Photographing snow brings a new challenge for many photographers, who struggle to take control of their camera’s metering system amid the winter landscape’s extreme contrast and reflective surfaces. Follow the camera tips below and you’ll soon feel confident exposing your winter landscape photography in any weather.
One of our best landscape photography tips has nothing to do with your camera. In our landscape photography tutorial below, follow our simple technique for tracking the sun and you’ll always get the best light in your landscape photos.
So far we’ve counted down the year by rounding up our most popular portrait photography tutorials and most popular photo editing tutorials of 2012. Now we’re happy to give you our 15 most popular landscape photography tutorials of 2012, as chosen by you: Digital Camera World readers!
Do you want to take the sharpest landscape photos possible? Who doesn’t! Our tutorial below demystifies the hyperfocal distance technique and shows you how calculating hyperfocal distance can maximise depth of field in your landscapes to ensure images that are sharp all the way through the frame.
Reflections aren’t always a good thing when shooting water. The latest post in our Shoot Like A Pro series on water photography explains how professional photographers use a polarising filter to remove reflections to show what’s beneath the surface.
Initial Landscape Photographer of the Year 2012 award-winner David Byrne was stripped of his title for using too many Photoshop effects. David recently spoke to our friends at Practical Photoshop about how he made his image.
Many photographers go home when it starts to rain, but rain photography offers up a number of fun photo ideas that allow you to get creative with the right techniques. Our tutorial explains how to capture amazing pictures of raindrops.
Don’t rely on centre-point autofocus for your landscape photography. Our tutorial below shows you how to avoid spoiling your excellent photo composition with blurry photos by keeping your foreground interest sharp.
The latest post in our Shoot Like A Pro series on water photography explains how to photograph reflections in any body water. Stop resorting to Photoshop effects and use the camera tips below to start taking photos of reflections you can be proud of!
In his latest guest blog post, professional photographer David Clapp recounts his ongoing night photography experiments shooting in moonlight and how one of the biggest challenges is retaining the sense of night. To read about and see more of his work, follow David on Facebook or visit David’s photo blog.