Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing the trees in a tropical landscape, part of Landscape Photography: Tropical Scenes.
- Many landscape photographer's…favorite place to shoot is the coast.…Now I've had the opportunity to share with you…a course on Olympic National Park,…where we got to photograph on Second Beach,…and in New Zealand photographing the coast there,…and wonderful experiences.…And now we're presented with something completely different.…The only thing that remains the same is…hey, we've got a beach and we've got an ocean,…but we're in the tropics,…and the tropics means a couple of things.…First, is very interesting plants and trees,…and in this case, on Hawaii, palm trees.…
Now not only do they give you…a wonderful compliment to the ocean,…but they represent an emotion,…and so much of photography is telling a story.…Now when somebody sees a photograph…of a beautiful beach and palm trees,…instantly, they're transported to vacation,…to a sense of paradise.…And so that's what we really want to embrace,…is the emotion of escaping to a tropical paradise.…
- Shooting a tropical sunset scene
- Finding the right angles for photographing trees
- Photographing plants and flowers
- Macro lenses
- Static shots
- Multiple-exposure work
- Shooting a long exposure of the beach
- Capturing a unique shot of a waterfall
Skill Level Intermediate
Travel Photography: Costa Ricawith Richard Harrington3h 54m Intermediate
Landscape Photography: Telephoto Lenseswith Justin Reznick51m 53s Intermediate
1. Tropical Landscape Scenes
2. The Trees in a Tropical Location
3. Photographing Flowers and Foliage
4. Photographing a Waterfall
Editing the waterfall images3m 15s
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