Guaranteed Turn-Around-Time: A lifetime.
Time Commitment: Countless hours and enjoying every minute.
A huge tip to being a good landscape and adventure photographer is to never leave your camera behind. Opportunities for good photographs are everywhere and opportunities often times present when you least expect them. That is where it is a rewarding and valuable experience to take a moment, live in the present, and capture something special.
“…it is a rewarding and valuable experience to take a moment, live in the present, and capture something special.”
The day I got my DJI Mavic 2 Zoom was one of the happiest days of my life (not really but close).
Welcome to Sioux Falls, SD… we have a lot to take photos of despite not being well known for being a photogenic city! 😉
Photography just wouldn’t be the same without the opportunity to explore and allow the photographer to share the world as it looks through their lens. That is a saying that is so common across the photography industry and for a good reason. Every photographer sees things different even if they are standing in the same spot with the same equipment. That is what makes photography and photographers special and very few things show that off quite like landscape and adventure photography.
Some of my favorite spots to shoot have historically been in the Black Hills of South Dakota, on the Eastern edges of Sioux Falls in South Dakota, and while traveling to tropical locations – although the possibilities have literally been endless.
While traveling, I have found it to be very important to practice many different styles and technique such as long exposure, night photography, different editing techniques and styles, and varying angles. Practicing these different styles in landscaping and while on adventure have helped bring new ideas and inspirations to photography in other categories.
“Practicing these different styles in landscaping and while on adventure have helped bring new ideas and inspirations to photography in other categories.”