Tag Archives: nature photographers

Nature Photography Tips with Tony and Chelsea Northrup: Lenses, Cameras, Teleconverters, Tripods, Monopods

Nature Photography Tips with Tony and Chelsea Northrup: Lenses, Cameras, Teleconverters, Tripods, Monopods

Published by: Tony & Chelsea Northrup  on Sep 16, 2016

In this nature photography video we join nature photographers Tony & Chelsea Northrup, as well as award winning wildlife photographer Christopher Rowell as they go over a variety of camera gear that works best for wildlife photography.

Nature Photography Tips with Peter Mather: Northern Influence


Nature Photography Tips with Peter Mather: Northern Influence

Published by Travel Yukon on Feb 19, 2015

This series is part of the ‘Yukon Digital Storytelling Project,’ a collection of three original web series told from a uniquely Yukon perspective.

Episode 1: Peter Mather, Wildlife Photographer
Northern Influence episode one begins with an insight into the mind of one of the territories’ most celebrated wildlife photographers, Peter Mather.

The audience is taken on a journey along the Alaska Highway to Kluane National Park. On the way, Peter explains what motivates him and what makes his photo’s unique. The respect for his surroundings and the animals he works with is apparent as Peter works alongside wild sheep, seeking unique images and behavior on the rocky terrain.

As the sun sets on Sheep Mountain, Peter talks about the next trip that he is planning; the biggest trip of his career. The audience is given an insight into what goes into planning such a venture, and the scope of the project Peter is undertaking.

 

 

Nature Photography Tips with Ray Scott: Using One Water Drop

MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS AND TRICKS – Using One Water Drop As A Compositional Tool

Published by: Visual Art Photography Tutorials on Jun 22, 2017

In this macro photography tutorial, Ray Scott shows how one drop of water can add great impact to a photo. Photography composition has many variables and positioning a drop of water strategically can really enhance a picture. Ray runs through some of the equipment needed to work this project properly and also talks about various aperture setting of various images. Though not at all exclusive to flower photography, Ray chooses to use flowers in this particular exercise as opposed to other objects that may work well too.

Nature Photography Tips with Joanne and Larry Mars: Sharpness

Nature Photography Tips with Joanne and Larry Mars: Sharpness

Published by: larryandjoanne on Nov 4, 2011

Larry and Joanne Mars from Leisureworld Maryland discuss how to improve the sharpness of your nature photographs. Join them on their photo safari in the deserts of Arizona.

Nature Photography Tips with Ray Scott: Using Macro Photography To See Things Differently

Nature Photography Tips with Ray Scott: Using Macro Photography To See Things Differently

Published by: Visual Art Photography Tutorials on Feb 16, 2017

Flower macro photography is the subject in this Visual Art Photography Tutorial. Ray Scott usually likes to portray flowers in a soft almost romantic fashion but in this video he strives to show another side, a more intimate view that usually cannot be seen with the naked eye. Beauty is certainly in the eye of the beholder here with images that sometimes evoke illustrations of something completely different than flowers themselves. Ray uses a Canon macro lens with Kenko extension tubes to get anywhere from life-size to 3x life-size and the results are thought provoking and unique.