(This is the second in a series of posts I’m writing about shooting with Fuji cameras.) While most of us might not think of a compact camera with a fixed lens as a first choice for landscape photography, the Fuji X100T is a very capable landscape shooter none the less. To those who think a […]
NOTE: This post will also appear on my new site WESHOOTFUJI.COM I am writing a series of posts about a recent trip to Monument Valley. A long-time client asked me to go out and do some one-on-one shooting with him. I hadn’t been there in 15 years so I jumped at the chance. The […]
Everything in an image is important. Everything.
So, even if you have this beautiful band of color in the middle, everything matters all the way to the edges.
Editors Note: You can catch Bill Fortney at this year’s Photoshop World in Las Vegas. Bill Fortney is one of America’s premier photographers specializing in Landscape, close-up, nature, Americana, and travel. In his 44 year career, Bill has been a High School teacher and football coach, AP rep, Medical photographer, and Marketing Public Relations person. […]
He may be a best-selling book author, podcast host and world renown photography instructor, but don’t let his devilish good looks fool you. He’s a 1st degree black belt equipped with the Lightroom and Taekwondo skills to throw down any artist. In our latest podcast, I had the privilege of chatting with Matt about his […]
I did a post called – Looking Back – My 12 Favorite Bird Photographs From The Last Decade. It seemed to resonate and some of you asked to see different kinds of shots. It’s been a while since I put much effort into landscape photography so I went back further. Here are my 12 favorite landscape […]
I have done a fair amount of landscape photography. I’ve been from one end of the country to the other and seen many glorious sites worth photographing. These five places however stand out as can’t miss locations…and they’re all located in Washington state. I’ve never been completely shut out at any of these (provided I […]