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!
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses a priceless photography skill you can’t afford to overlook as the benefits of this are game-changing. Check it out!
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses beginner landscape photography habits they quit that had the biggest improvement in their photography.
Eastern Greenland blew Mads Peter Iversen’s mind. As a landscape photographer, Iversen thought they had a decent idea about where the most epic landscapes in the world are, but didn’t know that Eastern Greenland offered this much.
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses Lightroom’s best-kept secret for editing contrast in your landscape photos. 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.
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses a Lightroom tip that will help 99% of photographers improve. Check it out!
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!
What started as a glorious day of hiking and photography suddenly takes a turn for the worse as it becomes one of Adam’s most significant challenges yet. 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.
In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses a challenging photography skill that pays off for life. When many people get started with outdoor photography, they constantly hear about good light and bad light and how the golden hours of sunrise and sunset were by far the best times of day for outdoor photography. And after…
In the face of everyday frustrations, one landscape photographer heads out into the mountain, searching for a special moment to capture but finds something else he did not realize he was looking for.
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.
This landscape photography tutorial from Iceland from Taylor Jackson includes all the raw files so you can edit along if you choose. Jackson edits everything in Luminar Neo, which is a very easy and incredibly powerful image editor.
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.