Do you love photographing trees? Do you find yourself wandering around a forest and feeling mesmerized by the beauty surrounding you?
Have you ever been a bit disappointed with your forest pictures?
Shooting in a forest is tricky. It offers challenges for any photographer – even experienced ones.
But don’t let that deter you, as there is no better moment in the world for a photographer than spending an entire day shooting in a forest.
So, let’s get you started down the right forest path (pun intended) with some fantastic tips on magical forest photography from Jo Plumridge.
Here are the topics in this guide:
- What gear will you need?
- When to shoot
- Creative techniques for improved forest photography
- A note on verticals.
Here are a few words from Jo:
“Wherever you live in the world, you’ll probably find that there’s woodland or a forest near to your house (or even just a small patch of trees!). Forests offer many photographic opportunities, but they’re not usually the first place people associate with landscape photography. Most people think that you need to go to an iconic location or find a landscape with wide-open spaces, but woodlands can offer opportunities for creative and unique images.”
You’ll find your select reserved copy right here!
Photo Credit: Jo Plumridge