Entries by Matt Meisenheimer

Essential Filters for Landscape Photography

There are a lot of filters out there today so the question begs – which ones do you actually need for landscapes? Our guide Matt Meisenheimer covers the best filters for landscape photography. Matt also talks about a key filter accessory that will save you money. Matt recommends filters from Breakthrough Photography, as they use […]

The Majestic Redwoods | Landscape Photography

The Redwoods are the giants of the forest. They are the tallest trees on Earth, with some growing beyond 350 feet and reaching ages of 2,000+ years. Each May, we visit the Redwoods during our Coastal Oregon & California’s Redwoods workshop. The timing for the workshop is carefully planned around the possible Rhododendron bloom, which […]

New Trip: Southern Cypress Swamps

Fall is undoubtedly one of the best times of year for photography. Each fall season, photographers flock to the mountains of the west, to the deciduous forests of the northeast, and even to the desert southwest in search of epic color and light. What if we told you, though, that one of the best kept […]

The Anchor Method

Composition is such an important aspect of landscape photography. It makes or breaks an image – a great composition will surely make an image stand out. Understanding and creating effective compositions can be hard, it can be a struggle, it can make you go crazy… But, It doesn’t have to be that way! In this […]

New Nikon Z Lenses: 105mm f/2.8 & 50mm f/2.8

After a long period of no new releases from Nikon, we finally have some new Z lenses slated for release. Nikon recently announced the release of two macro (Nikon calls them ‘micro) lenses – the NIKKOR Z MC 105mm f/2.8 VR S and NIKKOR Z MC 50mm f/2.8. Both lenses will be available July 2021. […]

Tips for Photographing Seascapes

Seascapes and ocean scenes are some of my favorite landscapes to photograph. They are also some of the most challenging scenes to approach – from a technical and creative standpoint. Kenton and I are preparing to head out for two weeks of workshops in the Pacific Northwest (Olympic National Park and Coastal Oregon & California’s […]