7 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS I’VE LEARNED IN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY
There are certain tips and pieces of advice that I find myself giving more than anything else during workshops or in response to email enquiries, and in this video I've tried to put them all together.
6 TIPS FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY COMPOSITION
Composition is one of the trickiest aspects of photography to master. In this this video I cover the 6 things I always keep in mind when composing my landscape images. If you'd like to join me for a landscape photography workshop I'll be co-leading groups in 4 workshops in Tuscany, Iceland and the Dolomites in 2018.
6 REASONS WHY YOU NEED A TELEPHOTO FOR SHOOTING LANDSCAPES
Wide angles are the obvious choice for a lens when shooting landscapes, but there are plenty of times when you really need to have a telephoto lens in your camera bag to get the most out of a scene.
UNDERSTANDING LIGHT IN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY
In this video I take a look at how understanding the quality of light at different times of day and in different weather conditions, and the way it interacts with a scene can help us when we making landscape images.
LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY - EXPECTATION & REALITY
Whenever we go anywhere to take landscape images, it's pretty much impossible to avoid expectation. We have certain expectations of what a place will be like and what kind of image we'll shoot, but often these expectations affect our appreciation of a scene and hinder our ability to create images there.
THOUGHTS ON WHY WE DO LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY (& TAKING MORE SATISFYING IMAGES)
The ideas in this video have been buzzing around my head for a while now and this is an attempt to try to identify what it is that compels us to head out into the landscape to make images.
WHAT’S IN MY CAMERA BAG FOR A LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY TRIP
This is a short video going over what I carry in my camera bag on a typical photography trip. My philosophy is to travel light and try to refine my kit down to just taking what I'm going to need and use.
WHAT'S IN MY BAG FOR A LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY TRIP
A look at what I pack in my bag when I go on a photography trip. I always try to be as lightweight as possible and keep it as simple.
2 ESSENTIAL LENSES FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY
How many lenses do you really need for landscape photography? In this video I look at what I think are the two essential lenses, and why I believe it’s important to travel as light as possible when out shooting the landscape
7 TIPS FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY IN WINTER
Winter is upon us and in this video I look at 7 tips, artistic and practical, for taking landscape photography images in winter.
HOW TO SHOOT LONG EXPOSURES
In this video I discuss the gear and technique required to shoot long exposure images at one of my favourite locations in Carrasquiera, Portugal
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN ICELAND
Last month while I was in Iceland I took the opportunity to go on a photography flight above the Highlands and glacial rivers...something I've wanted to do for years.
AN INTRODUCTION TO CAPTURE ONE PRO FOR LIGHTROOM USERS
I started using Capture One about 9 months ago and in that time it's slowly replaced Lightroom as my main image editor. This video isn't meant to compare which software is better, but rather to give an overview the features of Capture One and how I use it in my workflow.
MOUNTAIN PHOTOGRAPHY - CAPTURE TO EDITING
Last month I spent a week or so in the snowy Dolomites mountains and put together this video about shooting an image from capturing the scene to my complete image editing workflow.
MAKING THE MOST OF OVERCAST WEATHER - CAPTURE TO EDITING
I love colourful sunrises and sunsets with beautiful warm golden light illuminating the landscape, but when you've dragged yourself out of bed in the dark and up a mountain and the weather doesn't give you what you want, there's still the possibility to capture stark moody landscapes.
MOUNTAIN PHOTOGRAPHY - FROM CAPTURE TO PROCESSING
In this video I take you through the making of an image from capture in the Italian Dolomites to final processing.
COMPLETE IMAGE WORKFLOW - FROM LOCATION TO EDITING
I was in Uttakleiv beach in Norway earlier this year and put together this video about how I make an image, from shooting on location to my complete image editing workflow.
FUJIFILM X-T3 - A LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER’S REVIEW
I’ve been using the Fuji X-T3 for a couple of months now after upgrading from the X-T2, and this is an overview of how good I feel the X-T3 is for shooting landscapes based on my own experience with it and previous X-T series cameras.
FUJIFILM X-T30 - A PRACTICAL COMPARISON WITH THE X-T3 & X-T20
I've been using the Fuji X-T30 for about a month alongside my X-T3 and replacing my X-T20, which was my previous back up camera. This isn't an in-depth review of all the cameras details and features or a technical break down image quality or a comparison with other cameras.
FUJIFILM GFX 50R - A LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER’S REVIEW
I got the chance to spend two weeks in shooting in the Dolomites with the Fujifilm GFX 50R earlier this month, and here's a review I put together.
FUJIFILM GFX 50S LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY REVIEW
I spent a week with the Fujifilm GFX 50S medium format putting it through it's paces shooting landscapes in Tuscany and Cinque Terre, Italy.
FUJIFILM 50-140MM & 55-200MM TELEPHOTO COMPARISON FOR LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY
I'm a big fan of telephotos for landscapes and I get asked a lot which Fuji telephoto I recommend. In this video I compare the 55-200mm with the 50-140mm to see what the differences are between the lenses for shooting landscapes
FUJIFILM 8-16MM F2.8 - A PRACTICAL REVIEW
I've been interested in the Fuji XF8-16mm f2.8 since I first saw it on the Fuji road map, so I was excited to have the chance to borrow the lens and see how it performs.
FUJIFILM X-T2 - LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY REVIEW
I've been using the Fuji X-T2 for about 6 or 7 months now after upgrading from an X-T1, and this is very untechnical review of how good a landscape camera it is. In the time I've had it, I've taken it with my to Tuscany and on a camping trip to Iceland, as well as shooting landscapes with it on the coast of Portugal, my home.
FUJIFILM X-T20 - A PRACTlCAL COMPARISON WITH THE X-T2
A video review of the X-T20 looking at the similarities and differences with Fuji's flagship X-T2, and what I like about the camera.
FUJIFILM X-E3 - A PRACTICAL COMPARISON WITH THE X-T20
I borrowed the Fujifilm X-E3 and took it to snowy Norway to compare it with the X-T20, my usual carry-around, video and back up camera.
FUJIFILM X-H1 - A PRACTICAL COMPARISON WITH THE X-T2
I borrowed the Fujifilm X-H1 last month and spent a week shooting with it in Tuscany comparing it with the X-T2, my usual landscape camera. This isn't an in-depth review of all the cameras specifications and features, rather I focused on the practical differences I noticed between the two cameras while using them in the field.
SWITCHING TO FUJI FROM NIKON FULL FRAME
I've been using the Fuji X system now for a little over two years after switching from a full frame Nikon kit. One of the questions I get asked most often is about making the switch, and the blog that I wrote for my website 2 years ago is still one of my most read articles, so I thought it was time I made an actual video about why I switched and what I felt about it.
LAOWA 9MM f2.8 - A PRACTICAL REVIEW
Here's a quick, and very unscientific, review of the Laowa 9mm f2.8 lens. I've been using one with my X-T2 for about a month now and this review is based on my experience in the field shooting landscapes.
DJI MAVIC 2 PRO - REVIEW & BEST SETTINGS
I've been using the Mavic 2 Pro for a couple of months now and this video covers my thoughts about how it compares to the previous Mavic Pro, and what settings I've found work for getting the absolute best out the camera's 1" sensor
DJI MAVIC PRO 6 MONTH REVIEW
Before I got hold of the DJI Mavic back in late January I'd never flown a drone before. I was also completely new to shooting video and bought the Mavic because I wanted to start putting together short films alongside my landscape photography.
BEST SETTINGS CAMERA & GIMBAL FOR MAVIC PRO
I've had the Mavic Pro for about 3 months now and I'm still learning how to get the best out of it. The sensitive default gimbal settings in particular make it hard to get cinematic footage, and the camera needs a little tweaking to get the most out of it.
LEARNING TO FLY A DRONE PART 2: STILL IMAGE QUALITY
Since I got hold of the DJI Mavic Pro last month I've been slowly trying to get to grips with flying and filming with drones so I decided to experiment with the RAW images on the Mavic and create a video review while I was doing it.
LEARNING TO FLY A DRONE WITH THE DJI MAVIC PRO
I recently bought a DJI Mavic drone. I've never used a drone before but was interested to learn and see how easy it was, as well as seeing what kind of footage I'd be able to get with such a small portable drone.
FUJIFILM X STORIES - PRECIOUS GFX
X-Photographer Andy Mumford from Portugal shoots landscape on GFX 50R.
CREATIVE EXPOSURE: EPISODE 1
Here’s an interview I did with Jonas Paurell of Vagabond Expeditions for his Creative Exposure series of interviews with photographers and film-makers about creativity.
SHOOTING STAR IMAGES WITH THE FUJI X-T2
Here's my second attempt at cutting together a video...This is a quick film I made when I went to the west coast of Portugal and attempted to shoot the Milky Way with the new Fuji X-T2.
LISBON FROM THE AIR
This is just a very short film I cut together with drone footage (from the DJI Mavic Pro) when I was out shooting a street photography video for Fuji X Passion. This was just after I'd bought the drone and was still learning how to fly it and get the best out of the settings.
LIGHT ON THE CITY - TRAILER
A short trailer for a film on street photography on the streets of Lisbon. We spent a day shooting there from sunrise to sunset looking at techniques and practice for street shooting as well as exploring the atmospheric neighbourhoods of my home city, Lisbon
This is a trailer for an hour long film I made with Photography Passion about shooting waterscapes on the Portuguese coast. We spent a couple of days shooting at the edge of the sea looking at my field techniques and post processing for everything concerning shooting waterscapes.