Nikon D850 captures beautiful windswept winter landscapes


posted Friday, December 15, 2017 at 12:30 PM EST


Winter has nearly arrived and late-autumn snowstorms have peppered many landscapes throughout North America with a lovely coat of snow. Photographer Adam Gibbs recently headed up Mt. Seymour in British Columbia, Canada, for winter landscape photography. It's a location he's visited multiple times and considers it "second to none" for landscape shooting opportunities in the winter. The tall, windswept trees and stunning vistas are truly top-notch.

Gibbs has been a professional photographer since the early 1990s and currently utilizes Nikon gear for his still photography. In fact, Gibbs has included the shooting data for all eight images featured in the video below. To see the information, click the YouTube logo in the video below to view the video on YouTube and access the video description. I can save you some clicking and tell you that the images were all shot with the new Nikon D850 camera and Nikon's 24-120mm f/4 zoom lens. The images run the gamut from 24mm all the way to 120mm and have apertures ranging from f/9 through f/16. Adam utilizes Breakthrough Photography filters in his work as well.

If you're interested in ordering prints of any of the images seen in the video, you can do so here. To see more of Adam Gibbs' work, visit his website and YouTube channel.

(Via Adam Gibbs)