A Landscape Photography Tutorial: Snowdonia

by Staff May 6, 2016 at 5:43 am

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  1. This is an awesome video 😀 Im definatly subbing, i will try to visit your channel regularly from now on 😀 if you can do visit my channel! That would be awesome!! 😀 Until next time and keep up the great videos! Peace

  2. Enjoyed the vid. Your views on risk are dead on.  I shot 34 lenses of a single scene recently just to do something different. Most shots were technically average or below par but one or two – 'popped'. I agree  screw the critics and do it for yourself.

  3. Sean. Extremely good video packed with great, thoughtful advice on so many levels. From some very good landscape top tips to inspirational thinking about motivation in ones passion. I'm a weekend warrior newbie amateur at landscape photography and its taken me a good year to learn a lot of about this great craft and art form. Thanks for some thought provoking ideas. Maybe I will follow through on attempting portraiture which scares me to death but the reward could be huge. Subscribed and looking forward to viewing more of your videos.

  4. Loved this Sean, the honesty is very refreshing and it's a great way to recharge whilst still doing what we love, away from the studio. I'm based in North Wales at the moment, next time you come up let me know, we often have a few adventures during the summer (landscape, urbex, casual stuff etc) and you can come along if you liked. All the best!

  5. A honest, down to earth video, well done! Is good to see photography can aslo let you escape from the daily drag a job can be, even if you still do the same thing; shooting images.

  6. I shoot products as well (for different reasons, of course), and I understand 100% what you mean.
    I'm going through that right now, and this video has been extremely insightful breakdown of that problem, and what to do to try to solve it.

    Thank you!

  7. Great video, and message. I feel exactly the same way sometimes with photography. Doing it day to day with similar challenges can really put you into auto pilot and suck the fun out of something I love.

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