Posts Tagged ‘landscapes’

Professional Techniques in the Field

The students who attend the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging at the University of Nottingham, do a project called Professional Techniques in the Field. Part of this is a project which is called landscapes, here the students have to provide a selection of their best landscape images below is Christopher Tranter landscape images.

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The Professional Techniques in the Field is a major project, also included in the project is Timelaspe, Water, Urban Wildlife, portfolio and British Wildlife this all goes together to make one big project.

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RL Hopkins.

Normally, books on wildlife photography are packed with sumptuous, ultra close shots of wild life, going about their natural business, unaware of a photographer only metres away.This book has that, but takes the story further by tipping in wild, wild shots of the natural environment, icebergs, cascading rivers, caves, deserts and more. Author Hopkins has covered the wild world for over 20 years, moving from large and medium format cameras to 35mm SLRs, 4×5 sheet film, 645 trannies and on to digital capture. He confides that “photography found me later in life, a consequence of my background in geology and affinity for nature and wild places.” He suggests that you can use this book as a workbook, accessing its contents without any particular order. The messages are clear: know your equipment; be as open as possible to what nature presents; be in the right place at the right time. Preparation is crucial; know the seasons and their characteristics; understand the seasonal patterns of wildlife behaviour. Frequently, the inside knowledge you can gain may not come from photographers but from locals who live in the territory. Gear up with precise knowledge of your equipment; make sure you understand all the camera’s features; comprehend the role of the histogram to fully utilize the image’s brightness range; pack a wide range of lenses; always use a tripod … and so on. The info is techy but highly readable, which makes the book a good read in its own right. Hopkins’ writing style is conversational, with the occasional anecdote to leaven the text. I figure the book would appeal both to beginner and experienced wild life enthusiast. Also, I enjoyed the many images that verged on the abstract … you don’t always need to shoot sharp, clean and clear. Fuzzy is sometimes the way to go!




Author: RL Hopkins.
Publisher: Lark Books.
Length: 240 pages.
ISBN: 978 1 60059 522 6

And a good price at on line book stores.

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Closes 30 April 2011

Thrusting out of the Atlantic some 50 miles west of Harris, St Kilda’s breathtakingly wild landscape, cultural history and abundant wildlife have long fascinated explorers and naturalists. Once the most remote community in Britain, the archipelago is a dual UNESCO World Heritage Site listed both for its natural environment and cultural significance.

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Landscape Photography Magazine is a means for photographers around the world to communicate, exchange ideas, images, views and learn from each other. Our aim is to spread the love of landscape photography and inspire all ages on every corner of this planet. We would love to hear your views, what you think so far and what you would like to see in the future.








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If you can make this seminar then make it, £20.00 to listen to a great photographer is cheap.

Landscape photographer Charlie Waite will be giving an exclusive evening seminar at Calumet’s Drummond Street store on Tuesday, 22nd February. Starting at 5pm, the seminar will cover two main topics – ‘Influences’, and ‘Small on Landscape’, a fully illustrated talk on photography using a compact camera. Tickets for the Calumet seminar are £20 and are now on sale at the website below.

Website: Light & Land

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The Masters students working along side the 2nd year undergraduate, explaining the photographic techniques that they could use within their module, the session took place today at Wollaton Hall between 10.00 and 13.00 the three staff members in attendance David Fox, Steve Galloway and David McMahon all thought that the session went really well and there was a lot of hard work and enjoyment from both sets of students.

Photography David W McMahon

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Time-lapse photography, one area to look at maybe, is landscapes. Landscapes, the environment has a tendency to be slower, and there is a lot of light to work with at times! The level of failure may not be as high as in the studio? Control of light and correct exposure throughout of the time-lapse is very important.

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