18 thoughts on “Landscape Photography Equipment

  • May 18, 2019 at 10:26
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    Thank you for the nice video Stu. Very useful because I tend to take much "just in case" equipment.
    I want to buy a carbon fibre tripod to mount a 150 mm-1600 mm Sigma lens and a 5D MK III. Please can you recommend a suitable tripod? Best wishes

  • May 18, 2019 at 10:26
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    Excellent summary of landscape gear, sir! A question if I may…Do you find that either your round or gel filters negatively impact image sharpness at all? (I'm also a landscape shooter, and when I want/need optimum sharpness, I remove any B+W filters, "just in case".) Thanks again!

  • May 18, 2019 at 10:26
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    I didn't hear you mention about taking the eyepiece cover off the original strap for when you use your ND filters, nor did I see a speedlight for foreground. But certainly a good starting point although I'm not sure about using pens in the field. It would work out far too expensive or too much light missed if I tried it. I always leave home with them clean and handle them with a lens cloth, which I always carry at least half a dozen, so then I can wipe any splashes off as well.

  • May 18, 2019 at 10:26
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    Hey! Thanks for the video, I have a question: What type of Manfrotto Ball Head are you using? 494RC2 or 496RC2?

  • May 18, 2019 at 10:26
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    I'm just in the decision stage of wether or not to buy this bag as i need more room for my ever growing kit, think you have just made my mind up with this excellent video, cheers

  • May 18, 2019 at 10:26
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    Thanks for your great video. It's nice to see how other people does things.
    I also want to buy a ND filter for landscapes and to create blurry water.
    Unfortunatelly good stuff is so expensive. You said you have a 10 stop B+W screw on, but also the hitech filters. Which type would you advise and how many stops ND filter should I look at to start with? Thanks

  • May 18, 2019 at 10:26
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    Thanks for your comments TheShaxson. I will add settings in my future videos, as requested. But for this video, in order of appearance, the settings for the images are as follows:

    1. Monbazillac Chateau 97mm, f/16, 1.6 seconds, ISO100
    2. Chesterton Windmill 17mm, f/22, ISO 100, 3 images processed as HDR in HDR Efex Pro 2
    3. Pyrenees 300mm, f/16, 1/200 sec, ISO 100
    4. Toulouse Capitolium 15mm fisheye, f/11, 15 seconds, ISO100

  • May 18, 2019 at 10:26
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    One quick thing, when showing photos, please may you add the actually settings you used when taking that photo.

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