There are many things you need to consider when you do forest photography. However, there is one special factor that gives that extra spice to your forest scenes. In this video, I will show you how to get it.
Articles written by Mads Peter Iversen
Forest photography can be a complex endeavor. There are many factors to take into consideration to increase the aesthetic value of your photo. There is one thing I keep having to remind myself, which applies to all the scenes I have photographed so far.
Over the years, I have wanted an all-in-one super zoom lens, which I could use on an entire outing without having to change lenses. This might just be the one.
I have made a good amount of mistakes in my career as a landscape photographer. Luckily, I have learned to identify these mistakes and how to avoid them.
The wide-angle zoom lens is known as the “go-to” lens for landscape photography. It certainly has its benefits and in this article, I will explain how to compose for that distinctive dramatic look that a wide-angle lens can create.
One thing, which is always absolutely essential to nail in photography, is the focus. There are several approaches to focusing in landscape photography and in this article, I will pros and cons of MF, AF, and BBF.
There is no doubt that the telephoto lenses are just as attractive for landscape photography as the wide-angles. In this article, I will give you seven steps to help you make powerful landscape photos with a 70-200mm telephoto lens.
When a storm hits it is time to grab your camera and get out shooting because the light and dynamics of the weather are phenomenal!
Photographing forests is one of the harder parts of landscape and nature photography. This editing trick might change how you approach your subject.
It is winter in the northern hemisphere and the cold winds howl. Here are five tips to help you get better winter landscape photos.
Cameras have several different shooting modes. The two most common for landscape photography is aperture priority and manual. Which one is the better choice?
Winter is usually a high point for many landscape photographers but what do you do when the weather just keeps being gray and boring?
When it is all but gray outside, when the leaves have fallen, the temperature is nothing to write home about, and most people would stay inside, it is time to bring out the camera.
Minimalism is a fascinating genre of photography and one, which can deliver some incredible and powerful photos. This is the genre where “less is more” really shines. Here I share five steps you can take to create incredible minimalist photos.
Because of the pandemic forest photography is more popular than ever. Forest photography is also one of the really hard genres of nature photography to be successful at. Fog and good conditions are usually necessary for success, but they are just not enough.
This lens is an essential part of my photography kit and one, which I would not go out into nature without. In this article, I want to show how you can master and get the most out of your 24-105mm zoom lens and hopefully inspire you to use it more in your landscape photography.
What do you actually need to know to do landscape photography?
There has never been a better time to stay home and explore your own country. That is what I did and what I found was incredible!
Forest photography can seem overwhelming, chaotic, and hard, but if you follow these seven steps, you ought to improve a significant amount.
There are many misconceptions or myths in landscape photography; here are seven worth forgetting about.