Views:328|Rating:5.00|View Time:15:24Minutes|Likes:65|Dislikes:0 Every now and then I get questions and comments on this landscape photography channel, which either deserve a lengthy reply or may also be of interest to others, or both!
In those instances I thought it would be helpful to make a short response video in a new and very occasional series which I’m calling “Ask Me Anything”.
Er, well, that’s it really …
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Filmed on iPhone 7 Plus & Smooth 4 gimbal with Filmic Pro 6, also Hawkeye Firefly 8S 90deg action cam and DJI Spark drone. Audio: Rode VideoMicro / Boya lav mic.
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Views:565|Rating:4.89|View Time:8:15Minutes|Likes:85|Dislikes:2 How I Focus Stack – The Fastest Way For Landscape Photography
Knowing how to focus stack can seem scary. However, in this landscape photography tutorial, I’ll show you how I focus stack in the fastest way for landscape photography that I’ve found. In this landscape photography vlog, we will go behind the scenes from the field to see how to focus stack in camera, and then we will go into my computer screen to see how to focus stack in Photoshop for post processing of this photo.
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Views:1553|Rating:4.98|View Time:10:59Minutes|Likes:237|Dislikes:1 Macrophotography in the cold white winter… how to expose for snow? Achieve a creative composition? Adjust camera settings for the perfect mood? Today’s challenge was set by Tammy Mellert. Join me as I head out to answer the challenge and capture beautiful winter macro images! Then head on over to see Tammy’s video!
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Views:3|Rating:5.00|View Time:7:29Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 The 2nd part of my visit to Camber Sands in East Sussex. This time i try capture some photos of the groynes on the beach.
Following that i move on to the sand banks and the tall grass that grows in patches there, still with with my 14mm wide angle Samyang F2.8 manual lens and my Canon 50mm F1.8mm “nifty fifty” lens on my ageing but still perfectly serviceable Canon 600D DSLR camera.
The more i look at the shots of the grass, the more i like them.
Vlog shot on the Canon M50 mirrorless camera with 15-45mm kit lens, using a smallrig cage with additional handle and a Rode Video Mic Go.
Views:32567|Rating:4.93|View Time:21:49Minutes|Likes:2600|Dislikes:35 This video contains the story behind 3 landscape images taken in Banf National Park, Canada. The 1st image, which sees us all struggle in deep snow is my least favourite of the 3. I was so restricted with my movements that I could not frame the composition as I would have liked. I am much happier with the 2nd photograph, which has an interesting foreground leading up to a pristine winter landscape. The 3rd image, which is a panorama is probably my favourite of the 3 photographs. It is balanced, has lots of different areas of interest and is rather subdued in nature.
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Views:1628|Rating:0.00|View Time:4:55Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: In this video I head up Conic Hill near Loch Lomond to tell you why my landscape photography is not a priority!
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Views:4753|Rating:5.00|View Time:12:40Minutes|Likes:407|Dislikes:0 It was a windy day in Iceland, but we still managed landscape photography at the glacier lagoon.
Day 6 in Iceland turned out to be a windy adventure. There was lots of landscape photography, but honestly we were quite worried that we wouldn’t get any photography in at all because of the weather. But, the landscape photography gods were on our side in Iceland today.
We started the day by driving towards the glacier lagoon. Along the way, we stopped near the road for some pretty epic light. It really was the perfect conditions for landscape photography in Iceland. There was no wind, and the sky just lit up.
Then, in the afternoon things turn a turn for the windy. The winds reached 80 miles per hour and we were out trying to take pictures. The light was pretty epic too. But, it was almost a case where the wind made it too rough to take pictures. Still, we had lots of fun.
And, there’ll be more landscape photography tomorrow.
Views:52|Rating:5.00|View Time:11:39Minutes|Likes:13|Dislikes:0 This week we travel to Starved Rock State Park to take in all its beauty after a fresh fallen snow. The cinematic journey takes us winding through the early morning darkness of the vast expansive woodlands and into the light of a tranquil setting revealing a tranquil snow covered local bridge and trees still boasting their autumn foliage. A Peaceful and mindful walk that breathes fresh air and energy into the soul.
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Views:1454|Rating:4.93|View Time:16:8Minutes|Likes:135|Dislikes:2 What’s in my camera bag 2019?! Landscape photography and vlogging. As I mention in the intro, I’ve had loads of questions regarding my gear. I hope I can answer most in this video. Please feel free to ask any further questions in the comments section. All links to gear below. Cheers. Henry.
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Views:11974|Rating:4.98|View Time:13:52Minutes|Likes:1088|Dislikes:5 NEVER have I witnessed such morning glory as the morning I had on Chrome Hill in the Peak District of England. UK has a lot to offer in regard to landscape photography and sometimes it’s the lesser-known locations, which gives the biggest impact! 4-5 hours of glorious fog rolled through the landscape leaving the top of Chrome Hill visible and we were right there on time! On top of that I got some absolutely beautiful drone video footage! Besides visiting the Peak District we’ll also visit a beautiful waterfall in Yorkshire Dales called Scaleber Force Waterfall.
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Views:915|Rating:4.95|View Time:9:34Minutes|Likes:95|Dislikes:1 In this video we go over a few different scenarios and show how we set up and how we choose our settings for landscape photography. We talk about how we determine shutter speed, aperture, and when to adjust iso, as well as focus, and metering.
Views:1342|Rating:4.91|View Time:8:22Minutes|Likes:172|Dislikes:3 In this video I share my top tips for capturing the landscape photography images you want to capture!
I give you five tips that are what help me to capture my images, as well as appreciate and enjoy the entire experience of heading out into the beautiful landscape.
For me, enjoyment is a huge part of landscape photography, and I believe that if you are enjoying it taking great photographs just become he bonus at the end of it.
Some of these tips you may have heard many times before, but I have tried to add my own perspective to them and explain why they are important to me.
1. Use a tripod – primarily to slow me down and give me the headspace to really concentrate on what it is that I am capturing.
2. Use manual settings – doing these helps you to be more creative and capture the type of photograph that you had visualised.
3. Get up early (stay up late) – not only for getting good light, but to really benefit from that feeling of solitude and as if the entire world is there just for you.
4. Challenge yourself – doing something difficult makes the result seem that much more rewarding, and keeps things fun and interesting.
5. Forget about taking a photograph – we always seem to find something once we stop looking for it. Trying to hard to find an image can do the opposite, so just relax and enjoy the surroundings, and often you will see something you want to photograph.
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Views:60|Rating:5.00|View Time:21:3Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 In this Quickshotz episode, I talk about the benefit of re-processing old photos, especially during times of low motivation, like now. Sometimes you might surprise yourself at how much better you can make old photos that you’d maybe forgotten about.
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