Photos help you record and share what you’re seeing on your woodlot. But nature isn’t waiting around for you to photograph it, so bone up on these nature photography tips to get the most out of your land’s beauty.
Peak autumn color only lasts a few days each year. When your woodlot erupts in orange, yellow, and red, be ready to photograph this beautiful season.
Nature can move slowly, but with time lapse photos and videos, you can speed up the movements of clouds, sunsets, and blooming flowers to just a few seconds.
Light painting is night photography with a twist. It involves moving a light source like a flashlight or glowstick during a long-exposure photo to light up a dark subject or create dazzling designs.
One advantage to owning a woodlot is that you have a chance for really dark nights without city lights to interfere with the stars. Use that darkness to get beautiful “astrophotography” shots of the moon, stars, and Milky Way galaxy.
Winter landscape photography can be a challenge on you and your camera, so review this advice from the pros before you head out in the cold.