Intimate landscapes – a guide to photographing details in nature
In this difficult time the effects of staying indoors, being off work, alone and without contact is bound to impact everyone in different ways. I talk a lot about the effect of nature on our health - both physically and mentally.
So I was thinking this morning, what use can I be to anyone in this current situation?
I was thinking about it whilst out in my garden in this incredible sunshine we have today, photographing some heather sparkling in the early morning light. I have some new gear to try out thanks to Ffordes Photographic and its given me a new lease of life when photographing details within nature.
So I am going to do a series of posts giving you ideas and showing you how to photograph the small things. The things you will hopefully find in your garden! The best way to relieve stress and is to focus, notice the small things, appreciate the light and create!I am running this on Facebook and will be updating this blog as well with a series of short posts about how and my tips and hopefully it will inspire you to do your own. Please feel free to share your images on my Facebook page!
In this article I wanted to share my 5 tips on photgraphing small things in the landscape. We don't all have access to the big wide sweeping scenes in our day to day life. Particularly now with the lockdown and limited outdoors activities. And it would be a shame not...
Photographing nature with Fuji GFX, 2500mm lens and macro extension tubes Continuing the theme of shooting intimate landscapes, or details within nature. This is something that I have a real love of and is completely different to the seascape work that I am known for....
In light of the recent weather and articles that have been released about accidents and dangers of being outdoors in the winter in Scotland, I decided to write a few thoughts down about my retreats and my viewpoint on this. Scotland is beautiful, and never more so...