Thomas Heaton is going to Mongolia to photograph landscapes, snow leopards, and the pallas’s cat. Check it out!
Thomas Heaton looks at a selection of photographs disqualified from various competitions over the years. Some photographs were not intentionally trying to mislead the judges, and some were blatantly cheating. Check it out!
Film photography in Svalbard with the Hasselblad X-Pan film camera. In this video, Thomas Heaton spends ten days sailing around Svalbard on the Polar Pioneer in search of landscape photography and Polar Bears.
When Thomas Heaton first used the Nikon Z8, he said that he’d probably stick with the Nikon Z7 II. Since that comment, Heaton has had the opportunity to spend some proper time with the Z8 and has changed his mind and will be buying the Z8.
Thomas Heaton packs his photography gear and travels north to Svalbard for the photography expedition of a lifetime. Heaton takes a Nikon Z8 and his Hasselblad X-Pan film camera for this ultimate photograph exploration!
In this landscape photography video, Thomas Heaton practices minimalist photography. Heaton uses their Nikon Z7II and encounters beautiful photography conditions at the coast. Check it out!
Landscape photography doesn’t always go the way we want it to, and sometimes Thomas Heaton struggles to maintain their photography motivation, especially when photographic conditions are dull. In this video, Heaton photographs multiple exposures with a Nikon Z7 II and creates abstract work that transforms the mundane into the extraordinary.
Thomas Heaton has an excellent video featuring landscape photography and a wildlife expedition to the Hornstrandir nature reserve in Iceland. Heaton travels from Reykjavik to Hornvik with the goal of photographing wild arctic foxes and beautiful landscapes with a Nikon Z7 II and a selection of lenses.
Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote is a beautiful place to visit, but it is heavily regulated making landscape photography almost impossible. Thomas Heaton was lucky enough to be asked to attend Canarian Photo Week which had been granted permission to visit one viewpoint for sunset and sunrise.
With a forecast for some extreme winter conditions, Thomas Heaton packed up their 4×4 camper van, grabbed a Nikon Z7 II, and headed to the far north of Scotland to indulge in some winter landscape photography.
Thomas Heaton takes their Hasselblad Xpan out on location for a landscape photography shoot with a roll of Kodak Portra 160 film. The conditions Heaton got were beautiful, and I hope you enjoy this landscape photography video.
Landscape photography in Madeira with a hurricane out to sea. The conditions were challenging, but Thomas Heaton managed to capture some beautiful images of this rugged island. Heaton used a Nikon Z7II, a 24-70mm f4 lens, and a 100-400 lens.
In today’s video, Thomas Heaton traveled to Madeira for landscape photography and to visit the Fanal Forest. Unfortunately, after only a few images, Heaton’s Nikon Z7II blew over in strong winds, and their 24-70mm f4 lens was broken. It turned out to be a good thing for Heaton’s photography as it forced Heaton to look…
Henry Turner has an excellent video where they brave the freezing temperatures in a camper van for landscape photography. You have to do what you have to do for the perfect shot.
Thomas Heaton feels their photography home office was never that well designed, and with winter drawing in, they decided to take on the project and try to create the perfect home office for the landscape photographer.
As said by Thomas Heaton, 6 x 17 panoramic film photography is a lovely way to shoot landscapes, but it can be a challenging game to get into. Thankfully, Noble Designs are creating a 6 x 17 and a 6 x 12, super lightweight film camera which uses a phone as the viewfinder and light…
Thomas Heaton heads out in this video with a Nikon ZZ II and a 24-70 f2.8 lens. They take their camper van and shoot landscape photography the way most of us do, which is when we can, with limited time and not the luxury of traveling to exotic locations.
In this video, Thomas Heaton travels to the North West of Scotland with their camper van, a Nikon Z7 II, 24-120mm lens, and a 100-400mm lens. Check it out!
Camping and photography are areas that more photographers should consider doing together. Not only do you benefit from the great outdoors, but get to enjoy some quality photography time with it.
Thomas Heaton recently drove their small off-road camper van down some forest roads to enjoy some landscape photography, cooking, and camping. The video is excellent and highlights the importance of spending some quality time outside.