Sometimes nature dishes up beauty in entirely unexpected and delicious ways – read more about how this image came to be over on the website…
Find out how our Mount Cook and South Island of New Zealand photos ended up in the carpark of a Hollywood Hotel this week!
check it out here: http://bit.ly/1bhVDlV
Cheers – Todd
We have recently launched a new website, after more than two years of planning, false starts, building and tweaking – it has been a somewhat painful experience at times, but we got there!
Anyway, part of this new website is our Blog. So far Sarah & I have been posting daily for over three weeks and I can’t see that easing up in a hurry – we have so many great new images to share along with a backlog of gear reviews to write, and heaps of New Zealand travel and photography advice to dispense!
So the terribly neglected Photo Autocracy will be segueing into a ‘blog about a blog’ – I will post links to our articles here and hopefully keep you all happy!
Head on over to read all about the making of today’s image – enjoy!
Cheers – Todd (and Sarah)
Sarah & I have been flat out working on last week’s launch of our landscape photography eBook – Living Landscapes, Your Guide to Stunning Landscape Photography in conjunction with Digital-Photography-School (dPS).
We wrote Living Landscapes as easy to read and accessible guide for aspiring landscape photographers – we even attempted to inject a little humour into the subject of photography (a world first, we believe).
We have been overwhelmed and humbled by the response to this book – with thousands of copies sold in the first week! Most importantly, readers seem to be loving it – heres what they are saying:
“I got this eBook first thing this morning and have spent the rest of the day reading, dreaming and then taking an impromptu short road trip into the mountains outside of the town where I live to practice my landscape photography. I can’t thank you enough for the motivation and teaching to improve my work!” – Brenda Mason
“I love this eBook. It is so cool to learn from people like Todd. I can’t wait to use what I have learned today by reading it. I have so many new ideas!” – Gavin Banyard
“I think it was worth buying the book just for the laughs, nice going! I like your approach of crafting first, it really makes sense to me. So besides landscapes, I am getting deeper into the camera and trying things out. Your shots are really inspirational – beautiful country, pity about your rugby team though…” – Colin Hancox (photographer and disgruntled Springboks supporter)
“Just did a quick read-through — so thorough and I love the projects. Can’t wait for a good long night of reading and practicing! Thanks from California. …….”- Amy Stephenson
Save 33% on Living landscapes while it is on launch promo – it is ready for immediate download over at Digital-Photography-School right now. Don’t dither though, this promo is for a very limited time.
If you have any queries feel free to contact us via the comments stream or over at our website enquiry page
Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/landscapes#ixzz2afqbrbE7
Crikey! It’s been a while…
I had actually forgotten that I have this blog, but I received some emails over the weekend that I have some new ‘followers’ (anyone who follows me is surely a misguided soul) so I thought I had better pony up some new content. The plan was, by now, to have migrated our blogging to our new website. The new website has now been in ‘development’ for so long that our developer fears that it is looking dated before it even launches!
This image is one of a series of images that I captured on a stunning morning at Moeraki. It has been selected as the cover shot for our upcoming instructional ebook Living Landscapes which goes on sale as of Thursday via Digital Photography School. Living Landscapes reveals all of our artistic tips and tricks along with the essential technical considerations behind making great images.
I will keep you posted as to the purchasing details once they come to hand.
cheers – Todd
I have been getting right into my Panoramic stitching recently – as we are finding more and more demand for large scale canvas prints of New Zealand scenics. This image was made on the Nikon D800e with the utterly superb 85mm f/1.4G (my new favourite landscape lens).
This image has a native resolution of 22,000 pixels and prints at about 2 metres without any up-rezzing – you can get an idea of the detail in the image by checking out the sample images in my Nikon 85mm f/1.4G outdoor photography review
Enjoy and feel free to share!
Cheers – Todd