Nikon D850 and pair of zoom lenses capture moody images of a beautiful British Columbian forest
posted Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at 1:30 PM EST
Photographer Adam Gibbs headed into the British Columbian woodlands to chase some light. Golden Ears Provincial Park, to be more specific. Golden Ears is a second growth forest, which means that it has been regrown following a timber harvest. This affords the area a certain patterned appearance and features many trees of similar size. This can be a very neat look and is great for photography.
Armed with his Nikon D850 and a pair of zoom lenses, the Nikon 24-120mm f/4 and 70-200mm f/4, Gibbs captured some very moody nature shots. The ethereal images can be purchased here if you're interested. For the full details on each shot, you can check out the info on Adam's YouTube video which is seen below.
The forest scenes are simply stunning and almost look out of this world, so be sure to watch the video below in the highest quality your computer allows.
(Via Adam Gibbs)