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.
One of the best ways to learn more about landscape photography is to watch a video of someone doing it. Therefore, check out this video from Thomas Heaton featuring wild camping in the mountains, a Fuji GFX 50r camera, and a Nordisk Telemark 2 tent in the Lake District National Park.
What photographer wouldn’t want to embark on a film photography roadtrip? For further inspiration, check out this video from Thomas Heaton where Heaton ventures on a film photography roadtrip in the Westfjords of Iceland. Heaton utilizes a Hasselblad 501cm film camera and a Fuji GX617 panoramic film camera.
Morten Hilmer has a great video of wildlife photography in Scotland featuring the Nikon Z9 and Z 400mm. In Scotland, Hilmer pursues wildlife photography and landscape photography with Nikon and a film crew from Beyond Content. The point of the trip is to make content for the Nikon Europe YouTube channel and to try out…