So, you want to get into landscape photography? Whether you’re a beginner or professional, you need the right camera that enables you to achieve the best results. With a growing number of systems and advancing technology, deciding on the right camera has become more difficult than ever. Questions like: “Which camera should I buy?” “Which technology should I choose from?” and “What the heck is the difference between them all?” can leave us with sweating palms. A few years ago, these questions were easy to answer – if you wanted to get creative results, you had to buy a DSLR. But since Panasonic’s introduction of the mirrorless camera in 2008, the entire market has shifted. So, what IS the best camera for landscape photography?
Swiss landscape and travel photographer, Emilien Gigandet devotes himself to capturing breathtaking outdoor photographs. Specializing in telling stories of wanderlust with his camera, his goal is to share the beauty and magic of nature with others. His journeys have taken him from his hometown in Jura to distant photography destinations like Svalbard, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, North Cap, Segla, and more.
We all make mistakes. In fact, making them is the best way to learn new skills and grow creatively. Especially as a beginner photographer, trial and error is essential to understanding your gear and how to use it. But why spend years learning the ropes when you can build on the knowledge of others? The good news is: you’re in luck, budding photographer. Here are eight of the most common mistakes that beginner photographers make and how to fix them. So, before you throw your camera out the window or buy (even more) expensive gear, check out these tips below.
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Die Arktis ist die Heimat der einzigartigsten Tierarten und Landschaften der Welt. Bei Minusgraden und unvorhersehbarem Wetter ist es auch eine der anspruchsvollsten Umgebungen zum fotografieren. Besonders bei Tierfotografie hängt ein gutes Foto von mehreren Faktoren ab. Man muss zur richtigen Zeit am richtigen Ort mit der richtigen Kameraeinstellung sein.
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The Arctic is home to some of the most unique wildlife and landscapes in the world. With below zero temperatures and unpredictable weather, it’s also one of the most challenging environments to shoot in. Especially when it comes to wildlife, getting the shot can be a combination of both skill and being at the right place at the right time.
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