landscape photography Tag

Filters! Filters For Everyone! Olé! Well, filters for those of us that use smaller cameras but want bigger results. I can see this idea being of use to the Fujifilm, Ricoh, Panasonic, and Olympus shooters in particular. In Carlos' case it will be his Ricoh GRIII in the tiny little field case he carries. The NiSi company make very large filters, of course, and some quite complex mounting systems for the wide and zoom lenses that go onto DSLR cameras. In some cases the apparatus that is used to hold a graduated neutral density filter in front of a wide lens can be considerably larger than the camera it serves. Like video rigs, you sometimes have to peer closley to find the camera inside the accessories. In the case of the Gr III or other small cameras, the frame can be as small as the front of the lens itself. This is particularly the case if the lens is a fixed focal length. Take a look - that NiSi is tiny. Not tiny, though, are the filters - they are full-size in relation to...

Whenever I see some of the new photographic accessories that have hit the market since the advent of the action camera and the mobile phone camera I am tempted to ask myself the question in our title. Am I seeing a good new thing or the start of the apocalypse? The rather well-built accessory that you see in the heading image is made by NiSi - who manufacture world-class filters for landscape photographers. You can buy their ND, graduated ND, and other fine filters together with universal or dedicated filter holders for nearly every camera or lens. If its film, digital, APS-C, full frame, medium or large format...

Do you get up before dawn and drive around the suburbs looking for houses? Do you carry an entire studio in the back of your Hyundai TinyBoy? Do you deal with surly customers at 3:30 in the morning? Are you an unpaid maid who cleans up an entire house in a half hour? Do you take pictures that are demanded faster than Jesse James can say " Stick 'em up "? And do they have to be perfect - or you go to redo the entire sequence at your own expense? At dusk, this time...

No, it's not a dinner menu. It's news of a great opportunity for landscape and wildlife photographers next year - it's one of the kickers in a unique photo tour for 2019. Dennis Glennon Photography is the firm running the tour under the name Iconic Imagery. Instead of the usual round of African game parks or Alaskan grizzly bears, this tour offers...