All posts tagged: Photography Guides
Here is a 2 minute video showing the effects of a polarising filter. Get better landscape photography in 2 minutesRead More
I’ve been asking myself this question a lot over the last few months as my circular polarising filter was a mess. I hadn’t noticed any decrease in quality but it was playing on my mind so I sucked it up and bought a new one.Read More
Last week I did a video on camera accessories for landscape photography and whilst I was out in Grizedale Forrest it got me thinking about how much I actually needed to carry some of it so I decided to compare my ND Graduated filters to HDR.Read More
What have you got? Any of the entry level DSLR’s will work great, I started with the Canon 600d which has now been replaced by the Canon 750d and that works great, it’s the camera I used in the beginners guide to macro photographyRead More
1. Choosing the best time to photograph
Light is one of the main factors that affect the overall look of your image, this is why most landscape photos you see are of either Sunrise or Sunset.
The hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset are known as the golden hour, this is when the sky will be at its most vibrant and the light tends to be softer as the sun isn’t as high in the sky so there aren’t any harsh shadows.
1. Make a plan – Look on the map before you set off and work out what route your going to go on.
I’ve found that the scenes often don’t look like you expect them to from looking at the map so I like to see it for myself and then decide.
Getting started in macro photography can be confusing and expensive. Here’s my budget setup to get you started using an entry level DSLR and a few accessories. You will get great results in no time.Read More