Hey everyone! So so sorry it’s been so long since my last post, I’ve been busy finishing up this semester at school and settling into summer vacation before my summer classes begin in a few weeks.
This post is about exteriors or landscapes. I hesitate to call my exterior photos landscapes because I do more close up shots of nature (as you will see) rather than a typical “landscape” photograph where you see a large area in font of you.
There are lots of tips for taking photographs of the nature around you (a good book to invest in is “Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs of Places” by Henry Carroll) but the only tip I will pass on for now is be patient. Nature is constantly patient with us, so when working in nature I would suggest to be patient with it. Waiting for an animal to come out from their hiding spot or waiting for a storm to pass is the best advice I can give to you: just wait for the shot to present itself and then make your photograph. And as always, look for the light.
Living in the desert it’s pretty hard not to find something beautiful to take a photo of, but the heat does take a toll on wildlife and the beauty around you as you are out and about photographing. I hope you enjoy these photos! Let me know what you want to see next!