Tips for Using Flash to Enhance Outdoor Nature and Landscape Photography ~ David Shaw

Late on a winter evening, I was photographing atop a ridge in Colorado‚Äôs Front Range. I had been working on some landscape shots, but with the light fading from the sky, the thought of beer and food was beginning to overwhelm my desire to stay out. The colors were shifting to the deep tones of blue hour, and the light was long gone from the hills. About to give up and head home, I spotted a lone juniper atop a rocky outcrop, perfectly silhouetted against the deep blue of the mountain sky. I sighed, tempted to ignore the scene, but instead put my camera back on the tripod, walked over and composed a shot. With a click, I snapped the shutter. Read More…

This entry was posted in Landscape, Light. Bookmark the permalink.