Photography Masterclass Magazine Issue 95

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editor’s note

Welcome to this edition of Photography Masterclass Magazine Minimalist landscape photography can produce beautiful, ethereal images that evoke a sense of calm in a viewer. With a little bit of knowhow, you can get with stunning results. In this issue of Photography Masterclass Magazine, we're going to look at how to shoot minimalist landscapes and what you need to know to master this technique. Also in this issue - In our expert guide, you'll learn exactly how to use the focus & recompose technique for sharper photos. You'll discover 6 things you should be doing when editing photos, in a great post-processing video tutorial. We also bring you an in-depth interview with award winning Swiss landscape photographer, Simon Roppel, whose images manage to capture nature's solitude in a breathtakingly beautiful way. And don't miss…

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expert guide: understanding the focus & recompose technique

Getting sharp images is crucial to good photography. Digital cameras help you along with this by having an array of AF points, which represent the points at which the camera is capable of focusing. Modern DSLRs and CSCs have a vast number of AF points which you can use in various modes. Most pros will go for the Single Point mode, where you select one point to be in focus, which can be moved around the screen. Some cameras will also allow you to select a group of points at once, or use Face Detect to see if there are any faces in the image. Essentially there are a number of increasingly sophisticated AF modes on modern cameras. So, why would you need to use the focus and recompose technique? And what are the…

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video tutorial: back button focus you'll never go back

Back-button focus means pressing your shutter button no longer automatically autofocuses your camera. Instead, you control it with the AF-On button. It provides the best of manual focus, AF-S, and AF-C, without having to change modes on your camera. With newer mirrorless cameras, such as the Sony a7 III, a7R III, and a9, you can program separate buttons for standard autofocus and eye AF. That's perfect for portraits and sports, where sometimes you want to rapidly switch between those focusing modes. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chelsea and Tony Northrup are photographers based in Connecticut. They are the creators of the top-rated photography book, “Tony Northrup’s DSLR Book: How to Create Stunning Digital Photography” which features over nine hours of video training and free lifetime updates. To see more of their tutorials and photos you…

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masterclass how to shoot minimalist landscapes

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how to shoot minimalist landscape photography

In this article, I’m going to look at how to shoot minimalist landscapes and what you need to know to master this technique. But what is a minimalist landscape in photography terms? A true minimalist photograph should be clean, with very few colors and tones in the image and you should try to focus on only one object, if possible. When done correctly, minimalist landscapes can produce stunning results. But you do need the right equipment and right techniques. Read on, as I explain everything you’ll need to know! GEAR As well as your camera you’ll need the right lens to capture minimalist landscapes. For most situations, you’re going to need a decent wide-angle lens. Firstly, you’re shooting landscapes so you will want a lens that has a wider angle of view. And secondly, a wide-angle…