Want to take better landscape images but don’t know how? Then make sure to get your hands on this amazing landscape training that Chris Burkard put together for CreativeLive. Worth every penny, even if you think you know it all. I guarantee you, you don’t. There some amazing insights that will make you realize few key techniques you can start using imediatelly. Anyway… For more details, follow the link.
Hey It’s Libor here…
There is a new documentary film called “Under An Artic Sky” from one of the best travel photographer Chris Burkard. He and his team came up with this amazing trailer which I think you should go watch it.
Chris has been my motivation for many years. He also helped me switch from Canon to Sony system which I’m very pleased with.
I was a proud owner of Canon 60D for many years, but on a trip to Tatra Mountains in Slovakia back in 2014, I wished I had something smaller and lighter.
So, I sold the body, the lenses and just about everything I had from Canon and bought Sony A6000 with few other lenses.
Now it is an old camera but back then I couldn’t believe how something so little can perform so well.
But the biggest factor for me was the size and the weight.
You probably heard the quote before…
“The best camera is the one that you have with you”
And that was exactly the case…
Something I used to hate with Canon. It woudn’t fit into my pocket. And as I have learned many times, the best photos happens when you least expected.
Why am I telling you this?
Because there are so many people who believe that the bigger camera they have the better. Or the more expensive the better. Or the latest the better, etc.
But the reality is that the baddest and the most expensive gear won’t make you great photographer.
Not in a million years.
It just won’t happen…
The only way you become good and then great at something is by practising every day.
And if you don’t carry your gear with you all the time, you’ll not only miss on great shots but also go against yourself.
In fact, recently when I was listening Chris Burkard talking about it in his outdoor experience on CreativeLive he did not long ago, I couldn’t agree more.
He shared great tips and was able to tap into mistakes I was making for years.
Valuable insights that is hard to find these days in a world where everyone is claiming to be an expert.
If you feel like it’s time to step up and learn from mistakes of great photgraphers who went through similar struggles you’re going through right now, and really understand how they approach certain situations, then this training that Chris put together is going to be the most important you’ve ever watched.
Here is where you get it…
All the best…