Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing tropical flower photography, part of Landscape Photography: Tropical Scenes.
- My favorite aspect of tropical landscapes…are the trees, the plants, the flowers.…Now, in the previous chapter…you saw how excited I was to photograph trees…very unique to the tropical landscape…we're photographing here in Hawaii.…Now I want to move on to a little bit smaller,…I want to focus in on the flowers and the plants.…And we're here at a tropical garden,…we're about 3,300 feet above sea level,…to see some very unique varieties of…those flowers and plants for us to photograph.…
Now, any time you find yourself in a tropical landscape,…I really encourage you to look for…any kind of garden or sanctuary.…They tend to be very peaceful, well taken care of,…and very friendly towards photographers.…Not only tropical landscapes,…but even in big cities or other parts…you'll find gardens all over.…And in fact I find a lot of people are surprised…at how amazing their gardens can be…in their local cities.…So, we're going to take this opportunity…to really focus on some unique plant life…starting with this beautiful flower.…
- 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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