posted Wednesday, November 23, 2022 at 10:45 AM EST
Photographer Mads Peter Iversen not too long ago visited the picturesque Lake District in England. It is a fantastic place for panorama and nature pictures, and Iversen captured a various vary of fantastic photos. Within the hour-plus lengthy video beneath, Iversen breaks down many photographs, delivering tips about composition, lens choice, digicam settings, and rather more.
Iversen begins at a well-known picturesque stone bridge, Ashness Bridge, for some lengthy publicity pictures. It is a good instance of approaching a scene that’s regularly photographed. Simply because many different photographers have shot a scene does not imply you should not attempt to put your spin on it. Iversen used a polarizing filter on his Sony 16-35mm lens and shot at 16mm, F8 and ISO 100. With these settings, his shutter velocity was round 1/8 to 1/5s, which labored very nicely for the velocity of the stream. It may be tempting to make use of very gradual shutter speeds and get very easy water, however typically, it is higher to shoot at quicker speeds to retain among the water’s element.
Iversen’s subsequent shot goes from ultra-wide (16mm) to only over 300mm utilizing his Sony 100-400mm telephoto zoom lens. It highlights the significance of getting a various equipment for panorama pictures. Whereas conventional “panorama” lenses, like ultra-wide and wide-angle zoom lenses, are essential components of any nice panorama pictures equipment, there’s additionally a spot for longer telephoto lenses. Generally the perfect panorama picture is not the grand vista shot, however moderately a a lot smaller scene throughout the scene. A protracted lens is indispensable to make sure you get these photographs after they’re accessible.
When doing panorama pictures wherever, and maybe particularly in a spot just like the Lake District, you might be actually on the mercy of the climate. Fortunately for Iversen, he was handled to “excellent” early morning circumstances at Loughrigg Fell. It was a type of conditions when you may look nearly wherever within the scene and discover an attention-grabbing composition. Additional, with the fog and early morning mild, the scene was very dynamic, so new photographs have been commonly popping up.
There are such a lot of superb photographs and glorious pictures ideas jammed into Iversen’s new video. If you do not have the hour to look at the whole factor now, it’s best to bookmark it and are available again to it later. It is a tremendous look ahead to any panorama pictures fanatic.
To see extra from Mads Peter Iversen, go to his web site and comply with him on Instagram. You may as well atone for extra of his movies from the Lake District on his YouTube channel.
(By way of Mads Peter Iversen)