information and making images in more dramatic lighting conditions. The new digital cameras that produce incredible files at high ISO make it possible to photograph in situations that were not thinkable in the past and open doors to a new world that can be documented by photography. Ira Block shows examples and discusses all these topics.