Woodland Photography with Gary Gough - Photo Biker 27
Are you interested in woodland photography? Well, you’re in the right place!
In the video above, I go behind the scenes with landscape photographer and YouTuber Gary Gough at Wistman’s Wood.
“Are we nearly there yet?” should’ve probably been the title of this video… and you’ll see why.
I’m far from a hardcore landscape photographer; Gary, on the other hand, lives and breathes for the landscape. So, it was quite an adventure!
Working with Gary on this video was awesome; he provides such great insight, such as why people often struggle with woodland photography.
“If you take boring woodland pictures, go to a better-looking woodland.” That’s a quote from the horse's mouth (sorry Gary, I’m calling you a horse!).
It’s interesting and inspiring to hear him talking about his approach to photography - one I think many photographers - me included - can understand and relate to.
Get stuck into the video; there’s so much great stuff to absorb from Gary - I add my own two cents, too :D
Watching Gary at work shows just how much patience you need and how you need to engage your photographer’s brain to get ‘the shot’. Great photography means trial and error, even when you are adept at it.
But, a good understanding of light, composition, camera settings, etc., is crucial. From there, you simply work on your creativity and technical know-how to build confidence in the type of photography you love - whether that’s woodland photography or something entirely different.
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In the last 6 months I watched all your free stuff, then invested in Masterclass in Photography and 7BB and studied, learned and practiced photography more than ever in my Life. I had fun in the exercises and fulfilled my challenge to take a picture every day. Sent some to National Geographics...but they don't like them... there must be something wrong with your course!