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  • 11 дек. 2019 г.

  • In this video I give lots of landscape photography tips, tricks and advice by showing you not my best images, but my worst ones. Many photographers will showcase their best work and explain all the things they did right to get the shot, but today I am going to show all things I did wrong. This can be just as helpful when learning landscape photography. 10% off your first Squarespace website or domain: https://www.squarespace.com/heaton My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heatonthomas/ My Website: https://www.thomasheaton.co.uk My E-Book: http://geni.us/onlocation My T-Shirts: thomasheaton.co.uk/shop/t-shirts/ Some kit used/seen in this video. These are affiliate links. Fujifilm XT3 Camera: https://geni.us/xt-3 My Fuji XT3 L Bracket: https://geni.us/fuji-lbracket My GoPro Wind Slayer: https://geni.us/gopro-wind My Small LowePro Bag: https://geni.us/vlog-bag My Lightweight Travel Tripod: https://geni.us/BenroSlim My full kit list blog: http://bit.ly/tomsgear #Photography #TopTips


  • The New Travel
    The New Travel 8 месяцев назад

    Tip for viewers: pause video just before Thomas explains what's wrong with the image, and guess what he's going to say

  • James Williamson
    James Williamson 9 месяцев назад

    This concept of showing a bad image, explaining why it's bad, and then showing a similar image that doesn't have those flaws is *fantastic*. Learnt a lot - thank you!

  • Quikee
    Quikee 9 месяцев назад

    My notes from this video:

  • Kyle Stinson
    Kyle Stinson 9 месяцев назад

    I would be interested in a Negative Space vs Empty space video as your mentioned you could do an entire video talking about it. That is something that I know I struggle with personally.

  • A B
    A B 9 месяцев назад (изменено)

    Spot on Thomas, as photographers we can all "pat ourselves on the back" when we take good images, but everyone else isn't looking at the images throught your eyes. I always learn more when things don't go to plan, and that's what motivates me.

  • Fosterbrentc
    Fosterbrentc 9 месяцев назад

    Do more videos of this type. I learned a lot.

  • Thom
    Thom 8 месяцев назад

    Possibly the most useful photography video I've ever watched. As a decidedly amateur photographer it's easy to fall into the "why can't I get my photographs to look like those" trap, mistakenly thinking that those great photographs just happened without possibly hours of work before the shutter is clicked. But seeing "bad ones," and a detailed analysis of WHY they didn't work, is a whole different level of usefulness. Thank you for putting your less-that-stellar work on display and critiquing it so thoroughly. This is a real service.

  • Robin Hodgkinson
    Robin Hodgkinson 8 месяцев назад (изменено)

    As pro photographer of 30+ years I'll share with your viewers a couple of tips... : ) When you shoot an image one of the most important considerations is that the final image resides within a frame, unlike what you see when you look at the scene with your eyes - ie when you are really there. And the relationship of the frame to the contents of the image is a crucial and often overlooked factor that makes or breaks a good shot! Composition is not just about how the elements of the photo relate to each other but also how they relate to the frame of the image and that frame might not always be the one you see through your camera.

  • Bagana
    Bagana 9 месяцев назад

    Explaining why something is bad is always an effective way to teach. After all, beginners spend most of their time with their disastrous works, not knowing what to do. Thanks for the excellent video, you have a new subscriber.

  • Mark Attardo
    Mark Attardo 9 месяцев назад

    I've taken the odd image like the first one and told myself it might be good for uploading to a stock site. That never happens, then I tell myself it could be good to try to learn how to create composites. That hasn't happened yet either😂

  • J R
    J R 9 месяцев назад

    That feel when you're such a bad photographer that even his rejected images are ones you would be very, very happy with.

  • Tony Greenwood
    Tony Greenwood 9 месяцев назад

    At last!! Some of my photographs are just like Thomas Heaton's!!

  • Zach Hanford
    Zach Hanford 9 месяцев назад

    This reminds me a lot of the Magnum Contact Sheets book. We're so used to seeing the famous "hero shots" of great moments in history that we lose sight of all of the failed images that surrounded it. I don't do landscape photography, but as a portrait/wedding photographer I can definitely attest to how strong tunnel vision can be. I've spent a lot of time with the clone stamp tool as a result of my own mistakes.

  • Ritamaya Chattakhandi
    Ritamaya Chattakhandi 9 месяцев назад

    Just from the chair, this so much looks like Granpa Heaton's Fireside Photography Stories.

  • Tomi Stenqvist
    Tomi Stenqvist 9 месяцев назад

    That chair is the most British thing I’ve seen on this channel haha

  • Big Beard
    Big Beard 9 месяцев назад

    Good content, lousy images: a winning recipe for intelligent discussion. Cheers, Thomas, much appreciated!

  • Michael Andrew Imagery
    Michael Andrew Imagery 8 месяцев назад

    While you have some valid points, IMO, you're too hard on yourself. We are all our own worse critics.

  • Jean-Claude Ben
    Jean-Claude Ben 9 месяцев назад

    Now i understand why you try to lighten your camera equipment, a chainsaw will sure add weight to your backpack.

  • Lynne Luxon-Jones
    Lynne Luxon-Jones 9 месяцев назад

    Interesting vid Tom, really good to see that very occasionally you make poor images...🙄 informative talk through the "whys" ...hugely helpful to breakdown an image in that way.

  • Wayne Upchurch
    Wayne Upchurch 1 день назад

    yes.. your first "rubbish" example reminds me of the advice of an old news photographer cohort's... ah.. suggestion. "Nah... it needs a clock. No one's gonna hang it on his wall unless there's a clock."