Landscape Photography is more than just to capture the moment, it is all about telling a story that evokes emotions. Find here the latest blogs about landscape photography - adventures, tips and inspiration.
In the previous video, Christian Irmler made a huge decision. Despite having a company to run and an online photography business, he decided to change his lifestyle to focus more on landscape photography. This is not just a career change; the lockdown has taught him that his office can be managed from anywhere around the world. Starting from the middle of Austria, he has already reached Italy. In fact, he crossed into Slovenia. Take a look at this thrilling video and travel with him to see landscape photography in his Van in Slovenia.
Coming to you after the monumental decision of Christian Irmler, this video shows you landscape photography with his van in Slovenia. Along the adventure, you will learn how to think on your feet and find impossible compositions. Not just compositional thinking, you will see how he manages to take beautiful clicks when the conditions are not under his control, and even when he cannot always carry a tripod. A quick tip from him: use hyperfocal distance to get maximum depth of field when you do not have a tripod.
Check out the video above to find out plenty of tips and tricks.
Changing my LIFESTYLE for Landscape Photography
Few things in the world can fulfill your passion while keeping you close to your roots, close to nature. Landscape photography is one of them. However, it is not easy being a landscape photographer. It is especially hard when you have to manage your job, or a company, side-by-side. With these obstacles in front, how should a photographer shift completely towards landscape photography while still working on their day job? Take a look at this inspiring video to see how I am changing my lifestyle for landscape photography.
Coming to you after 20 years of office work, this motivating video from Christian Irmler will show you how he is changing his lifestyle for landscape photography. The very first thing you will learn is to take advantage of your surroundings. Go for a walk, observe, and be close to the nature around your community. That is how you will develop your sense of landscape photography. However, the hard part is changing your lifestyle. But if there is one thing that Covid-19 has taught us, it is that no matter what we do, it can be done from anywhere in the world.
Make sure you watch till the end to see how Christian is transitioning his lifestyle around his passion for landscape photography.
Best CAMERA HACK I Have Ever Seen for Landscape Photography
Landscape photography is an extremely satisfying skill, but it comes at a price. You have to spend a considerable amount of time to get the hang of it. For most newcomers, it is often accompanied by long periods of confusion. For instance, the longer you go with your focal length, the higher the chance to get shakes into your photographs. So, what to do in that position? Similarly, what is the way out when you have done all you could, but the image still comes out blurry? Take a look at this enlightening video which talks about the best camera hack I have ever seen for landscape photography.
Coming to you from the vast experience of Christian Irmler, this video shows you the best camera hack I have ever seen for landscape photography. Fortunately, veterans have been sharing their best hacks for landscape photography to make the journey better for you. Christian not only discusses the solutions to both of the obstacles discussed above but goes into extra detail to make sure you do not miss anything.
Check out the video above for the full run-down.
Why we do HARD to Find a Composition in Landscape Photography
As photographers, we have all seen days when we are amazingly creative, getting surreal compositions one after another. On some other days, however, it even gets hard to find a single compelling composition. Is it just a game of luck, or can we improve our chances of finding great compositions each time? Take a look at this electrifying video which discusses why we do hard to find a composition in landscape photography.
Coming to you from the creative mind of Christian Irmler, this exciting video answers why we do hard to find a composition in landscape photography. The first thing you need to learn is that experimentation is the key. It does not have to be elaborate; it just means that you should spice up your photography habits and keep changing them. Staying in the same place or a mindset makes you comfortable. But you need to be full of adventure to actually ‘see’ wonderful compositions. Similarly, do not see as you normally do, open up your eye of creativity and let it guide you.
Make sure you watch the video till the end to find the best tips and tricks for composition.
Has Image Stabilization made Tripods OBSOLETE? | Landscape Photography?
Tripods have always been a staple in photography. Whether you were shooting in a studio or trekking on snow trails, a tripod was a must. However, rapid advancements in camera technology have made us all, even expert photographers, wonder if tripods are a thing of the past? Before we get to the answer, let’s shed some light on their purpose. Long exposure photographs, where we have to hold the camera in a position for longer periods, to capture motion, is the foremost use of a tripod. Similarly, low light conditions required the use of a tripod. Take a look at this revealing video which ponders over the question ‘Has Image Stabilization made tripods obsolete?’
Coming to you after the recent experience of Christian Irmler, this informative video discusses has image stabilization made tripods obsolete? Today, cameras support fantastic image stabilization, and ISO noise is not a problem anymore. So, do we still need tripods? Well, image stabilization is, indeed, superb but framing and composition still take some time. Other than keeping the motion blur to a minimum, a tripod also makes it flexible for us to focus on the things that matter the most rather than worrying about keeping the camera in a place.
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How To PLAN Red Sky for Landscape Photography
Red sky photography will get some of the most surreal masterpieces. For an amateur photographer, getting a red sky by luck is a joyful feeling. But seasoned photographers know that one must plan and be at the right place at the right time to capture the best red sky. First things first, you must understand what causes the red sky and how to photograph it before you start planning. To sum it up, blue light is filtered from the scene because of high pressure and particles resulting in an abundance of red light. Take a look at this mesmerizing video which will take you to guide you on how to plan red sky for landscape photography.
Coming to you from the ever-exploring Christian Irmler, this enchanting video will show you how to plan red sky for landscape photography. Now, let’s start planning. Firstly, get a weather map instead of a basic weather app. Secondly, you should choose what you want to keep as a subject. Whether it be the red sky itself, the dramatic lake, or even the landscape.
Check out the video above for the nitty-gritty of the whole process and the equipment.
On the Trail of a MASTERPIECE in Landscape Photography
Landscape photography allows you to fulfill your passion for photography while still being close to nature. Although you are surrounded by nature, there are still a few hurdles in creating a masterpiece landscape photograph. The first reality that you must come to terms with - as a landscape photographer - is unpredictable weather. Mother nature does not care whether you are yearning for a dramatic sky; if she wants a clear one, there will be a clear one. So, should we wait for another day, or is there something that we can do? Take a look at this stunning video which will take you on the trail of a masterpiece in landscape photography.
Coming to you from the spontaneous lens of Christian Irmler, this breathtaking video discusses how to get on the trail of a masterpiece in landscape photography. Firstly, a masterpiece often arises from the spontaneous judgment of an artistic mind. However, the execution of that idea is what matters the most. It should not matter whether you get a clear sky, you should aim for the perfect composition, tone, and story of the photograph.
Visualization is the key to a landscape masterpiece. Check out the video above for the full rundown.
How the Way of Thinking IMPROVES Your Landscape Photography
Photography is more than just learning what the buttons and knobs do on the camera. It is more than that - it is a form of art. Like every other form of art, one of the most important things that can improve your landscape photography is your approach to it and your mindset. From our childhood, we have been taught only the analytical method. Although it works best for solving mathematical equations, it is poison to creativity. Take a look at this insightful video which discusses how the way of thinking improves your landscape photography.
Coming to you from the artistic wisdom of Christian Irmler, this video answers how the way of thinking improves your landscape photography. Christian discusses that to develop a creative mindset, we have to first unlearn the conventional method of learning. The very first thing in this process is learning how to find a new perspective. Get out of your comfort zone, combine your analytical thinking with an artist’s intuition, and behold a masterpiece. He also discusses various other methods that can help you improve your landscape photography by changing your thinking.
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Hard To Leave a Landscape Photography Spot
Veteran photographers understand that time is the most important investment in the planning of a landscape photography shoot. You should spend an ample amount of time figuring out the layout of the area, the weather condition using weather maps, and the compositions. However, what happens if, despite all your planning, your perfect spot is not that perfect? Would you remain there and shoot even when you know the resulting images will be flat and uninspiring? Or would you take to your heels and rush to find a better composition? Take a look at this inspiring video which explains what to do when it is hard to leave a landscape photography shoot.
Coming to you from the adventures of Christian Irmler, this amazing video details his experience when it is hard to leave a photography shot. Recently, Christian faced a similar dilemma in his usual photography adventures. Quite beautifully, he shows that despite all your planning, mother nature is still unpredictable. However, a photographer must be vigilant to work with what is available to find the best composition in the given scenarios.
After all is said and done, each landscape shoot is an experiment in its way. Check out the video above for the full rundown of all the tips.
Leaving Your COMFORT ZONE in Landscape Photography
When you see an amazing landscape photo in your Instagram feed or an online gallery, do you think that it was taken by an amateur? Of course, not. You already understand that to take those kinds of clicks, the photographer must have gone through a long process of failure and success. Landscape photography is hard, there’s no easy way to say this. Although highly rewarding, it is still hard. But one thing that hampers your growth as a landscape photographer is to stay inside your cocoon, your comfort zone. Take a look at this adventurous video which explains how leaving your comfort zone in landscape photography can be beneficial for you and your photography.
Coming to you from the photography treks of Christian Irmler, this amazing video talks about leaving your comfort zone in landscape photography. Christian had been feeling a little disheartened as the weather was not going quite his way. But he understands the obstacles landscape photography throws at him. More importantly, he knows how to tackle them. To let you in on the secret, he explains the quickest way to a great shoot is to get out of your comfort zone.
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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.
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Finding a Woodland Photography Composition in Just a Fraction of a Second?
Woodland photography is not only about showcasing the woodlands or the landscape that surrounds it, although it matters, the real selling point of a woodland photograph is also its charm to tell a story. And as you might have seen in previous videos, composition allows the photographer to incorporate a story into the photograph. There are different techniques for composition, such as leading lines, horizon, rule of thirds, etc. But all of these will only work if your eye catches a splendid scene. Take a look at this amazing video which discusses finding a woodland photography composition in just a fraction of a second.
Coming to you from the experiences of Christian Irmler, this video will tell you if finding a woodland photography composition in just a fraction of a second is possible. After spending years after years in photography, your eye picks out details that might have otherwise been ignored. But even with this much experience, you cannot create a masterpiece in a fraction of a second. You have to give it time, flesh out the story, and place the woodland elements accordingly. A good practice is to take some shots before your actual picture to gauge the scene.
Check out the video above for the full rundown.
Succeeding With CLEAR SKY in Landscape Photography
Landscape photography is one of the most rewarding types of photography, but it is also the most challenging one. You do not have any control over the weather, and there are limitless variables that may go wrong at any point. One thing that no landscape photographer likes is a clear sky. The charm of landscape photography is in setting the mood of the frame. But a clear sky pulls the viewer out of that charm. So how to deal with that? Take a look at this amazing video which talks about succeeding with clear sky in landscape photography.
Coming from the photography adventures of Christian Irmler, this revealing video will show you the method of succeeding with clear sky in landscape photography. Christian Irmler explains that a clear sky is abundantly blue which distracts a viewer. You can either tone it down or keep it out of the frame as much as you can. Or, on the other hand, you can add an equally energetic element to balance it, such as the sun. In a landscape photograph, it all comes down to how well the image portrays the mood and story.
Check out the video above to get more compositional tips and tricks for a clear sky landscape shoot.
Fine Art Printing BIGGER Than A0
The last step of the photography ladder is not the editing table, it is the printing one. The transition from a photographer to an artist completes when you learn how to transfer your images to paper. But the problem is that the process can be too overwhelming. There are too many variables. How many megapixels do you need to print a fine art? How to choose the right paper and figure out the rest of the printing process? Take a look at this instructional video discussing fine art printing bigger than A0.
Coming from the years of experience of Christian Irmler, this amazing video answers all the questions regarding fine art printing bigger than A0. Even if you are a beginner, or figuring out how to work on a bigger canvas, this video will answer all your queries. For instance, just to choose the right paper, you have to understand if it behaves the way you want to, or if the DMAX, which is the tonality of the paper, is up to your artistic level.
Check out the video above if you do not yet understand the lingo and to get more tips.
Compositions Are Not Growing on Trees. Or Do They?
Apart from a photographer's skills, composition is what matters the most. To redefine the basic, the goal of composition is to direct the viewer’s eyes where you want them to look. In other words, a composition ensures that the story is told in the correct order. But what happens when there is no composition in your image? It becomes dull, there remains nothing exciting about it. Even if there were a story behind it, the viewer would be confused. Take a look at this ecstatic video which ponders over the question ‘Compositions are not growing on trees. Or do they?’
Coming to you after the regular photography treks of Christian Irmler, this compelling video discusses compositions are not growing on trees. Or do they? You must have heard of leading lines, rules of thirds, negative space, and horizon lines. All these are compositional rules. But add another one on the list; when it snows, compositions grow on the trees. Have you ever seen snow falling from the canopy of trees? It is truly magical. But timing is the main ingredient in this composition.
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Overcoming BORING Weather Conditions in Landscape Photography
Most landscape photography beginners prefer summer as it is easier to create positive images in that time. Winter is usually reserved for most veteran photographers as they know snow can magically enhance any landscape. But what happens when you combine rain and snow? You might get boring weather conditions, and that is the bane of any landscape photographer. Take a look at this amazing video which discusses overcoming boring weather conditions in landscape photography.
Coming to you after a rainy night at casa Christian Irmler, this helpful video teaches overcoming boring weather conditions in landscape photography. Photographers know that light can brighten up the mood in any scene, and snow can add drama and peace. But when the rain washes down the snow from the trees, you get a bleak landscape. This scene does not convey any emotion; hence it is called a boring condition. Fortunately, you can get around it by using two methods. Firstly, you can try to incorporate bleakness in the composition and construct a story around it. Or, you can avoid it altogether. Make sure you see the full video to get the full hang of the second method.
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How to Implant a STORY into your Landscape Photographs
You might have heard that a picture is worth a thousand words. It sounds true, but how does one do that? Even if you capture a scene with perfect composition and the best light possible, it does not necessarily convey a story. Most photographers go about it the wrong way and keep the story element at the least priority. Nothing can be more dangerous than this for a landscape photographer. You might get a memorable shot if you overlook storytelling, but you will not get a masterpiece. Take a look at this profound video to learn how to implant a story into your landscape photography.
Coming to you from the wisdom of Christian Irmler, this thoughtful video teaches you how to implant a story into your landscape photography. Nature is always telling us a story, but most photographers overlook it. In search of good composition, they forget to look for a story. The thumb rule to creating a masterpiece is to search for a story and support it with your composition and other elements. Christian Irmler explains two methods to incorporate a story into any landscape.
Check out the video above to discover the hard-earned secrets.
Succeeding When Everything Sucks in Landscape Photography
Landscape photography is one of the most rewarding types of photography. You get to find treasures and gems normally hidden from the human eye. As a photographer, it can not only satiate your thirst for creating photographs; it can also connect you with mother nature. But as they say, the most rewarding things come at the highest price. Sometimes nature is smiling down on you, and you keep clicking wonders. But what happens when the path gets difficult. Take a look at this inspiring video, which talks about succeeding when everything sucks in landscape photography.
Coming after a back-breaking trek by Christian Irmler, this video discusses succeeding when everything sucks in landscape photography. The difficulty is not only about the photography - it can be anything. Such as what happened with Christian, he left his tripod and snow shows in his car, and that too in freezing temperatures. But one thing remained constant, his tenacity and perseverance. And that is about the only thing that matters most in landscape photography, apart from your skills, of course. And another thing that helped him get amazing shots was his weather predictions. You might want to check out his last video for further details on this.
Check out the video above to know how he overcame the obstacles.
How I Make My Own Weather Forecast For Landscape Photography
Planning a landscape shoot is always a big hassle; there are too many variables. However, all landscape photographers can agree that weather is the trickiest one. No matter how many weather apps you may check, nature is nature. And you never know how it might change. But the previous statement is only partially true. Although you can never be sure about the weather, you can predict its path. Take a look at this enlightening video to find how I make my own weather forecast for landscape photography.
Coming to you from Christian Irmler, this educational video discusses how he makes my own weather forecast for landscape photography. The first thing you need to do is look at the global weather tendencies. For instance, this will give you insight into how the air pressure will transform in the next couple of days. As explained in the video, high air pressure is good for stable weather but it does not promise sunrise. On the contrary, low pressure produces more transitions, but it can help in the long run. Although the video might get a bit technical for some of you, stay till the end, and you will not be disappointed.
Check out the video above for the full rundown.
Why I Stopped Using WEATHER APPS For Landscape Photography
If you have dabbled in landscape photography, you might have heard that using a weather app is inevitable. Of course, it might still be true if you are just starting in landscapes. However, if you have used these apps, you know they are nowhere near perfect. They do not even come close. It is not like the predictions are wrong. The real problem is that the weather apps do not leave any room for interpretation. Take a look at this informational video and find out why I stopped using weather apps for landscape photography.
Coming to you after Christian Irmler’s unsuccessful experience with weather apps, this video discusses why he stopped using weather apps for landscape photography. He discusses that the conventional weather apps give us a scalar value; for instance, there will be a 60% chance of rain. But the remaining 40% is a big chunk and cannot be neglected. Instead, we need something more reliable, something that gives us vectors in addition to scalars. And tells us what could happen in all possible scenarios.
Check out the video above to find what you should use instead of weather apps.
Why Landscape Photography in WINTER Can Get TRICKY - And How I Succeed
If you get all four seasons in your region, count yourself among the luckiest people. May it be Summer, Spring, Fall, or Winter: they hold their own significance to photographers. However, some landscape photographers dread Winter and prefer the different shades of Fall. Granted, Fall is mesmerizing in its own right, but Winter has its own beauty to it. Take a look at this amazing video and see what Christian Irmler has to say about ‘Why Landscape Photography in WINTER Can Get TRICKY - And How I Succeed.’
Coming to you from Christian Irmler, this informative video discusses ‘Why Landscape Photography in WINTER Can Get TRICKY - And How I Succeed.’ Of course, the hardest thing in Winter for a landscape photographer is to get out of bed. Jokes apart, the trickiest thing is to find a good composition and not to ruin it with your own footprints. It might be difficult to get great photographs, but once you start looking, the snow and the frost add allure to the landscape. It is almost magical. The rest of the magic is in your hands.
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All GOOD THINGS in Landscape Photography
When photographers talk about the holy trinity in Landscape Photography, they mean Vista, Waterfall, and Woodland Photography. As you might have guessed, it is not easy to master all three of them. And it is definitely not easy to shoot all three of them in one morning. The first obstacle is the timing; each looks better at a certain time of day. However, an even bigger obstacle is that of the weather. But the fact is that learning all three of them is essential for a landscape photographer. Take a look at this inspirational video, which will take through 'All GOOD THINGS in Landscape Photography.'
Coming after a tiring yet instructional morning in Christian Irmler's photography treks, this amazing video will show you how to shoot All GOOD THINGS in Landscape Photography. As discussed, it is not easy to shoot the Holy Trinity in one morning, but Christian has challenged himself to it. This video is a collaboration between several landscape photographers. In the spirit of Christmas, they have created this 'Vlogmas' to keep the photographers entertained and instructed even in their homes.
Check out the video above to learn in detail about the Holy Trinity.
How to CONTROL the Viewer's EYES in Landscape Photography
As photographers, we can sometimes be so drowned in our vision that we forget a crucial detail. Photography is not just pointing and shooting; it is an art. Like every great art, there must be a meaning to it. But that is just one aspect of great art. The other aspect is that the art, the photograph, should include the viewer. And the best way to do that is to guide the viewer’s eyes. Take a look at this informational video which discusses how to control the viewer’s eyes in landscape photography.
Coming to you from Christian Irmler, this video will show you how to control the viewer’s eyes in landscape photography. He talks about the three phases of entrancing a viewer in your clicks. The first phase, the easier one, deals with grabbing the viewer’s attention. According to Christian, this phase shows the ‘Impact’ of your photograph and can be executed in multiple ways. For instance, using outstanding subjects, conditions, composition, or high contrast can help you excel in this phase. However, the real challenge comes after this phase.
Check out the video above to find what the other two phases are and how you can use them to make your images more memorable.
Photographing THIS will make you a BETTER PHOTOGRAPHER
Photography is more than simply pointing and shooting. It is an art that must be constantly polished and refined. Most experienced photographers know that there is always a new thing to learn – especially in composition. Keeping this principle of life-long learning in mind, every photographer strives to be better in their style. A portrait photographer would focus on portraits, a landscape photographer would focus on photographing landscapes better. But sometimes, it’s not just about the style. If you have been trying to push your photography limits, take a look at this motivating video which will tell you how Autumn plays a role in photography. And how photographing this will make you a better photographer.
Coming to you after Christian Irmler took a long trek in the woodlands, this fantastic video will show you how photographing this will make you a better photographer. In this video, Christian Irmler tears down the boundaries of different styles of photography and shows a way that could benefit all kinds of photographers. He explains that where some photographers claim full Autumn to be impossible to photograph, you should view it as an opportunity to get better.
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How to Start with FINE ART Photography?
The contrast between Fine Art Photography and the normal one is so stark that it confounds people when they transition towards it. Normally, they are used to capturing what is in front of the camera and what they are not used to is thinking artistically. However, Fine Art is not that simple; it is created not in the camera but on either side of it. In simple words, you must change your thought pattern and be artistic to make Fine Art Photography. If you have been trying to get into fine art, take a look at this amazing video which discusses how to start with fine art photography?
Coming from the artistic side of Christian Irmler, this incredible video will guide you on how to start with fine art photography. Christian understands that it is not as simple to get into this realm - he knows you must do more than just point at something. He dissects the frequent questions asked by fine art aspirants, such as how to find your style and how much editing is too much for fine art.
Check out the video above to get some great pointers about fine art photography.
When STRUGGLING Leads into Your BEST Day in Landscape Photography
The most beautiful thing about photography is that each day you get something new to learn. And every time you learn a new trick or a new composition, it will slightly improve your photography. These little increments eventually add up to produce amazing images. As Mao Zedong says, 'Once all struggle is grasped, miracles are possible.' However, sometimes, even with your impeccable skill and timing, you won't get the desired image just because nature would not go your way. If you have been through this, take a look at this inspirational video which discusses when struggling leads to your best day in landscape photography.
Coming after a very hectic day in Christian Irmler's photography walks, this breathtaking video will show you when struggling leads to your best day in landscape photography. Christian was hoping to take ethereal landscape images covered with fog. But nature had other plans, which really put a dent in Christian's plans. When these situations arise, you might start to hate the journey, and you might think of giving up. But if you hold your ground for that moment and keep struggling, you will see that it will all be worth it.
Check out the video above to get some inspiration for your next shoot.
POLARIZER: How FAR should we actually SCREW?
Photography is art, and art must always be improved. If you have just started your hand in photography or been doing it for some time, you must have come across polarizers. And similarly, you must have come across recommendations to use the said thing. The polarizer is an interesting and quite an important tool in photography. Those recommendations or advice are great, but only until a point. They mention all the great things a polarizer can do, but an important aspect is left behind. Take a look at this informative video which discusses that point and tells you, 'POLARIZER: How FAR should we actually SCREW?'
Christian Irmer experienced a similar confusion in the beginning, but fortunately, coming from his vast experience, this amazing video will tell you, 'How FAR should we actually SCREW?' Polarization can not only help with the composition but can improve the overall image quality as well. And this video discusses four different methods to use circular polarizers and how to apply the correct amount of polarization.
Check out the video above to get the in-depth information to improve your photography using a polarizer.
Should you REALLY bring ORDER in the CHAOS in Woodland Photography
Photography is another word for art. And just like the paints on a canvas, you make intricate designs and be extremely minute in your skill. But there are certain times when the artist lets the colors run wild and create chaos on the canvas. It may overwhelm us, but it cannot be denied that there is a certain beauty in the chaos. Similarly, there is natural chaos in woodland photography entwined with beauty. Take a look at this stunning video which discusses should you really bring order in the chaos in woodland photography.
Coming to you from Christian Irmler’s vast knowledge of landscape and woodland photography, this amazing video ponders the question: should you really bring order in the chaos in woodland photography. You might have been advised to try to find order in that chaos, but remember the nature runs wild with beauty creating jaw-dropping scenes everywhere. And it would not be fair to confine that chaos. The better option is to hone your eye and taste for beauty and look for masterpieces in the chaos. As noted above, photography is not about control - it is art.
Check out the video above to get your answer in detail.
What are the REALLY IMPORTANT Things in Landscape Photography?
Whenever we go out for a landscape photography shoot, we are torn apart among the most obvious of things. All of our focus is fixed on things like lighting, composition, background, and the like. No doubt, these are essential, and you cannot hope to capture a good image without keeping them in mind. However, in our search for a masterpiece, we usually overlook one of the most important things. If you think that you are captured in this dilemma too, take a look at this amazing video which will enlighten you about what are the really important things in landscape photography.
Coming to you from Christian Irmler's years of experience as a landscape photographer, this educating video will explain what are the really important things in landscape photography. The most important lesson he has learned in his challenging yet fruitful career is that landscape photography is hard, there’s no other way about it. And people quit too easily. But like every profession in the world, there’s a secret to it. And it lies in enjoying the process and being in the right mindset.
Check out the video above to find out the answers to some of your other problems regarding landscape photography as well.
There is Always a Composition in Landscape Photography
If you have ever dabbled in Landscape Photography, you would know that composition ties the landscape photograph together; it is the heart and soul of those photographs. But the important things are never easy. Similarly, you might face situations when seemingly there would be no composition. For instance, it could be a fog-covered environment. You would be sure to give up at that point, but just before doing that, take a look at this excellent video which emphasizes there is always a composition in landscape photography.
Coming straight from the lens of Christian Irmler, this video will show you there is always a composition in Landscape Photography. Christian was also shooting a lake wrapped in fog, and some passersby inquired what he was shooting as there was nothing to see. You might relate to this situation.
But as they say, beauty lies in the beholder’s eye; similarly, photographers should say the composition lies in the photographer’s eye. Composition is not only a representation of the landscape; it is the amalgam of the landscape and the photographer’s vision.
Check out the video above to replenish your creativity tank.