Imagine the pleasure of capturing the natural beauty of a majestic landscape or natural corner, with your own photo camera and the pride of having such a photo on your wall or on the desk.
Here are some things to consider before attempting photographing nature.
DSLR cameras and lenses
There are so many photo cameras to choose from, but specialists recommend DSLR or digital DSLR, with wide-angle lenses, because they allow you to capture more elements in the field of view.
Having a tripod for your photo camera is mandatory when you photograph nature; it is the most important and most valuable photographic accessory for avoiding blur at long exposures (e.g. sunset, waterfalls etc.). Under these conditions, it provides a maximum depth of field and will prevent you from moving your camera and spoil the photography. Use the tripod in combination with a remote control if you want to photograph the night sky.
Photographic filters are useful for photographing in nature. The classic example is the UV filter that blocks ultra violet rays that can ruin a very good photo. Another extremely important filter is the polarization filter. With it, the natural colors will be more vivid, the sky will be bluer and there will be less water reflection.
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