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Landscape Photography Tips with Photographer Nick Page: Shooting with Long Lens

Landscape Photography Tips with Photographer Nick Page: Shooting with Long Lens

Published on Feb 24, 2016 by: Improve Photography

In this episode of Tripod, we learn how to take great long lens landscape photographs. We also get to learn what the best long lenses are for landscapes, nature and even some wildlife photography.

Landscape Photography Tip with Photographer Nick Page: Chasing Waves

Landscape Photography Tip with Photographer Nick Page: Chasing Waves

Published on Apr 21, 2016 by: Nick Page

In this landscape photography video we join landscape photographer Nick Page on the shore of the Washington and Oregon Coasts. We chase the huge waves of a storm surge in order to make for great landscape photos.

Photography Quickies with Photographer Nick Page: Winter Photography Glove Review

Best gloves for Winter Photography – Vallerret photography glove 2017 Review

Published on Jan 9, 2017 by: Nick Page

In this video Landscape photographer Nick Page reviews Vallerret gloves. He is a huge fan of the gloves, he used last year’s model held up great, and these new 2017 models have some really really nice additions.

Photography Quickies with Photographer Nick Page: The best landscape photography Tripod Money can Buy

Photography Quickies with Photographer Nick Page: The best landscape photography Tripod Money can Buy

Published on Jan 6, 2017 by: Nick Page

In this video landscape photographer Nick Page reviews the Really Right Stuff 34L tripod. In his opinion the best tripod for landscape photography due to its size, stability and build quality.

Photography Quickies with Landscape Photographer Nick Page: Trip to the Gorge and Cape Kiwanda

Photography Quickies with Landscape Photographer Nick Page: Trip to the Gorge and Cape Kiwanda

Published on Jan 4, 2017 by: Nick Page

“first off sorry about the audio quality this time around, my audio died halfway through the trip and I had the choice of pressing on and releasing this, or scrapping it… i decided to release it and face the consequences. Enjoy!”