Mark Denney reviews seven camera settings pro photographers turn off that beginners don’t for landscape photography. Many videos, articles, and podcasts are dedicated to the best camera settings for specific genres of photography. Still, understanding which camera settings to turn off is just as important as understanding which ones to turn on.
Mali Davies finally started their long exposure minimalist project. Over the years, Davies has played around with long exposures, but with the help of NiSi, they finally have the right tools for the job.
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses a hard photography skill that pays off forever. There are a ton of skills, techniques, and best practices one can embrace to improve their photography, but there is one skill in particular that Denney found difficult to master yet produces the greatest results.
Adam Gibbs has a video highlighting how good light always pays off in photography. Check it out!
Skillshare recently did a video discussing 3 landscape photography tips for beginners. As said in the video, landscape photography lets you capture the world and a few simple tips can majorly upgrade your snapshots. Here, join three Skillshare teachers for tips on scouting, composition, and process.
Attilio Ruffo has a great video on long exposure photography and how you can utilize it with waterfalls. The video features different exposure lengths, testing out how it’ll affect a waterfall image.
Though the title is a bit clickbaity, Mark Denney has a video where they go out for some point and shoot landscape photography, discussing why a photographer needs an everyday carry camera. Check it out!
Mads Peter Iversen has a video discussing summer photography and the struggle of landscape photography during these months. During May both dandelions and the rapeseed/canola bloom, which changes the landscape from boring post-winter to flourishing summer rural landscapes. Getting to like this kind of photography has changed quite a lot, making it the best to…
Asking why photography saves us is an interesting question to dissect. First Man Photography has a video diving into this question while heading to the coast to do some landscape photography in order to escape the crazy world and find some peace in the outdoors.
Gary Gough has a video where they created a couple of images classified as Fine Art Landscape Photography. Gough created this video a few weeks back while in Glencoe and surrounding areas running workshops. Check it out!
In this video, Chris Sale talks about how we landscape photographers can have all of our careful planning go awry and we may need to roll with the punches. For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE.
Here is an interesting landscape photography video from Michael Shainblum where he photographs sand dunes and what makes it interesting is that he’s using a 100-400mm telephoto lens. For more videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE.
Nothing is better than picking up photography essentials very quickly. In the video, First Man Photography heads to one of their favorite locations to get back to the basics. It highlights what’s important for the foundation photographers need to build a fulfilling landscape photography journey.
Here is an interesting video from Andrew Marr where he talks about the things you need to do to be a great landscape photographer. For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE.
Tooting my own horn here – if you’ve wondered how to focus and expose a landscape image, I explain it in this video. Before you leave, check you my YouTube Channel: Anthony Morganti For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE. For more articles and videos for beginners, CLICK HERE.
Brian Lackey just posted an interesting video talking about how travel photography has changed over the past couple of years. Some changes are for the good, others for the bad. This is the first travel photography video we’ve posted. When we post more, you’ll find them all HERE.
Here is an interesting video from the photographer Peter Fritz where he talks about doing sunrise and sunset photography isn’t as important as you might think it is. For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE.
Here is an excellent video from Mark Denney where he talks about why if you do something long enough, like landscape photography, you can get sick of it. He then talks about what you should do about it. For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE.
Here is a nice video from Jason Friend Photography where he talks about and explains six different ways you can improve your landscape photography. For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE.
Antonio Leanza wrote a short article for the Picture Correct website, where he offers ten landscape photography tips. Access Antonio’s landscape photography article over on Picture Correct by clicking the button below: For more articles and videos on Landscape Photography, CLICK HERE. *Photo above ©2022 Anthony Morganti.