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Hey guys I wanted to take you with me on a recent landscape shoot along a local river and share some landscape photography tips and tricks. Let me know if yo…
I thought this was an amazing video. I just watched it for entertainment! I
love photography and I love taking landscape photos
Can you do a video on your magic lantern setup to see that screen in
I really like this video good job!
i so here u on shooting stuff to death. :)
Where do you keep the Zoom H1 at while recording? Sounds excellent!
Aw man, he forgot his video camera at the end. What a shame
Not sure if I liked this video or not. Weird. Tips were great and watching
Magic Lantern do its thing was cool… But the first 4 minutes could’ve
been edited out of this video.
Didnt find this video very good and got a bit bored to be honest I
think it was all the gear tech that spoilt it for me . I also think that
some of your shots were a bit to much post photoshop too. I enjoyed your
little trip though but would have enjoyed it better if someone else would
have been doing the filming . :-)
nice video… very bad preparation ! if I had a ND filter… dude why dont
you have one ???? F16 -> DIFFRACTION ! I understand you have to squeeze
this much becoz you dont have a ND filter… thats why you SHOULD ! Also
you see the sky is completely blown out… also use a GND filter. Nice
equipment… but for what you do NOT GOOD ENOUGH… you NEED filters ! Your
HDR wont work with movement… and in nature mostly you have MOVEMENT.
Sorry to brake you down… but I think its a very bad video with tips and
tricks .. HDR is nice for inside churches NOT in nature where movement is
always pressent !
ISO 50 does NOT exist on a 5D .. this is FAKES ISO … read about it… be4
you go out and teach others learn a bit more yourself… nice beginner
video… but to many mistakes to count and name
Very good video!
Landscape and nature photography have always been near and dear to my
heart. Thanks for posting this video.
+GadgetsNGear Very nice video and very nice HDR post processing… I love
the fact that they don’t look cheesy or overdone at all…Natural and
smooth, something I’ve been trying to do for a long time quite
unsuccesful…Could you possibly send me some sort of workflow or link for
a more natural and smooth effect like yours? Answering you question at the
end of the video, there are many places where I have been multiple time, I
find useful to go there with only specific lenses, like primes or macro
only or wide only, so that every time I can focus on that kind of shots
only…make sense? Cheers from Italy…
Good video. And yes, like you mentioned toward the end, I do have some
areas that I have photographed WAY too much -and will continue to do so!
Even though I have taken hundreds of pictures of Superstition mountain (and
most from close to the same spot!) I still feel that that “perfect” one is
still out there.
magpul cap :P
I could use that for my portrait shoots as well nice one
Hi, thanks for this awsome video, there are many tipps and tricks. I really
like your idea of carrying a tripodd And of cause all your other tipps.
It is really great, that you show us the final picture at the moment when
you are capturing the foto. Thanks a lot, I hope there are comming more
videos like this one…
Greetings from Germany :)
you good sir .. ..+ my respect that was really pretty hard …. but you
did it like it was as easy as the glassy water of the river .. :D
It’s Ryan Renoulds!
YES keep doing these lol I live in Rome Ga and I love going to Berry
College with my fiance we do alot of Photography there! +GadgetsNGear
Nice & Informative of actual conditions in photographers life.. :)
what a good job dude.. ^_^
Wow Martin van der berg, that is some of the most negative stuff I’ve ever
heard, I thought this video was very good, the photo of the bridge is
awesome. There is no right or wrong in photography, all you need is a
camera and your imagination, you can only learn as much as you want to
experience. I just think you shouldn’t be so negative about other peoples
Thanks for sharing. Good tips.
Looks Like a Interesting Spot for a Photo Hike.
Why would you do long exposures on day time ? Can somebody explain ?
I’d love for someone to do something similar to this video for an
astrophotography shoot. That is such a tricky thing to get especially when
incorporating landscapes with the sky.
I enjoyed this, I am looking to start doing this sort of stuff and it is
good to see how others do it and to hear some tips.
the one with the bamboo was just so pretty.
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