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 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…
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.