Photographing A River Without A Vanishing Point I am asked at times about my technique I use when I photograph rivers. The simple answer would be “try to capture the rivers intensity and power.” I do this with a couple of tricks in composition including removing the pictures vanishing point.
There is a concept known in the biologist, botanist and horticulturalist community which is a fairly recent one called “Tree Bathing” Sounds interesting… you say. What is tree bathing? you ask. What does it entail? you ask again, more skeptically. Tree bathing only requires that you sit or walk in nature and what recent science is confirming that… Read More How To Lower Heart Rate with Nature
Get the right lighting. 3/4 sun 1/4 shade is a good rule
Warm diffused light looks good Lighting the underbelly of the mushroom makes for a more dynamic picture (maybe bring a mirror)… Read More How To Photograph Mushrooms