Spring is now in full swing, and it's one of the best times to get out with your camera and photograph the awakening of nature. This great video will give you 12 tips to improve your spring landscape photography as well as some fun image ideas.
Coming to you from Photo Tom, this great video discusses 12 tips and ideas for springtime landscape photography. I particularly enjoy springtime photography because advection fog (caused by warm and moist air moving over colder ground or water) is especially common in the mornings and can make for some very ethereal and otherworldly images. It's a great time to head out early and capture the interplay between the rising sun, the fog, and the blossoming plant life. What's particularly neat about advection fog is that because of how it forms, it tends to stay low to the ground or to the surface of water, meaning if you can find small rises or even things like churches in a valley, you can use the fog to isolate them and draw attention to them in a natural and fascinating way. Check out the video above for more.
And if you really want to dive into landscape photography, check out "Photographing the World 1: Landscape Photography and Post-Processing!"