Sometimes, it is worth trying new, fresh approaches to landscape photography, and one such approach is to take the same picture under different lighting conditions. Dennis Bromage is back from the idyllic fishing village of Staithes in Yorkshire and has the story
In this new column I am trying to illustrate that landscape photography is not about which camera you use or clever camera or computer techniques you employ, it is about having the vision and the eye for a good image. It is about pairing a great location with the right light and weather conditions but, more than that, it is about choosing the best season and time of day.
I am always on the lookout for new locations or for fresh ways to shoot classic and iconic locations. My first approach is to take a quick snapshot with my iPhone, a sketch almost. This allows me to think about possible compositions and also acts as an aide-mémoire. I think also about sun position and many other variables and start to...
Read this article, and many more, in High Definition, inside Issue 26 of Landscape Photography Magazine.