It is Douglas Wood's opinion that regardless of the type of photography you do, you have not really finished your work until you make a print. Using the right lens plays an integral part in this process. Learn from Douglas how you can make your images stand out.
Growing up in Canada, Steve Shannon developed an early love for the outdoors. In April 2017 Steve was invited to participate in the Crankworx Deep Summer Photo Challenge held in Whistler, British Columbia. In his camera bag: The new Sony A9 as well as the Batis lenses.
My approach to landscape photography has come to a sort of dead point. It turned from a constant discovery to a mechanical sequence of activities: find a nice spot - wait for the best light - shoot. This seems to be the regular path for a photographer who wants to portray the beauty of nature, but I felt like I was missing something.
About a four-hour boat ride away from Athens lies Folegandros, a small island in the south Aegean Sea near Santorini. Before embarking on my trip, I expected to find the white buildings characteristic of the region set against the blue waters of the Mediterranean – and I wasn't disappointed.
Landscape photographers may be the only people that are not hoping for cloudless days when they head out. You don’t want it to rain, but even that can be much more interesting than blank skies in your images. Landscape photographer Brian Leary has a solution.
I was hired as an expedition guide and photography instructor for a three weeks sailing expedition around Spitzbergen, which is situated between 74° – 81°N. Venturing into the Arctic on the sailing ship Antigua requires proper preparation concerning photography gear and clothing.