An Hour TOO LATE - Anyway Trying to Photograph?
As you might have already heard a million times, landscape photography is one of the most rewarding types of photography. But the high reward comes with higher levels of difficulties. One of the least talked about of these difficulties is the external influences. Despite your minute calculations and extensive study of weather maps, something could delay your arrival at the location. That something could be an accident on the road. But the real question is do you return or do you continue with the shoot? Take a look at this insightful video which will show you what to do if you are ‘An Hour TOO LATE – Anyway Trying to Photograph?’
Coming to you from a late morning at the side of Christian Irmler, this interesting video discusses ‘An Hour TOO LATE – Anyway Trying to Photograph?’ The first reaction of an amateur photographer would be to wait till tomorrow for the perfect settings. But a veteran knows that even if it looks like the day is unlucky, nature might hold some secrets for you. And you might stumble upon some of the best scenes that you might not have otherwise imagined. So, keep your camera at the ready and march on.
Check out the video above for a better understanding.