Helpful articles to improve your own nature and landscape photography explorations. You will also see stunning landscape and nature photographs created by award winning landscape and nature photographer Melissa Fague.
Landscape Photography Tips with Craig Roberts: Mist in the Woods
Published Jan 20, 2017 by: e6 Vlogs
In this landscape photography tutorial, landscape photographer Craig Roberts takes us with him into the woods close to his home to photograph the beautiful foggy before the sun burns it off. Craig goes through some of the techniques he uses under these foggy conditions to create beautiful and mystical landscape photographs.
Photography Quickies with Thomas Heaton: My Photography Office & Creative Space
Published Apr 5, 2017 by: Thomas Heaton
In this video we join landscape photographer Thomas Heaton while he rebuilds after a flood, “Last year my house flooded and as a result I needed to rebuild my office from the ground up. I saw this as a great opportunity to create a great space for my photography, work and creative needs” – Thomas Heaton
Landscape Photography with Thomas Heaton: All Landscape Photographers Will Fail
Published Mar 8, 2017 by: Thomas Heaton
After having spoke with several photographers over the past few weeks, it occurred to me than many thought they weren’t good enough because they had yet to capture that magical moment. I thought it would be beneficial to make this video and explain how it really works.
If you’ve always wanted to be able to capture those incredible panoramas that you’ve seen online or in stores, Photoaf Panorama is the app for you. The free Android app works by using the camera’s built-in sensors to determine the angle of each shot, allowing you to match the angles of each picture you take of a cityscape or landscape. Once the photos are taken, the app pulls the photos together into a single seamless image, giving you a 360-degree view of the place you’ve been. The panorama can then be viewed by scrolling across on the screen of the Android device. It’s an ideal app for travelers who encounter a lot of beautiful scenery.
When it comes down to it, most cameras built into cell phones, MP4 players or tablets don’t have the features to compete with quality digital cameras. With a few upgrades to your mobile device, though, you can enhance the quality of your on board camera, bringing it closer to par with external digital cameras, or enhance your photography experience with your external camera by keeping useful tools, like model releases and a light meter, right at hand.
Photography Quickies with Thomas Heaton: Walking on Thin Ice
Published Mar 1, 2017 by: Thomas Heaton
We join landscape photographer Thomas Heaton on Day 3 of his “Discover the World rip” In this video he photographs the beautiful Malangen Fjord with some gorgeous morning light. He then tread carefully over the thin ice in search of compositions.
Photography Tips with Landscape Photographer Simon Baxter: A Challenging Day
Published Feb 11, 2017 by: Simon Baxter
In terms of the resulting images, this was an unsuccessful shoot for landscape photographer Simon Baxter. It’s very typical for a photography trip to be challenging and not produce any images that you personally enjoy. Good conditions is half of the battle but the right combination of mood, light and atmosphere can be relative rare. Although Simon won’t be doing anything else with the images shown here, he still wanted to share the day and show the contrast between a difficult day and the wonderful morning of hoar frost in my last video. Every trip is worthwhile and enjoyable – you always learn something.
Landscape Photography Tips & Techniques with Thomas Heaton: Poor Composition & Great Light
Published Feb 22, 2017 by: Thomas Heaton
Day 2 of landscape photographer Thomas Heaton journey in his world trip he has landed in northern Norway. He visit a location with which he had great success last year, but this year he struggles with composition. Watch as Thomas overcomes the challenges of this landscape.