LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY DURING THE PANDEMIC:

brown and green grass field during sunset

It is true: the Covid19 situation has made photography a little more challenging to go and get good photos. BUT, it shouldn’t have to. If you are a landscape photographer, this pandemic should not get in your way.

I found this video from a professional photographer that talks about taking photos during this pandemic. Very interesting, and please check it out:

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If you’re seriously into landscape photography, you probably dedicate a good number of days solely to photography trips. Traveling is a pivotal part of landscape photography. But with the pandemic ruining travel for everyone, borders and travel systems have been shut down. So how do landscape photographers keep going? Photographer Thomas Heaton shares his ideas on how you can indulge in your favorite hobby in a safe way while being respectful of the law:

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Landscape and travel photographers tend to value locations that are farther afield. But when you cannot trek out to distant exotic locations, you only have one choice: explore your own region and search for hidden gems.

Another advantage of shooting locally is that you’re less likely to encounter many others, since they’re probably lesser-appreciated areas. You can have the place all to yourself and not bother with tourists interrupting your shot. Also, at the end of the day, you can go back to your own home and sleep in your own bed. What a joy!

If you haven’t had the opportunity to explore the beauty around you, this could be the right time to try it. However, if you do plan on going out, make sure that you abide by local regulations—wear a mask and social distance when necessary. After all, safety comes first.

Now that you know you can still take some good photos during the pandemic, here’s some amazing photos I found on Pexels.com that show that you can take great pictures now.

brown pelican with colorful beak standing on stone on sandy shore
Photo by Julia Volk on Pexels.com
village among garden and lake by rock
Photo by Evgenia Basyrova on Pexels.com
seaside
Photo by Fabian Wiktor on Pexels.com
brown and green grass field during sunset
Photo by Jonathan Petersson on Pexels.com

Published by 123photogo

I have been a photographer for many years. Worked in retail selling cameras and accessories for over 20 years. Taught many photo classes, and have even been a judge in several county fairs. Now, I want to share photo instructions and entertainment with all other photographers around the world.

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