Photographing Ancient Woodlands

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In this premium video, Outdoor Photography Guideā€™s Tom Peters takes you to an ancient English woodlands for tips on shooting forest scenes. He advises to look for something with shape, texture and color that stands out from the foliage.

For instance, Tom shoots closeups of a silver birch with its white peeling bark and green moss. As he searches for photo ops, he concentrates on smaller scenes.

Tom zones in on offbeat shapes and finds an old moss-covered tree, sunlight illuminating the gnarled branches. Next, he finds a fallen tree, its dead branches creating unusual shapes and mossy textures.

Take a hike off the main path with pro photographer, Tom Peters, and learn how to create unusual images in ancient woodlands.

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