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.
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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.
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.
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.
In this nature photography tutorial by Visual Art Photography, we join nature photographer Ray Scott as he shows us an example of how to create a special moment then capture it in your camera. In the video he uses a focal length of 50mm for this particular project but tells us why it’s okay to use other focal lengths but it will depend on your subject and your needs.
In this nature photography video we join nature photographers Tony & Chelsea Northrup into an exploration of not just nature photography but the stunning beauty of macros photography as well as a tour though the different equipment needed.