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Landscape photography, part one: a few principles | Ming Thein

Landscape photography, part one: a few principles | Ming Thein | Edo Lucas Fotografie | Scoop.it


I’ll be straight up honest here: I’m not known as a landscape photographer. Far from it, in fact. But that hasn’t stopped me from experimenting, and as we all know, experimentation is the key to artistic development and evolution: applying what you learn in one discipline to your others can result in something unique, and vice versa. I think the relationship between landscape, cityscape and architectural photography is pretty obvious. Might I approach a watch or food plating as a landscape in future? Why not! Or treat a landscape as an abstract? Certainly. Let’s start – as usual – by throwing the rule book out of the window. Warning: I’m going to make some people very angry here. Forget the rule of thirds, fifths, golden proportion, whatever – if your subject doesn’t fit the composition, it doesn’t fit. And there’s simply no way the rule of thirds can apply universally across multiple aspect ratios; a square will have very different balance properties to a 16:9 cinematic.....


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Experimenteren is alles wat je kan doen als je geen expert bent. Genieten van je foto's is het belangrijkste wat er is

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Photographer Clay Cook taking fashion from Louisville to the world - Louisville.com

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Louisville.com Photographer Clay Cook taking fashion from Louisville to the world Louisville.com By the time our band had split in 2010, I decided I wanted to take on graphic design full time and started inquiring about DSLR cameras to shoot my own...
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Wildlife and Landscape Photography with the Fuji X-E2 | Marc Sadowski

Wildlife and Landscape Photography with the Fuji X-E2 | Marc Sadowski | Edo Lucas Fotografie | Scoop.it


I finally got my first Fuji camera. After a year of renting the X-series cameras and trying out which camera was the better choice, I finally bought the Fuji X-E2. It was going to be the X-Pro1 but when I read that the X-E2 was better I just took the dive and picked that up. Wedding season is at a bit of a lull right now – the time being December and all. But I did get to try my hand at wildlife photography. My co-host on the podcast, Matt Hoffman, got word that some snowy owls traveled south due to food shortages up in the North. So I rented the XF 55-200mm lens and we headed out along the seacoast to find some owls. Our trip started on the coast of Southern New Hampshire and took us up as far as the Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine.....


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Fantastische camera, misschien een kerstcadeau voor edo lucas?

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