Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting the details at low tide in the fjords, part of Photographing the Fjords of New Zealand.
- [Justin] We've come to another composition.…Similar theme, we've got the green, mossy rocks.…In order to get here, I had to cross some water.…We're playing here in the sound,…it's important to have the right gear…so that you're comfortable.…What I've got are my knee-high neoprene socks,…and I've got my water shoes.…What's so great is, the neoprene keeps my feet warm,…and I just walk around without a care in the world.…You just get wet.…If you come here with normal shoes, hiking shoes,…you tend to kind of dance around.…You may not go to a location where the best shot is.…
I can't recommend enough, it's not just for rivers…and waterfalls, it's for the coast, it's for the fjords.…Any time you're around water, give yourself the freedom…to go wherever you want to go.…Here we are, we've got another beautiful setup…of green, mossy rocks.…I'll tell you, it's really popping in the viewfinder.…When I turn that polarization, the green just really sings.…I want to explore a little bit different here,…in that, when we have a wide-angle lens,…
- Essential gear, from tripods to lenses
- Shooting at water's edge at low tide
- Shooting handheld from a moving boat
- Capturing details
- Post-processing techniques