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Top 10 Landscape Photography Locations In Australia & Nz

May 27th, 2017 - By One Stop Photo Workshops | Landscape Photography Locations

Landscape Photography revolves around the effort passionate photographers make in order to capture and showcase the vast beauty of nature with their cameras. Due to the stillness landscapes have, they were the first photography related subject in the early time of photography, where sensitive materials were pretty slow in comparison to what we have nowadays. Landscape photographs typically capture the presence of nature where little or even nonexistent human traces can be spotted on the images. Nevertheless, sometimes, landscape photography could also focus on man-made features or disturbances of landscapes.   Without further ado, here are 10 breathtaking places you can’t miss if you love exploring Australia with a Camera:   1. Blue Mountains Not just an Australian treasure but a world jewel as well. The Blue Mountains could be the perfect spot for any landscape photographer. Filled with cinematic panoramas and stunning natural beauty, this is a nature wonder [...]

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Documentation Photography

May 13th, 2017 - By One Stop Photo Workshops | Documentation Photography

  Photography allows us to do bigger things than just the images that we can see. Photography helps humanity without any doubt to document an area’s landscape, people, cultures, customs and history through different photography niches. Styles of photography may require certain specific assets that will vary from lenses to even having the vast amount of time for waiting for the perfect light to fall over a valley.   About Landscape Photography   This is a pretty popular genre in photography, and it requires generous amounts of available time as well as patience beyond gear and technique. Landscape Photography focus on capturing nature and places in the world. Sometimes we can see vast and endless venues, and sometimes just small areas of them. The decision behind scale and proportion is a matter of style and inner voice. Landscape photographs typically capture the presence of nature but can also focus on [...]

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Traveling Photography Best Practices, No Matter Your Style

May 7th, 2017 - By One Stop Photo Workshops | Travel Photography

  Travel and Photography, what a beautiful blend of guilty pleasures. Frankly I get an eerie feeling when I hear photographers saying that they are exclusively “travel photographers”. The reason why this triggers uneasy feelings in my mind, is because I find this statement as a little bit too pretentious for my taste. It is like saying “I only take pictures when I’m on travel”, and unless these photographers have the resources for doing so, they’ll be limiting themselves to practicing and enjoying photography as a whole. As a Social Photographer, I approach my local hometown the same way I approach serendipitous encounters when traveling.   For me travelling is an amazing opportunity for getting close to foreign cultures, and thanks to them, one eventually gets an invaluable experience of life. If you love to travel and you also share love for photography, you have an extremely beautiful thing waiting [...]

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A Good Companion In Life

April 30th, 2017 - By One Stop Photo Workshops | Generic

  Photography is a beautiful hobby to be a good companion in life no matter in what stage of it you are currently in. As in all disciplines, is very important to have a great guide to introduce you to it. Here at One Stop Photo Workshops we offer One-to-One trainings so you can learn and enhance your current abilities in Photography. This Workshops are crafted for people that are after a more fulfilling and long-lasting experience through our extensive choices of Workshop tours throughout some of Australia’s and New Zealand’s most amazing locations. We believe that every person has the ability of becoming a great Photographer if they are given the correct guidance and instructions to become so. When referring to Photography, many people are very interested in learning how to use a Digital Single Lens Reflex camera; best known as DSLR cameras. This powerful tools are one of [...]

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Capture sharper landscapes (part 2)

February 17th, 2014 - By One Stop Photo Workshops | Landscape Photography Tips

by Bob Simpson (One Stop Photo Workshops tutor for the Sunshine Coast)   Nail the focus Accurate focusing is fundamental to achieving sharp images….no surprises there! A common selling-point for new camera models is the promise of better and faster auto-focus, with more AF sensor points, new focus-tracking modes, and improved AF performance in low light. As clever as these advancements are, and as useful as they are in certain scenarios, for most landscape photography I’d recommend turning off the AF functions and learning how to manually focus your lenses. The thing with landscape photography is that we often want to keep the whole image, from close foreground to distant horizon, in sharp focus. So rather than focusing on any particular object in the scene, the aim is to maximise the depth of field so that all objects in the scene appear sharp. An old rule of thumb to achieve [...]

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