I’ve been shooting landscapes now for just over 12 months, so I defiantly fall into the beginners category, starting in a cold February 2012 with just my Nikon D7000 camera shooting hand held to now owning a vast array of some rather expensive items of kit, Ill try and give you some Top Tips for Landscape Photography.
I’m now 2 weeks back from a weeks worth of Scotland Photography for a Week and to say I was blown away by its breathtaking scenery is an understatement! I set of for bonny Scotland on Monday morning after dropping my daughter of at school its a 5hr drive from the Midlands, which went really pleasant stopping once to recharge my needs It wasn’t long before I was driving along the A82 main road though the Highlands where the scenery on either side of the road is overwhelmingly beautiful . I reached the Glencoe Ski Centre where I knew there was a beautiful cottage called “Black Rock Cottage” which is probably the most photographed cottage in Scotland, so seen as my camera kit was in the boot I decided to stop and admire the view before me. Scotland A Photographers Heaven I spent the rest of Monday afternoon on the Glen Etive road which is a 12 mile stretch of single lane “Heaven For Photographers” to put it into perspective I have been taking Peak District Images now for just over 12 months and when I’ve been out in the Peak District you do bump into 1-2 fellow photographers but the […]
With the first signs of snow started to fall mid January 2013 I wanted to see Dove Dale in the Snow so taking advantage of the fresh snow fall and I decided to venture to the very scenic and beautiful Dove Dale in the Southern region of the Peak District.