Series 1 - Episode 3: Landscape

Charlie Waite offers two students a photography masterclass in How To Take Stunning Pictures

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Shooting a stunning landscape should be easy, right? Just find somewhere beautiful, let nature do its thing, and point and shoot. But if it really was that simple, why do your pictures never come out like they appear in your mind's eye? Renowned landscape photographer Charlie Waite shares his secrets of how to get a stunning picture with a free-runner, and a plasterer who longs to escape city life for weekends in the wild. What perspective of the land will they see?

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  • C.H.

    over 2 years ago

    C.H.

    why are these programmes unavailable? I was looking forward to seeing some stunning photographs and loved the show.

  • Tim Holyoake

    over 2 years ago

    Tim Holyoake

    under exposing Can improve the saturation of colours. BUT the shadows will loose details. If the image is well exposed to begin with, you can tweak it f needed. But what the heck... buy the blooming filter and do it properly !!!

  • JB

    over 2 years ago

    JB

    i missed prog. 3 so would love on demand!!!

  • Dee Dannatt

    over 2 years ago

    Dee Dannatt

    what i wanted to know is....you know the black cut out card thing he used to check out the frame - well what size would the cut out bit be - is it the insert used when framing pics - thinking of getting one before going on hols to Maldives in Jan next year - also - getting a uv filter sounds like a good idea as i have a bridge camera

  • chris

    over 2 years ago

    chris

    Yes Please do re-run this excellent series!

  • Cordelia Noble

    over 2 years ago

    Cordelia Noble

    Yes Please put this series on demand. Do the producers look at these comments?

  • Jemimap

    over 2 years ago

    Jemimap

    Yes, PLEASE put on this series on demand 5

  • Terry

    over 2 years ago

    Terry

    ON demand would certainly help!

  • Lorraine

    over 2 years ago

    Lorraine

    Please................we need this on demand

  • christine

    over 2 years ago

    christine

    I agree! Please put this on demand.

  • Ron

    over 2 years ago

    Ron

    Put this on Demand PLEASE.

  • Debbie

    over 2 years ago

    Debbie

    Why is this series not available on 'demand'???

  • rod field

    over 2 years ago

    rod field

    OMG!!!....the Lumix advert plays then i get a message saying the video is unavailable!!!....on all the photography vids!!!

  • Tom

    3 years ago

    Tom

    What you can get with a gradual filter can be done easily with a photo editor later. On the other hand a UV and a polar filter cannot be replaced digitally -so I would have definitely used them.

  • Michael Cox

    3 years ago

    Michael Cox

    I think the filter in question would be a gradual neutral denisty filter. Not a polarising filter. The gradual ND filter is darker at the top and goes clear at the bottom. Thus reducing the exposure value of the sky. Polarising filters will darken a blue sky and saturate colours, also it will reduce refections in water and glass. Polarising filter also reduce the EV by 2 stops.

  • Malcolm

    over 3 years ago

    Malcolm

    Use of a filter should be considered very carefully, not least since it costs money. It is likely that the one suggested this episode is a polarising one, as this can be rotated to reduce glare and improve colour and contrast. A caveat is that a LINEAR polarising filter can sometimes confuse focussing of SLRs. A CIRCULAR polarising one has the same benefits and shouldn't cause problems focussing, but often costs more. Better advice would be to reduce the Exposure Value ('EV') of the camera. This forces the camera to make the picture darker than it would ordinarily when it takes the photo. This feature is common in digital cameras, as well as SLRs and bridge cameras.

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