Photography Tutorials – Tips for Better Landscape Photography

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This video describes how research can improve your landscape photography tenfoldjust by doing some simple research. Enjoy and please comment.

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farhad khan says:

Hi there, are you familiar with “MagicSFXphoto” (google it)? There you will find a nice free video demonstrating how you can create impressive photos. It made it possible for Matt to take pictures that leave you with a wow-effect after you take a look at them. Hopefully it will work for you too.

startphotography says:

Thanks for the excellent tutorial!

llleolllolll says:

dont change lens while on the beach or get out of the wind if you do.

llleolllolll says:

what kinds of shots would you want to do?

SwimmingUpCurrents says:

Thanks for uploading these videos. When I can’t be out shooting I feel restless, and it helps to watch a few of your videos… it feels like I’m there 🙂 I’m really bummed you didn’t get the shot you wanted. I know you have underwater housing, but they also make cheap camera sleeves that protect it in a squall. Might be useful to carry around!

James Hadinata Sulistyo says:

do you recommend getting a monopod or a tripod for travelling?

Kitty Katherine says:

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jerseyman9080 says:

Hey nice place for photography, Btw any idea how to save camera sensor from sand ?

b1tTutorials says:

you could use every lens for landscape but some lenses between 8-500mm are very nice to have.
the 18-55 IS is good enough for beginning and try to learn how a focal length affects on a image and if you hadn’t done this before you should learn how a aperture and shutter-speed effects on a image.

Frederick Jones says:

People would always tell me that research was under rated but thanks for helping me prove them wrong..

Seagal Investigations says:

Anti climax!

roshraw says:

what kind of lens do i have to get for landscape photography, i am a starter on this SLR camera, i have the basic 18-55 IS actually ,

Jovin5555 says:

good job

isiso2 says:

very pretty!

nate42nd says:

Some CPL or ND filters would have been great here. Do you have any or did you use any? Have a good one.,

nate42nd says:

Good video. Are you still passionate about photography? I have been excited about photography like this for years. I would like to do this every day. Great spot! I have very different landscapes where I live but beautiful in it’s own way. Have a good day,

quixoticoaf81 says:

Cool video. I’m just learning myself, I’ve found a lot of helpful tips at thephotographyclinic (.) com

RAPPERDUDE2PAC says:

r u serious its an excellent video

RAPPERDUDE2PAC says:

you should try the national parks around mt warning and mullummimby, natural bridge and lamington nat park

annid11 says:

did you see the man sitting reading a book on his lap, on your right top at 5:08

ClassicRock1212 says:

I went to sydney and that is possibly the greatest place to take photographs I have ever seen

Ragtime4 says:

sorry I dont want to be mean but your video is too boring…

Sallybunckle says:

I have saved locations to my Sat Nav so I can find my way back to a places of interest, but I never though to actualy create a log with sample shots. Thanks for the tip.

jpatersonphotography says:

Hi Ponudium. Thank you.  I love Margaret River so much. Its got great wine, great surf and most importantly heaps of great spots to photography. 🙂

jpatersonphotography says:

Get out there and shoot!!! lol.

squazz says:

Thanks! I think I will! I feel I am lacking in inspiration recently. I need a refresher!

jpatersonphotography says:

Hey Squazz. There is always something to photograph. Trust me!  I’ve been reading a book by Michael Frye called “Digital Landscape Photography: In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams and the Masters” and its really changed the way I look at things around me. You should check it out.

Thanks,

Jamie

jpatersonphotography says:

Hey Squazz. There is always something to photograph. Trust me! I’ve been reading a book by Michael Frye called “Digital Landscape Photography: In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams and the Masters” and its really changed the way I look at things around me. You should check it out.

Thanks,

Jamie

squazz says:

Nice video : ). I love that feeling when you come across an awesome location, I havnt had that feeling for a while, I live in a pretty boring part of England haha. I sometimes drive around for 4 hours and don’t even get my camera out my bag!!!
You have an awesome location there!

beerequalsheaven says:

3.4.degrees thats not bad, that’s and english summer time m8 hahahaha
great vid would a ND filter (not grad) over the lens help with the silky look as the water ran of the rock?
but there again looked quite windy.
don’t worry m8 there will be another chance to take the shot and cant wait to see it when you do lucky bugger living in australia hehe

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