Mythbusting! Dispelling the Worst Myths in Nature Photography

There is no shortage of myths in nature photography. In this session, David will break down various myths that can hamper your creativity if you fall into the trap of believing them. David will be showing you examples ranging from more in-depth topics of composition and aspect ratios to small technical details about hyperlocal distance, dpi, UV filters, etc. He will be discussing why new gear will not make you a better photographer and why post-processing does not need to be complicated. This presentation will be a grab-bag of golden nuggets that may change your mindset about many aspects of your photography.

• You can only photograph when the light is 'good' - FALSE

• You should never center your subject - FALSE

Photography level:

Beginner to intermediate

• You have to have a wide angle lens for landscape photography - FALSE

• Many more...

Upcoming conferences

Out of Grand Teton

June 16-20, 2024

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