Landscape Blogs I Follow

This weeks image was captured at Nudgee Beach, Qld. Another location I had not shot at previously but had seen some great reflection and mangrove pattern shots on flickr. Sunrise wasn’t anything spectacular however with the use of my Tiffen HT Circular Polarising Filter I could emphasize the reflections.

14/52 - Nudgee Beach

I have had a few questions from readers about what websites I follow. So this week here are a selection of blogs I keep an eye on and may interest you. – Brents site has taught me so much about seascape and night photography over the past 2 years. He is a very enthusiastic Sydney based photographer that goes above and beyond with some great on location videos and processing videos. I have picked up many of my current photoshop techniques from his tutorials. Brent also plays around with portrait work so its a great mix of content. – I have only just started to follow Leannes blog but its been a great read so far. She has a way of making you feel involved in the capturing of her images with great stories from the field. – Mark is a fire art photographer based in the UK. His blog has a wealth of information. Much like my site Mark wants to share his tips, tricks and experiences to inspire others to go out and shoot. Another great feature of the site are the Location Guides. Whether you are planning a trip to the UK or a local, his guides will give you directions to key locations and monuments. – Michael is a nature and landscape photographer based near the famous Yosemite National Park since 1983. He has some amazing images of the area and has also written 2 books, The Photographer’s Guide to Yosemite, and Digital Landscape Photography. His blog gives some great tips on issues like selecting focus and selecting the correct metering mode for your images.

Other blogs I follow that aren’t specifically landscape oriented.