Experience of the vibrance shooting in landscape photos

Instead of trying to “freeze” every shake of the subject, the main focus of the lay portray this to have a more creative shots. Many people when shooting landscapes often worry about the small vibration of leaves or grass can make photos look blurry and ugly. In fact, instead of looking off avoiding this, they can focus on its side so that the main expression of this can shake convey a message even if sometimes only describes the actual weather conditions of photographic moment.

Required equipments

– Camera.

– Tripod – to convey movement, need long exposures, so a tripod is essential to prevent the camera from shaking.
– ND filters to be photographed slower rate in case more light.
To get started, watch the scenery you intend to shoot, think should express the degree on how much motion is reasonable (or fast long exposure to blur more or less). There is no golden rule here, they’re all just shooting and shooting until the picture is the most compatible.

Here are some specific cases.

1. Waterfall


If you want to shoot waterfalls and restated the flow of water but still represents an actual scene, you can use a shutter speed of about 1/15 to 1/60 sec (depending on how fast the flow ) just enough water to blur. If you want a picture is mystical rather dim, you will have to speed more slowly. Due to the slow speed will come with a small aperture so often you will not need to worry about the definition by the depth of field in this case often enough for panoramic strokes.

2. Sea

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At the sea, the waves image can be very beautiful when shooting at slower speeds to create the fog effect fades. Should choose the time at the end of the day, when the light is low and can shoot long exposures. If taken at the sky too bright, is likely to be used to ND filter to achieve the desired effect. For as photo above was taken in broad daylight with the ND filter of LeeFilter Big Stopper (a reduction of 10 stops) combined with multi-exposure techniques (techniques for consecutive shooting and combine them in a picture, from the film machine, available only on some versions of the machine Nikon, Pentax and Canon recently applied new 1DX back. and besides this technique often used by software processing photo postproduction).

3. Sand


With a windy day at the beach, can form sand winds blowing into a trail looks very impressive. Note, when taking sand, very broken camera should necessarily protective mantle dedicated camera. In the image above, the camera is placed down low near the ground to describe the streak of sand and each grain of sand.

4. Trees or grass


On days when the wind, motion capture of trees or grass simply fixed camera on a tripod and shooting with a long enough exposure time or multi-exposure shooting style. If the wind is strong, you can hang something more on a tripod to help increase weight machine stand. With photographs grasslands, due to the movement of grass, fences have been shaken under the scheme while the photographer still want to fence looks sharp and has shaken only. Therefore, to capture many different speeds until you find the optimal speed for both objects are reeds and fences.

The motion of the leaves if they are handled well will also create certain artistic impression, as restated by the wind is blowing flutter. Photograph taken with the tree under the multi-exposure technique for 10 consecutive style, creating a misty scenery picturesque.

If heaven landscape which met a storm, do not try to take “freeze” would lose all the motions, instead, sought to describe it, you will see your photo has been added new nuances and exciting.

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