My lifelong quest for capturing nature's elusive or even unrecognized beauty has pushed me to embark on ever more challenging adventures
Boone, NC (PRWEB) August 26, 2008
Most amateur photographers have no idea how to take landscape photographs that are vibrant, engaging, and magnetically irresistible to the eye. Master photographer Jennifer Wu is now changing that by revealing her expert hints and personal landscape photography secrets in a new free interview and podcast hosted by Dr. Audri Lanford.
"My lifelong quest for capturing nature's elusive or even unrecognized beauty has pushed me to embark on ever more challenging adventures," Wu explains. "I often wait for the wind, clouds and light to all come together in a mystical way. These images share with you the story of the transitional world as a beautiful place -- often with magical moments when anything can happen."
During this week's free "7 Photography Questions" podcast, Wu will tell you how to make it happen, too, as you inject life into landscape photos and set yourself apart from the mundane crowd:
- Avoid the single biggest mistake most people make when taking landscape photographs.
- Pin down the precise exposure to capture a whole range of moods and emotions.
- Learn Wu's trick for using dull gray objects to capture splendid, colorful sunsets.
- Take photos at just the right time of day so that shadows add dramatic contrast and beauty.
- Employ two clever little-known techniques to sharpen your images.
Throughout the conversation Wu describes what kind of essential gear you need to make landscape photographs "pop" as she covers topics from timing to composition. Join in for free at as Jennifer Wu answers 7 key questions about landscape photography with simple, insightful solutions to inspire you to immediately grab your camera and get back outdoors.
Interviews with top photographers are posted to http://www.7PhotographyQuestions.com every Tuesday. Listeners can use any computer to hear the podcast at the 7PhotographyQuestions.com Web site, or easily download it to any MP3 player, or subscribe at iTunes for iPods and iPhones. Interview transcripts are also posted to the Web site, as well as Show Notes, the photographs that are discussed, and all of the resources mentioned in each podcast. You can find all the current podcasts here: http://www.7photographyquestions.com/audio-podcast/