Nature photography does present a lot of challenges in execution. It could be distance, gear limitation, location, and weather to even the subject’s movement. Pros have and are also experiencing such dilemmas but what you as a novice differ from them is that they make it work no matter what the hardship may be. They may even turn the situation around and make a disadvantage a magical effect in their output. Read through and learn how to shoot like a pro!
Nature Photography: How to Get Natural-Looking Color – Velvia was an interesting film for nature photographers (okay, it is still around, but not used so much now). It greatly enhanced colors and contrast to create snappy, lively photos.
How Framing Can Enhance Your Landscape Photographs – Photographing a beautiful landscape is an activity that touches just about all of us. Whether we’re in our backyard, or trekking into a mountain range, a breathtaking view is always worth capturing.
Worse Weather = Better Bird Photography – Here’s another from my recent Bald Eagle Photography Photo Tour. I’m still an advocate of getting out in worse weather to make better and more dynamic images.
Lighting Tips in Nature Photography – Lighting is one of the most important factors in taking photographs of natural subjects. Unlike with studio shots where you control the lights and the shadows, taking photos outside is a little bit more complicated.
Tips for How to Choose an Aperture for Landscape Photography – The aperture is the opening in the lens that lets the light pass through to the sensor and is often also referred to as the f-stop.
Lenses for Bird and Nature Photography: Birds As Art Style
In this practical and educational slide program we will learn which Canon lenses—from the 8-15mm fisheye up to the 800mm f/5.6 L IS—Artie uses to create his amazing images, how, why, and when he uses each of them, and what he is thinking as he depresses the shutter button.
Master High Contrast Panorama Image Taking: Panorama Photography In High Definition – Shooting panoramas in HDR is perfect for those times when you want to shoot awe inducing landscapes.
I hope you learned something and get to use it on your next project!