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Posted 11/26/21
Landscape photographer and Sony Alpha Collective member Michael Hollender discusses how to plan a National Park photoshoot adventure, including how to find photography locations, how to research your trip, and more! What are your tips for finding new landscape photography locations? Suggest some in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 10/19/21
Matt Zefi shares his 10 fall landscape photography tips. As we head into autumn, it’s time to take advantage of the beautiful fall foliage! From photographing autumn leaves to waterfalls, from camera gear to settings, consider this your fall photography guide. Do you have any tips of your own for photographing the changing leaves and colors of autumn? Share them if you feel so moved, in the Comments section!
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Posted 09/06/21
Watch professional photographer and Sony Artisan of Imagery Colby Brown edit his landscape photos. In this tutorial, he shows you how to edit photos, how to blend photos, how to use the HSL panel, how to remove spots, and more. What are your editing tips, especially for beginners? Share them with us in the Comments section, below! Sponsored by Sony Watch the rest of the series! Part 1: Landscape Photography Basics: From Prep to Shoot Part 2: Landscape Photography Basics: Photo Gear Guide Part 3: Landscape Photography Basics: Composition (and Mistakes to Avoid)
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Posted 08/30/21
Sony Artisan of Imagery Colby Brown shares his landscape photography composition techniques to help you to take better photos. He’ll take you step by step when setting up a shot and point out common mistakes along the way! Do you have your own tips for making better landscape photos? Please share them in the Comments section! Sponsored by Sony Watch the rest of the series! Part 1: Landscape Photography Basics: From Prep to Shoot Part 2: Landscape Photography Basics: Photo Gear Guide Part 4: Landscape Photography Basics: How to Edit Your Landscape Photos in Lightroom & Photoshop
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Posted 08/24/21
Professional photographer and Sony Artisan Colby Brown answers the question, “What’s in my camera bag?” He lists the essential camera gear you need for landscape photography, covering camera bodies, zoom lenses, prime lenses, tripods, and lens filters. What are your gear recommendations for landscape photography? Use the Comments section, below, to share them with us. Sponsored by Sony Watch the rest of the series! Part 1: Landscape Photography Basics: From Prep to Shoot Part 3: Landscape Photography Basics: Composition (and Mistakes to Avoid) Part 4: Landscape Photography Basics: How to Edit Your Landscape Photos in Lightroom & Photoshop
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Posted 08/17/21
Join Sony Artisan Colby Brown in the field as he shares some of his cool landscape photography tips for beginners. In Part 1 of this four-part series, Brown covers all the pointers you need to know to advance from prep to shoot! Do you have any tips of your own for landscape photography? Tell us about them in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by Sony Watch the rest of the series! Part 2: Landscape Photography Basics: Photo Gear Guide Part 3: Landscape Photography Basics: Composition (and Mistakes to Avoid) Part 4: Landscape Photography Basics: How to Edit Your Landscape Photos in Lightroom & Photoshop
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Posted 06/11/21
What is the best tripod for extreme weather conditions? Should you use a wide-angle or telephoto lens for your landscape photos? How do you capture a volcano erupting? Photographer Mike Mezeul II helps you prepare for your next photography adventure. Share your own tips for adventure photography in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 09/08/20
Wow! What a crazy year we have all had. Between dealing with this pandemic, the uncertainty within the economy, and the lack of travel over the last few months, I think it is safe to say that none of us predicted we would be here at the start of the year. I know I didn’t…. Way back in February, my good buddy, Stan Moniz, and I reached out to B&H with an idea to film a video project for photographers up above the Arctic Circle, in the Lofoten Islands of Norway. The goal was to put together a video mini-series that covered nearly every facet of a photo adventure. We covered everything from the gear we brought with us, to how to research and plan for your own adventure, to in-field tips and tricks and much more. We walked you through how to capture everything from waterfalls to seascapes and even covered both the in-field and post-processing side of creating time-lapse videos of the Northern Lights. But after we all collectively experienced the last six months together, I suppose you can see where this is going. Right as we finished this project, the world began to shut down, and to be 100% honest, it just didn’t feel like the right time to release the series, so we put it on hold, until now. So, while International travel is still currently on hold, at least for U.S. citizens, there are many beautiful local destinations worth exploring and capturing that you can safely experience today. While this series was shot in Norway in winter, it was always geared to give you the knowledge, tools and inspiration to start planning for your own photo adventures, wherever they might be. Photographer Colby Brown carefully composing his next photograph To give you a little taste of what to expect in this video series, let’s spend a few minutes helping you plan your next adventure. While most people don’t want to admit it, one of the most important aspects of any photo adventure is often found in the planning and research stage. This is important not just because you need to know the kind of weather you will be experiencing, but also the kind of images you want to capture. While Instagram has become a bit of a love/hate relationship for many photographers these days, it can be one of the best real-time location research platforms, as well. For Stan and me, we use it to not only get a feel for what kind of images have been shot at a given location, but also to get real-time updates on what a location looks like, often on the same day we are searching on the platform. By using the search feature and selecting the “Recent” tab, you can now tell if fall colors are about to pop at a specific location before you venture out or whether a certain trailhead you want to explore is still open. Because so many people use Instagram, it can be a cash cow of information for photographers to help you make those important last-second decisions. Using Instagram can give you a preview of the location you intend to go photograph. Once I am finally out there in the field, one of my favorite approaches to landscape photography is to avoid being an “anchor.” What does that mean? Too often I see photographers search for the perfect composition at a given location, only to find something they like and then literally sit in that one spot the entire time they are there. While I can appreciate that level of dedication to that one composition, the reality is that those photographers will only come away with a hundred different versions of the exact same shot once the light has faded. Instead, try to be more agile and adaptable. When possible, I want to scout out three or four different unique angles of a scene so that I can jump between them depending on the light I am experiencing. This way I can maximize my time out in the field by coming away with a large number of different photographs and scenes from a single shooting session. Colby Brown and Stan Moniz checking in from the Arctic Circle To learn more about our adventure above the Article Circle and how to plan for your own adventures, be sure to check out our mini-series, which you can find below or on the B&H YouTube Channel today! How to Plan a Photography Adventure Photographers Colby Brown and Stan Moniz show you their tips for planning an adventure photography trip, such as their favorite apps, location scouting, camera gear, and travel essentials. Landscape Photography Tips for Better Photos Photographer Colby Brown shows you his landscape photography tips while on location in Norway. How to Shoot and Edit a Time-Lapse Video | Northern Lights Photographer Stan Moniz shows you the camera gear, camera settings, and editing tips necessary for time-lapse video. You can also read about his technique in How to Create a Time-Lapse of the Northern Lights.  Adventure Photography with Colby Brown and Stan Moniz | Recap That’s it for this series! Here’s a quick recap of all the fun.
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Posted 05/14/18
This project documents photographer Eliseu Cavalcante's 2,500-mile journey by riverboat down the length of the Amazon River and its tributaries to capture the life of the people who live on its shores.
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Posted 10/03/17
In this B&H Event Space video, nature and wildlife photographer Chris Nicholson, who is the author of Photographing National Parks and a partner and instructor with National Parks at Night, discusses the best way to approach and photograph Maine’s Acadia National Park. Topics include finding your way around the park’s 27-mile Park Loop Road, 57 miles of rustic roadway, and 120 miles of hiking trails, not to mention the best spots for fishing and photographing seascapes. Also joining him is travel photographer Susan Magnano, who is the co-founder of PhoTour Adventures and an expert on photographing Acadia National Park all year ’round.
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