I’m just back from a trip to an ancient woodland where I enjoyed some fulfilling photography but faced challenges in terms of the woodland itself and the weather. I created a video showing my experience and I give some tips and ideas to hopefully help you in your own woodland photography. You can watch the video on my YouTube channel here.
I've been on a few trips recently in various places across Scotland and I have vlogs from some of these on my YouTube channel. I always enjoy looking for unique images and I talk about that in one of my videos, I also have a couple of woodland photography videos posted. I really enjoy woodland photography and the search for interesting compositions. You can watch my latest video here and I've included a couple of images from recent videos below.
Woodland photography can be very challenging but I find it really rewarding when I capture a woodland image that I'm proud of. If you struggle with woodland photography my latest video may give you some tips and ideas to help, you can watch it here.
In this weeks vlog I discuss the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM lens (affiliate link to the product on Amazon - https://amzn.to/2Wy0FdB). I think this is an excellent lens and offers fantastic value for money, I also find that it works really well for woodland photography. To hear my thoughts on this and see the images I capture with this lens on a recent woodland trip, click here.
My recent landscape photography trips have seen me venture to a woodland and also climb high up in the Cairngorms in Scotland. In my woodland photography vlog I capture some of the finer details of the woodland and a particular scene which I found quite interesting, you can watch that video here. On my trip to the Cairngorms I set off late in the afternoon to climb high up in an attempt to capture the nice evening light as it hit the Cairngorm mountains and surrounding hills and lochs. Watch how I get on and see the images I capture here.