Shoot Landscapes Like A Pro

It’s not your average cup of tea!

Frank has been around for over 25 years.

Few photographers improved their images just by following these two fundamentals.

Including me!

In fact, you’ll be able to spot dozens of new opportunities you weren’t aware of before.

It’s that good!

http://sittard365.com/the-art-of-seeing

Anyway…

Best,

Libor Bednarik
Sittard’s best photographer

Watch Now! New Time Lapse Film Takes You Deep Into Sittard-Geleen History

For a quick sign up go here: http://sittard365.com/film-question/

What you’ve just watched is a short one minute trailer for my new time lapse film that highlights some of the best places in Sittard-Geleen and around Europe…. and what could easily be your gateway whenever you want to escape the pressure of your daily life.

In fact, this film could easily be your favorite thing you’ll watch this year.

And if that’s the case, there is a big chance you’ll share it with your friends.

I’m telling you… this project, when it’s completed, can be your motto for your future projects.

Heck, it can even change your life…

Who knows…

My friend is still talking about the first part I’ve successfully finished.

Well if nothing… at least it’s going to be fun to watch.

You want to join us and see it completed?

Here is where you go:

http://sittard365.com/film-question/

Best,

Libor “Sittard’s best photographer” Bednarik

The Stupidest Rule I’ve Ever Heard

Did you hear that?

Someone just mentioned that it takes 10 000 photos before you become any good.

What do you think?

True?

I think this is the biggest bull shit ever!

I don’t even know where the number came from because it doesn’t make any sense.

Does that mean you can only become good after you take 10 000 photos?

Looking back, some of my photos from early days are better than the photos I shot recently.

And that’s not becuase I got lazy or whatever. I think It’s because the light or perhaps the athmosphere was much better at the time.

As long as you know how to look for great light and know some basics about composition, you should come home with great images which you can then polish in Lightroom or Photoshop.

It’s that simple.

In fact, people who believe that the reason why they are not good is because they haven’t shot 10 000 photos yet, missing the boat… In fact they’re missing the whole harbour.

You can shoot million photos and still be making the same mistakes as you did when you shot the first one.

It’s not how many photos you take but how much you know…

If you follow some of the greatest, and you did what they do would minimaze your chances to come home empty handed or with photos that suck.

That’s what it is!

Follow the greatest…

Let their knowledge sink in…

And seriously, forget about me, because I have never shot 10 000 photos.

Frans Lanting would be great example to follow.

Look at his images and tell me that they suck and I tell you it wouldn’t matter if you took 10 photos or 10 million because you just don’t have an eye for photography.

Frans is brilliant…

He’s work is outstanding.

In fact, if you went through his training you know what I’m talking about.

He is an amazing story telling master and the exercises are spot on.

But anyway…

Forget about the 10 000 photos… Someone came up with it to bragg and put preasure on others.

Stupid…

Instead, learn from the best and forget the rest.

If I had to start from the beginning I would go for The Art Of Seeing crafted by Frans Lanting…

But hey… that’s my opinnion.

You may not like different hero.

Anyway…

Gotta go…

Best,

Libor Bednarik

 

There is more to it than you think

Few days ago I went to shoot new time lapse video on the Kollenberg but it was too windy so I end it up taking bunch of photos instead.

Which turned out to be a really good idea because I could quickly walk further and have another cloud formation flying accross the sky.

That’s how fast the clouds were approaching.

Anyway…

Today I had a little more time to sit down and actually edit few of those photographs.

One of them you can see above.

I could go on and on about what settings I’ve used and how I put this panorama together and so on, but I won’t do it now.

…and here is why.

I’m working on a mini 3 day course where I’m going to lay down the whole shooting and editing process…

And to get you even more excited about it, here is what will be in it.

– 3 biggest mistakes even pro photographers make while shooting landscape photographs

– The true behind shooting “RAW” and why is necessary preserve as much information as possible when shooting against the Sun.

– How to use this simple setting and achieve sharp images almost every time.

– Learn one of the best composition tricks that will instantly take your photos to the next level.

– The one and only filter that I use and why I wouldn’t change in a million years. (Yes… It’s that great!)

– The sneaky ways professional photographers use to make their images almost perfect right out of the camera.

– Avoid these deadly 4 mistakes before you even start shooting and get the exposure and white levels right 99% of the time.

– The only reason why you should spent more time on your subject and an easy way to think your images through.

– How a simple adjustment in your camera settings could be a difference between your shots being average or blow someone elses head off.

– How to use grid to your advantage.

– How to take dull looking photo and turn it into an image that your audience will love.

– The fastest known way to use this simple Lightroom trick that can help you process your images in seconds.

– Why shooting too many images can work against you and what to do about it.

– The only lens that made me truly happy and why I use it 95% of the time.

– A simple 5 minute exercise for stunning panorama images.

– Two biggest things you must know before you even decide to go for a photoshoot.

– Why most photographers miss out on great photos and what you can do instantly to make your images look 100 times better.

Pheew…

A lot is coming your way…

And that’s just a beginning because i’ll also dive into your questions and hopefully get most of them answered.

If you don’t want to miss it, then get on my notification list. Just click on the link below and sign up. I will then let you know when the guide is done.

http://sittard365.com/photo-mini-training/

Anyway…

All the best,

Libor Bednarik

 

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