Photography Tutorial – Australan Landscape Photography Tips

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Hi Everyone, I was out and about on Friday afternoon when I thought I’d cut this short video showing you what I was up to. More live landscape photography tips while I’m on the go! In this video I’m taking some photographs of Australian Landscapes and using my iPhone I show you what I’m trying to capture. Check out the crazy jetty in this video. Thanks, Jamie Paterson Australian Landscape Photography

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DjStarryNight says:

Rule of thirds in photography! NEVER put the horizon in the middle of the picture!!

Brodie Matilda says:

Evening! Have you thought about photo sfxart tricks (search for it)? My mate Christina made some very amazing pictures with their video tutorials.

landofnor says:

beautiful shot. I’ve jost ordered a set of Lee filters. They should come next week but not so sure about the big stopper, rare as hens teeth. Did you just use an NDgrad hard or did you have another ND on there too?

Txema Serrano VF says:

I appreciate the information you have provided me. Thank you. It inspires me.

EamonnDoylePhotoFilm says:

try lightroom, it might be easier

EamonnDoylePhotoFilm says:

Can you really call that a jetty with a straight face?

startphotography says:

Thanks for the excellent tutorial!

Mike Burton says:

Fav. shot of yours..so looking forward to bouncing off of your skills, down in Tassie, if I can!!


llleolllolll says:

get the hitech filters, they are a good compromise between price and quality.

Daniel Kim says:

What stop would you recommend to get for a first filter? Thanks going to be getting a tokina 12-24 f4 and now am wondering what filter i should first get

SwimmingUpCurrents says:

What a wonderful way to spend Friday afternoon. Thanks for sharing, I’ll be subscribing to you!

Adam Riga says:

nonono i meant raw pictures from a dslr. only way i can do so is take pictures in RAW+jpeg and try to get the raw better than the jpeg but im not really good with post processing…. i guess i’ll just have to practise unless i can find a video of someone run through a bunch of raw to explain the different techniques and adjustments… plz do if you have the time, i’m impressed with the shot you got there

jpatersonphotography says:

I never claim to be a videographer lol. I’ve never used Aperture before but I’ll try and do something in PS that might help.

jpatersonphotography says:

I use Lee Filters and Singh Ray Filters.

jpatersonphotography says:

I use Lee Filters and Singh Ray Filters.

Adam Riga says:

hahahah absolutely cactus. In all seriousness though, can you make a video explaining how to post process RAWs? For some reason, I can’t get my raws to look as good as the jpegs… using aperture 3.

Slava Rouss says:

ISO L means 50.

Slava Rouss says:

ISO L means 50.

DanKPhotography says:

Could you please tell me which filter thing you use! I see a bunch of photographers using the filters you have but cant find them online. Thanks

newcoyote says:

Are you sure? Why would L on your camera be RAW and every other camera L is JPEG? I think you better double check.

GERHARDvonGERHARDSON says:

You should try out HDR Photography or just take a few shots with different Exposure times and blend them by your self in Photoshop. But the importants thing is to just look out for the right places and especially the best light for the chossen place.

jpatersonphotography says:

L mode on my camera is RAW, so I am and always shoot RAW. :-)

jpatersonphotography says:

Hi Nemesis. Thanks for that. I typically don’t see diffraction (I will admit I do see it sometimes but then I tilt the lens up or down a little and it works for me). I don’t profess to be a technical guru, I just do what works for me. 🙂 I do appreciate you commenting though, I have since tried other methods because of your suggestions but I just like shooting the way I am.

HAGARCH says:

Your shot was in L mode and not in RAW. Why?

Pestilence86 says:

try the “2 photos and then manual blend them in photoshop”, but use the ND8 (i assume thats the only one you have) for the low exposure shot

pplpilot says:

because not everyone is a pixel peeper… get over it. There is nothing wrong with stopping down to f22 hell I even go to f64 on my 5×4, granted there is a bit of softening (under a 10x loupe is barely visible) but to me its more about getting the image than having sleepless nights worrying about stuff that really does not matter.

fateless78 says:

get a video camera dude

nemesis3001 says:

f22? You’re going to see crazy amounts of diffraction. If you’re trying to slow the exposure times down, why not use f8 for sharpness and place say a 10 stop filter on the front?

rsberdan says:

fantastic!

seacoastlife says:

I really enjoyed that and yup that was an awesome photo! Keep up the great work.

jpatersonphotography says:

Hi Sally sorry I thought I’d answered this. I’m use a 5 stop GND filter on the camera.

nate42nd says:

Great picture! Love it.

Sallybunckle says:

Hi, Ive come back to watch your videos again because I think there cool.
Noticed this time round you have some kind of filter on the front of your camera.
What type of filter was it please? thanks in advance.

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