How do you make good landscape images when you are not feeling inspired?
posted Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 8:00 AM EDT
Landscape photography often demands a lot from photographers. You typically have to wake up early and get to a location before sunrise and at that point you hope for the best. If you're lucky, there are a few minutes of really nice light for you to capture gorgeous vistas.
Photographer Adam Karnacz traveled to Blea Tarn in the Lake District in England to capture sunrise and explore the scenic region. In the landscape vlog below, Karnacz discusses the challenges of dealing with underwhelming conditions or simply being burnt out. How do you make good images when you are not feeling up to it?
(Seen via First Man Photography)