There are lots of suggestions and recommendation on the market for all types of various genres of images. Most of them contain method or shopping for extra gear. Little or no is about our behaviour and mindset. This video from Mark Denney, although, is a bit of totally different. In it, he presents 4 habits he’s developed over the previous few years which have helped him together with his workflow to enhance his panorama images.
Whereas Mark freely admits that everyone’s workflow is totally different and never each tip goes to assist everyone, these are some nice recommendations. I comply with a few these myself they usually’ve made a giant distinction to my images over time. Perhaps they’ll assist yours, too.
- Drop all of your gear whenever you present up and simply discover
- Make a number of edits over a number of days
- Minimise and simplify your gear
- Shoot a storyboard
The largest one for me, and one thing I’ve been doing for about 9 years now’s the primary one on Mark’s listing. Significantly for taking pictures portraits in wilderness places. Once we present up on the spot we’re going to shoot, we dump all of the gear and simply go discover. It’s too straightforward to only rock as much as a location and begin taking pictures that you simply ignore every thing else and Mark says the identical of panorama images, too. It lets you get out of that “photographer” mindset for a bit, weighed down with gear, to only benefit from the location and see issues that you simply may not in any other case discover.
The third in Mark’s listing is one other I attempt to comply with, too. I used to take a lot “simply in case” gear that it simply acquired to be an excessive amount of to take care of on location. Now I deliver issues proper right down to the naked minimal I believe I’ll want. My again is unquestionably grateful! Fewer gear choices whilst you’re on the location additionally forces you to push your self and your gear extra as a way to attempt to do one thing new and totally different – even when it’s simply new and totally different to you. It’s an effective way to essentially get to know what you and your gear are able to.
What habits do you comply with for landscapes or any sort of location taking pictures to make your life simpler or enhance your work?