Peter Lik : How to Take Images Like Him
Need TO TAKE PHOTOS LIKE PETER LIK?
With regards to scene photography, nobody has it very as sorted out as Peter Lik. From gear, to area determination, organization, after creation, deals and advertising, Peter Lik is the finished bundle. The main scene picture taker on the planet with committed exhibitions and deals in the large numbers of dollars.
All things considered, not every person can be number one, but rather by strolling in the strides of Peter it's feasible to glean some significant experience, and have a few extraordinary chances en route. As in land, area, area, area, is crucial to taking incredible photographs. In a perfect world you need a solid point of convergence, an appealing foundation, and dynamic lighting to make an incredible shot, however there are definitely not that many puts on earth that offer every one of the three of these simultaneously. Some of them are surely understand, others less along these lines, think about this shot:
It's taken at an exceptionally distant area, which is both uplifting news and awful news. Great since it is liberated from the groups that such countless different spots are plagued by, terrible in light of the fact that its a lengthy drive from anyplace. When there, there are various factors to manage: the tide, the sun position, the mists, the breeze, all change from one day to another and season. It's critical to stay adaptable and take what nature offers with appreciation. For a couple of days every year, the sun fixes in that far off opening in the stone. I will be getting back to this area to record the occasion. Reach me assuming that you might want to accompany.
The area for Peter Lik's Sacred Sunrise offers an alternate test. A few of them as a matter of fact. As a matter of first importance, it is a famous spot. Any time from a distance during traveler season you will be unable to try and see the dawn through this curve substantially less photo it.
Showing up not long before the day break and the scene resembles sardines with mounts. To try and have a desire for "having the chance" you really want to show up hours before dawn, climb to the area with a headlamp, and make the shot in haziness. As you can see my arrangement is somewhat not the same as Peter Lik's, standing a couple of feet further to one side. Why not make a change? Move more than a couple of steps and copy the expert?
Regardless of whether you figure out how to get the top notch spot, there are specialized difficulties. Though Peter Lik utilizes a Seitz 160 Megapixel Panoramic camera that costs $40,000, odds are you don't. Indeed, even with a super-wide point focal point like Canon's EF 16-35mm f/2.8L, you can not see the whole curve, way off the mark, and support up further isn't a choice due to the group. So you'll either require a fisheye focal point, or take different openings from left to right to line into a scene later.
In any case, the test doesn't end there. Shooting straightforwardly into the sun makes openness issues, so to see both the dawn behind the scenes and the curve in the closer view, either organized openings or HDR will be required. To get my photograph of this area took 6 separate openings generally sewed into one utilizing Adobe Lightroom. What number of other's had the option to imitate this shot? Very few. There is one more spot to stand that yields an exceptionally alluring photograph, yet I will not uncover that here. Reach me for more detail on this spot.
One more extremely well known spot close to Jackson, Wyoming. Consistently you'll find a multitude of photographic artists generally clustered up on the couple square feet from where Peter Lik made his effort of this notorious Mormon animal dwellingplace in the shadows of the Grand Tetons. In any case, the light is different consistently, so rather than essentially replicating Lik, I followed the light and shade to what exactly looked best. Feel are emotional, however all things considered, my shot looks better! Not something simple to one-up Peter Lik by any means.