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In this video, landscape photographer Sapna Reddy teaches you how to create strong visual stories in your nature images. 0:00 - Introduction 0:18 - Seek Originality 0:42 - Recognize the "Decisive Moment" 1:07 - Avoid Distractions 1:35 - Pre-visualize and Prepare 1:57 - Carve Out the Visual Pathway 2:28 - More from Reddy Did you find these tips helpful? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
At Sony Kando this year, we tested the new Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM II Lens for landscape photography. Landscape photographers will appreciate this wide-angle zoom’s features, such as better sharpness at the corners, an 8.6" minimum focus distance, and an overall smaller form factor. 0:00 - Introduction 0:27 - Features 2:04 - Design 2:33 - Final Thoughts What will you be photographing with the Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM II Lens? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Landscape photographer Imma Barrera attended an artist’s residency at Glacier National Park. The residency focused on astrophotography—in particular, capturing the Milky Way—and wildlife photography. In this video, Barrera shares which areas of the park are the best to visit so you can capture the most beautiful images. 0:00 - Introduction 2:26 - Barrera's background 6:26 - "Under the Night Sky"—Glacier National Park 21:05 - Astrophotography 31:19 - Landscapes 42:20 - Wildlife 49:12 - Q&A Getting the itch to visit Glacier National Park
Composition can be a powerful tool for storytelling. Jess Santos tells her stories through landscape photography and, in this video, she shows you the tools to help you craft your own. 0:00 - Introduction 1:16 - Finding and Translating the Story 6:40 - Tools to Tell the Story 16:27 - How the Sky Interacts with the Foreground 20:41 - How Light Affects Color 22:28 - How the Milky Way Interacts with the Foreground 26:56 - Techniques & Elements Used to Tell the Story 47:58 - Ideas to Spark Inspiration 52:39 - "Creativity is not learned, but
Matt Zefi is on location in Zion National Park to teach you how to photograph bodies of water. Watch this B&H video and learn how to compose a photo and get some recommendations for the gear and settings you’ll need when photographing moving water. 0:00 - In This Video 0:32 - Finding Your Composition 1:59 - Gear 3:51 - Settings 5:56 – Zefi’s Images 6:18 - Final Thoughts Are you a pro at capturing moving water? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
If you're a beginner photographer who would to increase your skill levels, Sony Ambassador Mahesh Thapa offers 10 essential tips that will improve your photography game! In this video, you’ll learn to compose photos, get tack-sharp images, and other helpful techniques. While Thapa’s tips can be applied to any genre of photography, nature and landscape photographers will get the most out of this webinar. 0:00 - Introduction 0:47 - Disclosures 3:00 - In this Seminar 3:52 - Composition Tips 18:36 - Tips for Camera Settings 25:03 - Accessories 35
Although a telephoto isn’t your typical lens for landscapes, it can create a more intimate feel for your viewer and lets you share overlooked parts of nature. In this webinar, photographer and Sony Alpha Collective Member Autumn Schrock shares her tips and tricks for capturing landscapes you love in a new way. 0:00 - Introduction 0:48 - Why Telephoto Lenses? 4:52 - Which Focal Lengths Are Considered Telephoto? 6:14 - Gear 16:00 - General Settings 18:47 - 5 Reasons to Use Telephoto Lenses 54:12 - More Advice 57:03 - Q&A 1:09:09 - Final
Packing for a landscape photography trip can be stressful. Thankfully, Autumn Schrock is here to help you figure it all out. She explains what you should consider when planning a photo shoot and how to choose your gear and clothing accordingly. 0:00 - Introduction 2:52 - Questions for Preparing 14:26 - Packing List 42:20 - Camera Bags and How Schrock Packs Her Backpack 52:40 - More from Schrock 54:22 - Q&A 1:07:08 - Final Thoughts Ready to set out on your own trip to capture beautiful landscapes? Let us know what you’ll pack in the
Stargazers rejoice! Sigma has unveiled the 14mm f/1.4 DG DN Art lens, a bright, ultra-wide prime engineered for capturing the night sky. Compatible with Leica L and Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras, this ultra-wide, astro-centric lens is equally capable of
Join us in the mountains of Utah as we share some techniques for improving your framing and adding depth to your landscape photos. 0:00 - Introduction 0:17 - Framing 1:18 - Composition 1:38 - Perspective & Angles 2:05 - Lens Selection 2:40 - Depth
Understanding the nuances of different types of available light will help you take better landscape photos. Matt Zefi offers some tips on searching for light and creating photos depending on the time of day and weather. 0:00 - Overview 0:27 - When Does the Best Lighting Occur? 1:07 - Lighting Types & Composition 3:05 - Tips: How to Look for Light Which conditions do you prefer: golden hour, an overcast day, or hard sunlight? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Grab a friend and head outdoors! Whether you're a travel photographer looking to go beyond the typical tourist photo, or a landscape photographer trying to add a subject to your image, Maria Perez is here to help. In this video, she shares her tips for choosing a lens focal length, composing your frame, and posing your subject outdoors. If you have any other tips on taking great portraits while traveling, let us know in the Comments section, below. 0:00 - Introduction 0:21 - Wide-Angle Portraits 1:03 - Standard Lens (35mm or 50mm) 1:27 -
Get ready to improve your photos! Matt Zefi shares 10 common landscape-photography mistakes but explains how to fix them. What mistakes have you made when taking landscape photos? How did you fix them? 0:00 - Introduction 0:38 - Mistake 1 1:07 - Mistake 2 1:30 - Mistake 3 1:56 - Mistake 4 2:18 - Mistake 5 2:39 - Mistake 6 3:11 - Mistake 7 4:02 - Mistake 8 4:33 - Mistake 9 4:55 - Mistake 10
Join astro/landscape photographer Matt Hill as he shares a few simple tips to get beautiful dusk and golden-hour photos full of rich, vibrant, and accurate colors. 0:00 - Introduction 3:46 - Why Night Photographers Photograph the Sunset and Twilight 11:03 - Good Capture Leads to Good Edits 14:04 - What Color is Twilight? / Mojave Case Study 24:59 - Twilight Capture Settings 27:16 - Color Checker 29:24 - Editing in Lightroom Classic 33:13 - How to Apply Color-Checker Calibration to Photos 44:58 - Creating a Signature Method 47:42 - The Color
When you’re photographing landscapes, it’s important to look beyond the location to showcase its magic. Canon Explorer of Light Erin Babnik shares the ways in which she utilizes all the tools at her disposal (from gear to editing) to tell the story of a location, from her own point of view. 0:00 Introduction 0:43 Overview 8:13 Looking Beyond Locations 18:35 What is a Landscape? 24:21 Five Helpful Habits 53:03 Final Thoughts Sponsored by