Video Rating: four / five
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£3,495 for a camera,hmmmmmmmm guess i’d be better getting 2 just in case i
Award winning landscape photographer +Antony Spencer travels the world to
capture amazing images. Antony is partial to the Arctic region and northern
Scandinavia, capturing stunning Northern Light images and Ice scapes. He is
also known to go storm chasing in Tornado Alley in the US.
We visited Antony when he was back in the UK for a short while and we
picked his brain for tips, tricks and techniques for capturing stunning
#IQ260 #PhaseOne #Nothernlight
How exactly did he did the landscape of the water moving while the flowers
This was more of a “does everyone like my toy” video. Suggesting people to
go out and purchase the best equipment they can is a little obvious.
Further, pointing to a $25,000 camera as a good starting point is a little
asinine and, out of reach for most people.
oooh, a phase one. Only £14000. I do wish you guys would ‘tip’ with a
camera amateurs use rather than a very expensive camera which is out of
budget for most people. To say the old photos you took with a regular dslr
weren’t up to snuff, doesn’t exactly fill your amateur viewers with
Good tips but I’d rather you’d share your tips with equipment most of us
use. Unless you’ve got a spare phase one, blimey! tut.
This guy is living the dream
Setting a mirror lock up on Phase One is easy, and yeah, on other cameras
it takes enormous effort:)
Sorry Phase One, Nikon D 800 pretty much killed your Rolls – Royce priced
In spite of his young age, Antony Spencer is already an award winning and
well-respected landscape photographer. Based out of Dorset UK, Antony often
travels to Scandinavia to capture amazing photos of the Aurora Borealis or
goes storm chasing in Tornado Alley in the USA.
So does anyone want give me £10,000 + for a Phase One setup?
Fine if you have a rich dad to help and sponsership and advice from Joe
Cornish A very fortunate person unlike the rest of us….
this is great!
10 inspiring tips from landscape photographer, and friend of Teamwork,
Brilliant tips! Thank you!
does anyone know what filter system he is using?
Landscapes were what first attracted me to photography, and this video
contains some great tips. I think I’m going to have to put some of these
into action this year.
Why not just secure the strap?
Some good tips here. Take the advice about investing in equipment with a
grain of salt, this is sponsored by an equipment maker. Yes, your files
will be smaller, but your images also suck when you start. Using a Rebel to
learn is better than waiting a decade until you can afford a Phase One.
Also, think about what you want to shoot. For landscapes or portraits, a
medium format is great. For sports and wildlife, not so much.
Capture 13 Stops of light? Where did you get that from? DxO Mark? That
is engineering stops (SNR of 1:1). In real life, you will not use the
bottom 2 or 3 stops because there is too much noise. So real
“photographers stops” is about 10 or 11 stops.
Landscape Photography Tips.
As a student of phonology, I LOLed at 7:35 XD
W-O-W!!! Great tips! A master class in 8 minutes.