Views:263|Rating:4.89|View Time:9:Minutes|Likes:43|Dislikes:1 My first visit to this wonderful photography playground, Holme Fell, situated just North of Coniston Water in the Lake District. I am lucky to not only be in reach and experience such a place but also blessed by some beautiful late Autumal light. Here I take advantage of the conditions and compose with the light and create some landscape photography which I am very pleased with. I use my Canon 70-200 telephoto, a now go to lens for me. I stay until the sun sets and awarded with a display of light and clouds over the far distance fells that I will remember for a long time.
Views:44751|Rating:4.93|View Time:8:11Minutes|Likes:1388|Dislikes:19 Composition looks great with symmetry, I love it. But sometimes it works to compose symmetrical images that include something that disturbs symmetry.
In this video I’ll take you through a shot I took on the Zurich Masterclass in 2015 which completely split the group. Some loved it, others hated it. What do you think?
Views:100179|Rating:4.94|View Time:12:24Minutes|Likes:1966|Dislikes:22 You don’t need a fancy location to practise and learn composition in photography. You can compose images anywhere you like and whilst you do that, you can be practising exposure, trying different length lenses, depth of field etc. Then when you’re in a fantastic location you’ll be ready to capture it perfectly instead of fiddling about with camera settings, wondering where to stand and which lens to use.
You have to give up wanting to shoot amazing images for a while, but whilst you learn photography it’s practise that makes perfect. Learn all those techniques and how to use them and brilliant images will become a by-product of using your camera. I promise!
In this photography tip I’m going to show you how to practise your composition in a very boring and messy location. Hope you get inspired to give it a go.