For me landscape photography doesn't occur in the camera. It happens in the heart, with a passion for the subject and a reconnection to our own experience of nature
Boone, NC (PRWEB) September 17, 2008
Many amateur photographers look at amazing landscape photography of Yosemite or some other gorgeous place and wonder what the photographer was thinking and how they can take similar stunning fall photographs. Now there's an important new free resource that has just become available.
William Neill, one of the world's top landscape photographers, reveals some of his most important secrets and techniques and answers seven of the biggest questions about landscape photography with podcast host Dr. Audri Lanford in this week's "7 Photography Questions" podcast interview.
William Neill's award-winning landscape photographs are available in such publications as National Geographic, Smithsonian, and Conde Nast Traveler - and exhibited at the Museum of Fine Art Boston and the Ansel Adams Gallery. "I got to spend time with Ansel Adams and learned a tremendous amount," recalls Neill. "For me landscape photography doesn't occur in the camera. It happens in the heart, with a passion for the subject and a reconnection to our own experience of nature," Neill explains.
This week's free "7 Photography Questions" podcast reveals:
- Surprising tips for creating creative photographs of vibrant autumn colors.
- Ideas for capturing the intimate details of large, expansive landscapes.
- The biggest landscape photography mistake made by amateurs.
- Creating a signature look with magical lighting and mysterious moods.
- Special exercises to quickly improve landscape photographs.
Towards the end of the interview, Neill also discusses several favorite photographs from his own personal portfolio and explains the ideas and techniques behind each one. It's easy to find the current podcast called " Landscape Photography - An Interview with William Neill" here.
Interviews with top photographers are posted to http://www.7PhotographyQuestions.com every Tuesday. Listeners can use any computer to hear the podcast at the http://www.7PhotographyQuestions.com website, or easily download it to any MP3 player, or subscribe at iTunes for iPods and iPhones. The text of the interviews are also posted to the website, as well as Show Notes, the photographs that are discussed, and all of the resources mentioned in each podcast. All of the current podcasts are available here. http://www.7photographyquestions.com/audio-podcast/
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