10 Helpful Tips for Woodland Photography

If you are used to creating landscape images of wide-open views that stretch for miles, stepping into a forest for the first time can be a bit daunting and tough to tackle. Nonetheless, it is well worth taking the time to learn, as you can create fantastic, compelling, and unique photos in the forest. This excellent video tutorial will give you 10 helpful tips to start you on your way. 

Coming to you from Photo Tom, this awesome video tutorial will give you 10 tips for improving your woodland photos. One of the neatest parts of working in the forest is just how unique the light can be depending on where you position yourself. The foliage provides an ever-evolving maze of light and shadow, and there are eye-catching patterns wherever you turn. I also like to bring a macro lens with me just because there are so many little details and elements wherever you turn, and you can get a ton of mileage out of a single spot just by varying your lens choice. Check out the video above for the full rundown. 

And if you'd really like to dive into landscape photography, check out our series of landscape photography tutorials with Elia Locardi! 

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