Category Archives: Basics of Landscape Photography

Improve your travel photography with Google Earth

Improve your travel photography with Google Earth

When you plan to visit a location as a photographer it’s important to know where the sun is rising and also where it’s setting. You can check this using Google Earth!

Three lenses for landscape photography

Three lenses for landscape photography

This video is about the lenses I use as a landscape photographer. I’ll talk about three lenses: Canon 24-105mm F4 IS L, Canon 17-40mm F4 L and Canon 70-200mm F4 IS L lenses.

8 Tips for photographing in the fog

8 Tips for photographing in the fog

I’m offering you 8 tips for photographing in the fog along with some camera settings I used for the photos presented in the video. As a landscape photographer I know that fog presents some great opportunities so whenever I have the chance of capturing the fog I go for it. I’m also known for myContinue Reading

Tips on photographing sunsets and photo gear – Photo Vlog #7

Tips on photographing sunsets and photo gear – Photo Vlog #7

In this video I offer you some tips on photographing sunsets: what are the things you should be careful and what photo gear I used for this particular shot. I start by talking about my photo gear which include my Canon 5D mark II with a wide Canon 17-40 F4 L lens, my Canon 60DContinue Reading

Improve your landscape photography by breaking the rules

Improve your landscape photography by breaking the rules

How would you feel if I told you I don’t think about rules of composition when I make my photos? That’s right. How many rules do you think you need to work for every landscape? I’ll tell you: none … at least for me. Composing a photo it’s only a way to arrange elements inContinue Reading

Improve your landscape photos – look for strong foreground elements

Improve your landscape photos – look for strong foreground elements

The foreground elements are extremely important in landscape photography but it can also lead to low quality if that foreground element isn’t interesting enough. Looking for a particular shape, texture, color or other distinctive elements can help you in the decision of including that element in the scene. It’s very easy to get addicted toContinue Reading

Improve your landscape photography – Create strong diagonals in your photos

Improve your landscape photography – Create strong diagonals in your photos

In this video I talk about how framing diagonals can improve the dynamic of your photo. In landscape photography having a strong background a strong diagonals in the frame can lead to better compositions rather than lines that divide the frame without supporting any side. The idea is to create a zig-zag that covers theContinue Reading

Improve your landscape photography – add depth atmosphere and proportions to your landscapes

Improve your landscape photography – add depth atmosphere and proportions to your landscapes

This time I’m filming in a beautiful location from Romania, on Transalpina road that goes through Parang Mountains. This road, together with Transfagarasan Road (that goes through Fagaras Mountain) is one of the best in the country and offers incredible landscapes especially during episodes of cold and rain when the fog, the mist and theContinue Reading

Important aspects in landscape photography – it’s far more important what you don’t put in the frame

Important aspects in landscape photography – it’s far more important what you don’t put in the frame

Landscape photography is the easiest way to enter the world of photography. You simply buy a camera, you go out and the first thing you see it will probably be a landscape. The decision of what to include in the frame is simple: what you see. The mistake beginners make is to include too much.Continue Reading

In landscape photography there is no room for preconceived  ideas

In landscape photography there is no room for preconceived ideas

There is no place for preconceived ideas in landscape photography. Learning how to enjoy nature and to see the beauty around you without great expectations and taking things for what they are is the lesson for today. Enjoy and please consider subscribing to my Youtube channel if you aren’t already. If you want to supportContinue Reading

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