Forest can be a magical place to capture wonderful photographs, but they can also be a very difficult place to shoot. Mist and random light throw up all sorts of difficult exposure situations for a photographer. We think these photographers pretty much nailed it though. Bright sunlight coming down through the trees combined with dark, unlit areas can create high contrast lighting that can be very difficult to expose for. You’ll need to be prepared when you trek into that forest with your camera.
First, make sure you bring a tripod. The light in a forest constantly changes, and sometimes it can be very dark. If you want to capture that depth of field – which can be helpful for giving the forest a sense of vastness – you will need to keep the aperture small. A tripod is almost a necessity for this type of photography.
Line is one of those compositional elements that can really make a photograph. That’s why it’s one of the six classic design elements – line can create emotion and a sense of depth. It can be the difference between a good photo and a great one.
That’s why a well-composed shot of a forest is almost always going to be a Great photo. There are lines everywhere in a forest, particularly vertical lines. Vertical lines convey as sense of power and strength. They can give your viewer a sense of spirituality, majesty, wonder and infinite height. If you’re looking for a subject that can convey emotion even without the presence of human beings, this is the one.Line is one of those compositional elements that can really make a photograph. That’s why it’s one of the six classic design elements – line can create emotion and a sense of depth. It can be the difference between a good photo and a great one.
Here are Most Beautiful Forest Photography by Nelleke Pieters, Netherlands-based photographer. he captures the beauty of the forest in a different way, elegant, soft and beautiful course.