Epic landscape photography road trip – part 3




Love landscape photography? Practical Photography’s Tim Berry and Louise Carey have 100 hours to visit and photograph Britain’s five most iconic landscape locations. In part 3, our intrepid duo head to Rydal Water in the Lake District to photograph time-lapse landscapes with a sense of movement using a slider and panning head.

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  1. There must be happy medium between this device (which is expensive, for me at least) and an egg timer from IKEA which will support a compact camera but not a DSLR!

  2. Hi both, thanks for that interesting video!I know that setting up a time laps is always a lot things you have to take care about on either the technical device(s) like to check the batterie, get the cable plugged etc., etc., which you have described perfectly. Unfortunately, I have missed the setup you did on your camera. Can I ask you to tell what settings you put to your camera to get the foreground and background sharp?

  3. Interesting and enjoyable, although I've no immediate plans to invest in time lapse panning equipment etc. I look forward to Rannoch as it's there I did my first, rookie, landscape shots. The place is so good that even I, total beginner as I then was, came away with some decent pictures.

  4. Unlike the last two vlogs, this one was bang on the money. Really enjoyed the info about the equipment you used & how to use it. Great location. Looking forward to the next vlog in England, erm, United Kingdom! I'm not sure, but I think its called Scotland?

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