Learning how to take pictures of mist and fog is a skill which can be developed with some practice and a little guidance. Improve your mist and fog images here with this fantastic guide! These techniques are for anyone willing to get up and out early and capture the fresh beauty of the outdoors.
Midday is one of the most difficult times to shoot for any photographer. The brutal truth is that cameras struggle with the extreme light and photographers struggle with making that harsh light result in a pleasing image. That being said, during your photography career, you are almost certainly going to find yourself in a situation […]
If it’s raining, photography lives on. Some great tips here to ensure you get the best from shooting outdoors in overcast (and/or wet) conditions. Sometimes bad weather creates opportunity for some highly creative shooting and when the storm has past, little gems can pop up when you least expect them too.
Getting your landscape photographs out of your computer and onto a wall is extremely satisfying. Here’s a great guide to printing landscape photographs
The history of landscape photography is a fascinating journey into the evolution of the craft and enables you to contextualize your own style. Enjoy
Probably one of the most common questions we get at Light Stalking is how to photograph lightning and get those spectacular shots you see in magazines. But photographing lightning can be a damn tricky thing to attempt. Besides the obvious safety concerns, the photographic variables are difficult to overcome and the conditions don’t usually make […]