You are in a scenic location, sun setting, the light golden. What to shoot? In this video, landscape photographer, Adam Barker, gives you some ideas at a mountain lake.
Adam finds that the shoreline grasses intersect the reflection of the trees. He uses a warming polarizing filter and photographs the golden grasses near the lake. Shooting in deep aperture, he retains definition in the background trees. For variety, he shoots in both horizontal and vertical formats, and then captures the reflected grasses in close-up. He recommends always trying different angles to take advantage of the fading light.
Join pro shooter, Adam Barker, for tips on photographing grasses in late light.
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