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.
Ideas for Autumn Photography
If you have never stepped into a forest before, you might be a little hesitant to go for a shoot there. But if there is one thing you should never miss, it is a forest in autumn. Not only is autumn a really cozy time of the year, but if you can dare to be a little adventurous, it will give you the most breathtaking moments. This exceptional video tutorial will give you some of the best ideas for autumn photography.
Coming to you from Christian Irmler, this stunning video shows off the best ideas for autumn photography that you can use in your shoot. One of the best parts of autumn photography is beholding the natural transition of forests from green to yellow; it never ceases to amaze. The foliage takes the breath away with the amazing colors, and there is an abundance of subjects in autumn.
“But if there is one thing that I have always recommended, it’s that don’t look for subjects, look for stories. Even a bland-looking subject can tell an amazing story; you just need to be creative.” - Christian Irmler
Check out the video above to get your creative juices flowing.
How the Right Light Can Improve Autumn Landscape Photography
If photographers were to swear by one thing and one thing alone, it would be that lighting is king. It does not matter what you are shooting or what style you are using; if you don’t get the lighting right, you might mess up badly. Although you might say that light is more controllable in a contained studio environment, it plays an equally important role in landscape photography. In this video photography artist Christian Irmler shows how the right light improved his autumn landscape photography massively.
This incredible video will show you how the right light improved my autumn landscape photography. Of course, you cannot control light when you go for a landscape shoot, but never forget that natural light is your best ally. The only thing you need to do is know how to work with it, and it will do wonders for you.
"Usually, I don’t like to bring things into my composition made by human hands, but in this case, it adds to my composition. And when you add a great composition with perfect light, that’s when the magic happens." - Christian Irmler. Check out the video above for the full rundown.
The BEST Conditions for Landscape Photography
Your opinion might differ on the best conditions for landscape photography, but if there is one thing common in all landscape photography opinions, it would be that it all depends on the story you are trying to tell. And it depends on mother nature, the capability of the landscape, and of course, your ability to capture it right. If you agree, you should check out the video to see how landscape photographer Christian Irmler got the best conditions for landscape photography in the middle of the bland and textureless landscape.
This stunning video will show you how Christian found the best conditions for landscape photography this year and how he got the most out of them. Just to give you a heads-up, you might look at a scene sometime, and you might be tempted to move away due to blandness. But all it takes is a few steps and the determination to take risks, and you end up with the best images of the season. “I did not really plan to take all the risks in that weather; I did not even have my super long telephoto lens with me at the time, but the scene was absolutely amazing, and I grabbed the opportunity. Wait till you see the results in the video.“
Check out the video above for the full rundown from Christian.
How Inspiration lead into a MASTERPIECE
If you put some photographers in front of a scene and ask them to shoot it, they will produce different results. Whether it be composition or the angle or anything else for that matter, there will be something unique about each of them. The only thing that is similar in every photographer who has ever lived is that there comes a time in their life when they feel the polar opposite of inspiration. This video discusses how inspiration leads to a masterpiece.
Coming to you from Christian Irmler, this incredible video will guide you on how inspiration led him to create a masterpiece and how you can too.
"Being a landscape photographer, I had this belief that I wanted to create my own art, my own story. But photographing a fire festival would not be my story; that’s what I believed. I reluctantly went there and took some photographs, and the only thing I can say now is that I have never been so wrong" - so Christian.
Sometimes a simple inspiration can lead to masterpieces. You might not be tempted to take your camera just like Christian wasn’t, but it might be worth as it was for him. Check out the video above for the full rundown.
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"I toally risk with the weather, but I would risk much more if I would stay at home, because staying at home always leads into 100% fail."
Christian Irmler - Landscape Photographer and great-great grandnephew of Gustav Klimt (6th degree)