Saturday, May 30, 2020

How Good is the DJI Mavic Pro 2 for Landscape Photography?

To be quite honest, it's been a while since I was really excited about drone photography. My first drone was the DJI Phantom 3 Professional which I loved but eventually replaced with the DJI Mavic Pro due to its smaller size and convenience of traveling with. The release of the DJI Mavic Air was an even better option and that became...

The Filter That Removes Light Pollution

Nisi Natural Night
Light pollution is a common problem amongst nightscape photographers. Either it's within a city or out in nature, it has the potential to make an image less appealing. Every now and then an image can benefit from the orange color cast but this is rarely the case. NiSi Filters recently announced their latest addition to their family; the Natural Night filter,...

MIOPS Mobile: A Useful Gadget for Photographers?

Miops Mobile Review
For the last few weeks, I've been testing the new Miops Mobile; a camera remote that connects to your phone. It's no secret that a remote shutter release is an important tool for landscape photographers who want razor sharp images. Unfortunately, as many have experienced, cabled releases tend to break quite easily. For that reason, wireless remotes have become popular alternatives....

NYA-EVO Fjord 60-C Backpack Review

NYA-EVO Fjord 60-C backpack review
Is there a perfect backpack for landscape photographers? That's a question I've asked myself for many years as I've gone through a variety of alternatives from different manufacturers. During this process, I've learned that there are great backpacks out there but there hasn't been any that's made me say 'this is it'.

NiSi Landscape NC CPL Review for Landscape Photographers

NiCI Landscape NC CPL Review
A Circular Polarizer is an essential filter for landscape photographers. Yet, it's often a filter which is less talked about, mainly due to the extreme visual effects achieved with a Neutral Density filter. While a Circular Polarizer (CPL) won't give you the same extreme visual effects (such as long exposure photography), it's a filter that will make a huge difference...

BenQ PD3200U Monitor Review

BenQ PD3200U Review
BenQ PD3200U: An Affordable Monitor for Photographers? There's no secret that a quality monitor is an important accessory for photographers. A sharp, calibrated monitor will make a huge difference in how your photography is viewed on other devices. For years the best alternatives for serious photographers have been monitors in the price range of $1500-$2000 or more but this is about...

Gear Review: Manfrotto XPRO Video Monopod Plus

XPRO Video Monopod Plus for Landscape Photography Those who have been following my articles know how highly I value a solid tripod for landscape photography. I consider tripods to be an essential equipment but what about those times you can't bring a tripod? Or you don't need to shoot exposures lasting minutes? A monopod might be exactly what you need. I know...

DJI Mavic: A Photographer’s Honest Opinion

DJI Mavic Review
My social media was full of photographers sharing their excitement when the DJI Mavic was announced. At the time, I was still using my DJI Phantom 3 Professional but I was seriously considering replacing it with the GoPro Karma. However, with the announcement of the Mavic, I decided to postpone the switch (which turned out to be a good...

Is This the Only Graduated ND Filter You Need?

NiSi Medium Graduated Filter Review
Graduated Neutral Density Filters have become one of my favorite accessories for landscape photography and it's something I always keep in my camera bag. The challenge with graduated filters, however, is that the transition often is too soft or too hard, making it difficult to find a proper use for them. If you're familiar with Graduated ND Filters you might...

My Favorite Gloves for Landscape Photography

vallerret photography gloves review
Keeping their hands warm is one of the biggest challenges photographers face during the winter months. Born and raised in Norway, I know how dangerous it can be if your hands begin to freeze but warm gloves are typically bulky and hard to use in combination with a camera. Here in Norway we often deal with temperatures down of -25°C...

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