For Lizette’s third photography lesson I decided that a field trip will be the practical thing to do. I took her to Melkbos, Blaauwberg, Table View and on our way back we stopped on the Vissershok Road and at Clara Anna Fontein.
At Melkbos Lizette had to take some landscape photo’s using her tripod and her 18-55mm lens. She had to move around and capture the area from different spots. She also had to play with her ISO and her Aperture Priority. She had to make sure that the photo are in focus and also at the right exposure. To get this right she had to play with her ISO and F-Stop settings.
Here are some of my photo’s taken at Melkbos also using my Takara Tripod, My Canon EOS 7D and my Canon 18-200mm lens.
It was freezing cold and we moved on to our next destination Blaauwberg. Here I borrowed Lizette my Sigma 70-300mm. She was in love with the lens. The main reason I think is because she could zoom in. Again she had to use her tripod and also do some free hand shots of birds in flight. We also had to test our patience to get some nice splashes against the rocks.
Here are a few of my photo’s taken at Blaauwberg.
After our shoot at Blaauwberg we went to Table View were we had a light lunch and the I went and took some photo’s of the ship wreck. I’ll post a series of the ship wreck over the years one of these days.
We then went home via Vissershok Road.
Our last stop before heading home was at the fence of Clara Anna Fontein a Private Game farm not far from us.
9 thoughts on “Photography Lesson 3: Landscape Photography”
Such a stunning collection. Especially the ones of the sea .
Thank you Colline
These are gorgeous!! Thanks!
Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. 🙂 Hope you enjoy your stay here.
Definitely, was a real pleasure. 🙂
Thank you Brenda
You are such a beautiful photographer, your photographs fascinated me. I enjoyed to have a visit like traveling through them. Thank you, and also Thanks for visiting my blog too. With my love, nia
Hi Nia, Thank you for stopping by. Glad you like my work. Hold on to your hat because in the future you will be traveling allot. I am going away for a week and I am going to bring home thousands of photo’s I just know it…..
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